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Old 01-29-2004, 07:02 PM   #1
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Maybe you could ask that in the TC3 forum, or read the current posts because we are talking about them now.
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losi or asscociated who has the better car same differance. I run the warpspeed car because i like the way the batteries and the electronics are switched seem to take away the torque steer and the chassie did make me faster ( when I dont crash into something )
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Thanx Randman

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Sounds good Howard
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Sounds good Howard
If you run a tc3 and want to get faster then I would suggest getting a after market chassie. They may be more but you dont have to go thru 12 or so to get one that is streight
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Old 01-29-2004, 09:50 PM   #7
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If you run a tc3 and want to get faster then I would suggest getting a after market chassie. They may be more but you dont have to go thru 12 or so to get one that is streight
trying to tweak and car with a twisted chassis is just wrong !!! I hat fighting with a bad chassis it takes all the fun out of running a good race..
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They are both good cars. The bmi is based on the stock layout, but the batteries are moved in and foward, which balances the car better and its cost less. The warp speed like howard said is switched around (electronics) to take away torq steer, it costs a little bit more, but not to much more! My 2 Cents.
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I like the bmi more. Its cheaper, and available in a more variety of colors. They both perform close to the same way, so its more of what chassis looks better.
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i say get the BMI.and that is not a biased oppinion either
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i was gonna say get a bmi chassis, but i thought that was biased since i have one, but since the owner of bmi said that his opinion wasnt biased, i will recomend the bmi.
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shhh,you will blow my cover.
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Old 01-30-2004, 08:37 PM   #14
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Talking better chassis..?

I say the BMI .. its just not cheaper.. its a beautiful piece of work all the detail and extra works been done for you .. And when assembled with your personal set up , its worth driving the best ...Very stable and every adjustment is accurate .. In my book one of the best aftermarket chassis on the market today..
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Be nice if they made a setup for the cuda folk. hint hint
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