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Old 03-31-2010, 06:27 PM   #1
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Default T2R vs T2 006-009 vs T3

How different are the T2R (2006 mode, not the PRO.l) from the other T2's?

are the parts still compatible? which parts are not?

I know the 007' introduced the multiflex chassis.
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Old 03-31-2010, 06:34 PM   #2
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the multi flex chassis is not available on the 009 im not sure about the 008 but all the arms c-hubs steering knuckles rear hubs shock and shock towers are all the same. So basically its all the parts that a person normally breaks when they do break the car, the bulkeds on the t2r and 006 models are different then those of a 007-009. The new ones on the t3 are different now to. I hope this helps and if you are looking for a good touring i would recommend the 007-009 i have heard alot of bad things about the t3 so that why i havent ordered one. Unless you run carpet i have heard many people say its perfect for carpet. I hope this helps
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Will be running on asphalt at local track.. and maybe do a few races

possibly trading for a T2R so doing some research.. wanted a tc5r.
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T2R will work
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