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Old 09-23-2010, 01:08 AM   #1
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just for messing around would you get the tc3 elctric roller or the trf 415 msxx
bassically all i want to do is put the 9000kv mamba system in it go fast...i know if i wanted to race later i could use the trf but i really miss 1/8 onroad and theres no whare in md to run anymore so i just want a relaxing hobby to go in the lot with and play....tc3 chassis with few arms and cvd would be costing me my race setup rs4 2 belt drive with all new suspension belts fron one way and engine...or i can sell it to this guy down the street and pick up the trf for 140 bucks comes with brushlesss novak esc co27 tuned motor and 6 bags of spare parts alluminum pieces and carbon i could probably make 2 more cars but i cant seem to find belts will the trf416 stuff crossover
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Which one comes with more punctuation?

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Old 09-23-2010, 11:38 AM   #4
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Turtle636. Belts are still available on ebay for the 415
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Old 09-23-2010, 03:57 PM   #5
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thanks guys i figured that plus it looks better but i appreciate the opinions i was just worried about the carbon chassis gettin all messed up on th street but my lot is actually only a few years old and its smooth.....next question real quick im new to this electric side of rc everyone seems to glue the chassis what does this mean do you just spread glue across the bottom so it is stronger????
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No, you just glue the edges to keep them from splitting if it get hit. You sand the edges to round them off and then you can use a q-tip and apply CA to the sanded edge. It also makes it look nicer.
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Old 09-23-2010, 04:23 PM   #7
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ohh ok thanks guys for all the help on answering my questions i appreciate it
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