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Old 09-04-2010, 02:21 PM   #1
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I am looking to buy an F1 car. So can any one tell me who makes the best chassis or are they all the same.
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Old 09-04-2010, 05:20 PM   #2
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Corally makes one of the fastes, which also makes it one of the best. But it's more a pan car with an open wheel chassis.
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McLaren!!


As for 1/10 RC lol, I really like my Tamiya F104.
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bang for the buck has got to be the F109 140.00 with ESC and 3300KV motor!! (RCMART) got mine yesterday! and drove it all day today, i was VERY impressed with the kit and its performance out of the box. it was hooked up!
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As Tamiya cars go... The F103 is the best car on the road. Even though it's been discontinued, it still makes up the majority of F1 cars seen on the track. The F104 is close behind, but it still has large shoes/tires to fill.
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As Tamiya cars go... The F103 is the best car on the road. Even though it's been discontinued, it still makes up the majority of F1 cars seen on the track. The F104 is close behind, but it still has large shoes/tires to fill.
What makes the 103 better? Can a 104 upgraded with Tamiya parts to be on par with the 103?

Since the new Wolf is based on the 103, would that be the car to go with if you were going to buy a new Tamiya?
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3racing F109 by far the best value.
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