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Old 09-15-2009, 07:18 AM   #1
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Any Cheap And Fast Electric Touring On-Road Cars To Recommend Those Which Is RTR.Planning To Buy One.
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Fast which way? down the street or around a track?
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Team Magic E4JS ... very nice and affordable ARTR (you have to put your electronic even when i do know there is a fully rtr version) :

http://www.wolfhobbies.com/1_10_Elec...agic_E4JS.html

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good, fast, and cheap.

pick 2 (and only 2), because u can only have 2.

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Old 09-16-2009, 04:52 AM   #5
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a tamiys tt-o1 or Ta 05. both are relativle cheap and pretty fast depending ton what motor you install.
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But I Thought If U Use Brushless For TT-01 Some Of Them Say The Gears Or Parts Are Not Strong Enough To Support The Spd Hence Spoil
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I have ta05 and the tt01, both good cars and inexpensive to purchase. Brushless over a year in the TT01 and havent had any problems at all. Even if you do break something parts for either car are cheap and easy to find. The TA05 cost more, but much nicer. Good luck
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pick 2 (and only 2), because u can only have 2.

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TC4 RTR

This car is a compettion based car so it handles well and can handle a lot of power.
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pick 2 (and only 2), because u can only have 2.

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You forgot to add the part about picking two and your car will not be the third

cheap/fast won't be reliable

cheap/reliable won't be fast

reliable/fast won't be cheap
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TC4 RTR

This car is a compettion based car so it handles well and can handle a lot of power.
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pick 2 (and only 2), because u can only have 2.

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better way to say this is

RELIABLE, fast and cheap, pick 2

oh man i cant tell you how many times i've seen that on rx7club. and its the truth.
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better way to say this is

RELIABLE, fast and cheap, pick 2

oh man i cant tell you how many times i've seen that on rx7club. and its the truth.
That's silly there is no reliable RX7's.
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