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Old 05-20-2004, 06:38 AM   #1
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Default Going into electrics, looking for alternatives ...

Hi guy,


Im looking forward to electrics in a Cheap way (but with qualit) and want to know your opinion about this ...

Im thinking in order a MR4TC Yokomo Euro Truck RTR and put a 19T motor and touring body to run on a 19T electric touring class over here (Brazil) ... it a new category here (the main its STOCK 27 turns) ...

So ... what you think of the chassis ?, its raceable on the RTR form considering the categories where i will be running ? ...

I run nitro GT4W2L so electrics are new to me ..

thanks for your help ... post a lot of opinions ...

cya !

ps : - Please include comments about the MUST BUY items/parts in case you agree with my idea ...
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Old 05-20-2004, 06:49 AM   #2
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Tabushi,
If all you want to do is run the car and not worry about cutting comms, and changeing brushed, look into brushless. I too have spent most of my RC time in Nitro. i dont know anything about comms, brushes, timing, so I run brusheless. no worries, just racing and practice, lots of it. Look into it.
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yup! novak brushless motor are great but will its a bit expensive but great benefits and less maintenance.
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And any special comments about my desition of KIT ?

thanks a lot ...
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Guys come on ! ... some help here ...

Do i have to go for a SD7 from yokomo or the chassis from the euro truck RTR electric with a touring body its enough for going into racing ??

thanks in advance for any help ...
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Get a car which willl allow you to run a stick type pack, get a novak brushless and grab a Thunderpower Li-po pack 8000 mah. Long run time and lighter than 6 cells 3300 nimh
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Old 05-24-2004, 10:59 PM   #7
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If you are looking to get cheap, get the Trinity T-spec car. Tower has them for $130ish and it comes with body, tires, motor, and battery pack. You still have to build it, buy charger and more batteries for racing, and a radio system and ESC. It's one of the cheapest ways into electric touring. Only problem is there are no hop up for the car sinse it is a spec car. The MR4TC is a great car but very outdated. If you really want to stick Yok get the SD CGM. It's well worth the money and its race proven.
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If you are looking to get cheap, get the Trinity T-spec car. Tower has them for $130ish and it comes with body, tires, motor, and battery pack. You still have to build it, buy charger and more batteries for racing, and a radio system and ESC. It's one of the cheapest ways into electric touring. Only problem is there are no hop up for the car sinse it is a spec car. The MR4TC is a great car but very outdated. If you really want to stick Yok get the SD CGM. It's well worth the money and its race proven.
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Hehe very funny Resse. You gonna start racing soon. Looks like I will have all my stuff together before you.
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Unfortunely not any time soon and will miss out on good year here in Memphis. Glad to hear your stuff is on it's way but I hate it when my chassis flexes...haha
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What kits are you able to get?
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