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Old 05-16-2010, 11:51 AM   #1
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What is the kit to have these days?

Sorry for the generic question, i haven't been in TC for 15 years.
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Old 05-16-2010, 12:03 PM   #2
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thats about it, sorry for the generic answer

just kidding, same old advice, check your local track, see what the guys are mostly running to get as much help as possible and also the LHS for parts availability.

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Don't forget the Tamyia TA05.
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Don't forget the Tamyia TA05.
I didn't see the xray t3 in a usa rubber kit

also what about team magic?
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Old 05-16-2010, 01:33 PM   #5
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There are a load of car kits on the market. To many to name, but it'll be much easier for you to find out what the majority drive at your track. You also want to look for good part support in your area. See what your LHS stocks, and supports.
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Isn't time to start thinking about the T3 2011?
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Xray T3
Xray T2R Pro
Xray T2009
Tamyia 416WE
Tamyia 416X
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thats about it, sorry for the generic answer

just kidding, same old advice, check your local track, see what the guys are mostly running to get as much help as possible and also the LHS for parts availability.

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Really, the Robitronic car? I hear they are okay, but they seem more like a "basher's" TC, and not very competitive.

And what about Schumacher, especially their Mi4 LP edition? I think it has a few victories under its belt, no?
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And what about Schumacher, especially their Mi4 LP edition? I think it has a few victories under its belt, no?
+1.

It just won the first round of the BRCA Nationals at Mendip this weekend. Chris Grainger TQ'd and won against Tamiya's, Xray's, Associated's, and HB's.
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I run the Losi JRXS type R. It is a really good car with lots of steering. It is also easy to notice small setup changes.

I recommend buying a car that your LHS keeps in stock. also it helps to run what most people run at your local track.
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