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Old 01-22-2010, 10:51 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya TB-03d

Hi All. So I'm looking for a new on road touring kit mainly for bashing around. Anyway, I came across a pretty good deal on a tb-03d kit and was wondering how different it would be compared to the regular tb-03 if i were to just put regular tires on it. (i don't plan on drifting) I noticed that the d version doesn't have IFS and was wondering if the two versions are THAT different from each other. I was thinking about getting a tb-03 cause they seem to be pretty reputable, but i found a good deal on the D version. What do you guys think? Thanks in advance!
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Default tb-03 vs tb-03d

i have both tb-03 and tb-03d. both has same set up, esc, motor, digital servo. i think tb-03d has better handling than ifs tb-03, tb-03 is bit softer, and less stable compare to tb03d.
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