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eBoi31 02-16-2002 11:36 PM

Vote: Pro 2 or Pro 3
 
which would YOU choose?! post your reason too =P...i wanna see if people side more on the Pro 2 side than the Pro 3....if you vote Pro 3 post why please....im looking to buy a Pro 2 and i want to know if people agree or have preferences for the Pro 3...thanks

shockwave 02-17-2002 02:08 AM

Pro2

reason (Dnt; jump on me for this! soem of you may like your Pro3s but I don't)

-To much flex
-Cheap quality
-needs to many mods to be good
-ugly
-HPI is going down hill with the newer kits
-Pro3 is not a good race chassis syockLack of parts
-support from HPI
-Lack of attempts to fix the Pro3 flaws

daniz24 02-17-2002 07:34 AM

I like Pro2 better than Pro3. Hara's car looks very competitive (JMRCA), but it'll cost you around US600... :eek:

Ko Racer 02-17-2002 07:47 AM

pro 3 all the way for me!!!!!!!

i have had the pro ,pro2, pro2 japan edition,
and im stuck on the pro3 lot more adjustments and
a easy car to drive

mr4-malta 02-17-2002 09:12 AM

pro3...for me...i love mine...easy to set from the box...but the you canot go much further without hopups!

TSR6 02-17-2002 09:20 AM

I had a Pro2 for the longest time, but finally sold it last summer in favor of the XXX-S.

I do not like the Pro3, the whole flex issue, and spend a couple bills to remove the flex issue does not interest me in any way. My personal opinion is drop both the Pro2 and Pro3, and go Losi, but hey, thats just me. ;)

eBoi31 - Nice Avatar ;) I had that Avatar a couple months ago :)

eBoi31 02-17-2002 12:00 PM

yea my friend told me to go for the XXX-s
 
but im through with tub chassis =P

eBoi31 02-17-2002 12:01 PM


Originally posted by TSR6
eBoi31 - Nice Avatar ;) I had that Avatar a couple months ago :)
heh....i havnt been active on this MB for a LONG time....so its not really new =P

TSR6 02-17-2002 06:49 PM

Re: yea my friend told me to go for the XXX-s
 

Originally posted by eBoi31
but im through with tub chassis =P
Whats wrong with a tub?

Speedo 02-17-2002 08:45 PM

For looks, definately carbon fiber, but I think really a tub is a little better, depending on the design.

It is much easier to make a rigid chassis with carbon fiber, though with a tub chassis you can mold lots of rudges in. Tub lasts longer, and you can design it in virtually any way you want the car to be.

Speedo

shockwave 02-17-2002 10:32 PM

But HPI kinda blew it with the Pro3 tub when u compare it to the MT...the MT doesn;t flex at all.

STARSCREAM 02-17-2002 11:05 PM

Neather,

Hpi sucks, Period!!!!!

crappy composites, machine screws in the bottum of the chassis, phillips head screws, no international wins in how long.......

hpi is good for bodies, and thats it.

If you want to argue with me on this, what has hpi won???? no national champs, no world champs?????

garbage, I know, Ive been a pro racer since 1989.......

get a real car if you want to go fast. if you just want to play, get a tc3 ready to run. If you want to win, get a losi.....

lap ya later:sneaky: :ha: :ha:

daniz24 02-18-2002 01:17 AM


Originally posted by BLAZN420
get a real car if you want to go fast. if you just want to play, get a tc3 ready to run. If you want to win, get a losi.....

Wrong..... If you want to win get a Yokomo :D :D LOL

shockwave 02-18-2002 03:01 AM

Your both wrong!! If ya wanna win get a Tyco!! :rolleyes:

Cole Trickle 02-18-2002 03:19 AM

If I was forced to choose between a HPI Pro2 and Pro3, I would take the Pro2, since I'm a carpet racer and dont need any flex at all.

From a more personal point of view, then I liked the design and pictures of the Pro3 in the beginning. But when I saw the Pro3 for real, it simply dont turns me on. And I dont like the way HPI goes now a days, too many RTR's and toys.


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