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Old 07-08-2009, 06:28 PM   #1
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Default T2 008 or t2R pro or HB cyclone TC ?

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Don't know much about 1/10th on road but would like to start.
I'll probably get a second hand one but which one ?

Looking for something easy to setup and drive, don't really want to struggle with it.

So T2 008, T2r or Cyclone TC ?

All help welcomed !
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Hi,
Don't know much about 1/10th on road but would like to start.
I'll probably get a second hand one but which one ?

Looking for something easy to setup and drive, don't really want to struggle with it.

So T2 008, T2r or Cyclone TC ?

All help welcomed !
Doesn't matter. Pick the one that is run most at your track, and is easiest to get pats for. All else being equal, I would get the 008.
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Personally the Tamiya TA05 is a great car for $200, lipo freindly, plenty of upgrades, excellent parts support, easy to setup, simple build and plenty of tuning options. The TA05 is good enough or not if better than most of the high end competition cars.
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Personally the Tamiya TA05 is a great car for $200, lipo freindly, plenty of upgrades, excellent parts support, easy to setup, simple build and plenty of tuning options. The TA05 is good enough or not if better than most of the high end competition cars.
he ask about Xray and Hotbodies.....not tamiya


i would say, get the one that have parts support in your place and also see what is the fast driver using....
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Well thanks guys it all make sense,

If all of them are close on the driving and tuning ability i might get a 008;
At my track most of the guys uses Xray i've also noticed you can find a lot of them second hand, i guess they all want the 009 one.

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