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Old 12-21-2009, 12:32 PM   #1
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hi guys i need some suggest:

i'm a new comer to the 1/10 touring world,generally i play 1/8 off-road buggy,but i decided to try the 1/10 for the winter season,in an indoor race track,i have all the electronics required,but not the chassis,so i'm searching for a good quality cheap chassis,and i have found these two:

xray t2r pro

hot bodies cyclone s

my local shop has stock xray parts,plus my buggy is also an xray,and the xray quality is very good,but you pay for quality,and the cyclone is more cheap,but i don't know the hot bodies quality............

so,between these two......what you suggest??????

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p.s if you knows other entry level car,tell to me

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hi guys i need some suggest:

i'm a new comer to the 1/10 touring world,generally i play 1/8 off-road buggy,but i decided to try the 1/10 for the winter season,in an indoor race track,i have all the electronics required,but not the chassis,so i'm searching for a good quality cheap chassis,and i have found these two:

xray t2r pro

hot bodies cyclone s

my local shop has stock xray parts,plus my buggy is also an xray,and the xray quality is very good,but you pay for quality,and the cyclone is more cheap,but i don't know the hot bodies quality............

so,between these two......what you suggest??????

thx
p.s if you knows other entry level car,tell to me

p.p.s. sorry for my english
if you can search xray t2 pro or cyclone s.. there is a dozen of this post back. some have a good amount of replies.. you might get some good comparison answers ...check it out..//////

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What surface are you running on? Low bite or asphalt and the Xray will shine, and the fact that you can get parts in house is awesome too. But if your running high bite the T2r pro may have a little too much grip due to it being very flexible.
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the xray is a better kit, it has a higher end style chassis and top deck plus cvd's and the cyclone s is a tub chassis with dog bones. If you plan to race, i would go with the xray.
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thanks for the answer to all,i think that is a low-bite track,but is not a problem,is better for training control the car in hard condition

however i believe to buy an xray

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