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Old 10-15-2010, 08:55 AM   #1
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Hi i was wondering what the best on road car would be for and indoor track, but i want it to be fast. Thanks
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1. Make a list of the current popular cars to use for indoor racing.
2. Close your eyes, and point at the list.
3. Buy the car your finger lands on. Buy it and learn to drive it.
4. Look on this forum for set-up tips or argue with some rival chassis users for a while for some fun.

Seriously, all of the popular chassis are very similar, so any one of the top cars will work fine. Make sure your local shop or track carries the parts for it to make things easier.

Oh, I forgot step 5.

5. Have fun and don't take yourself or the hobby in general too seriously.
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1. Make a list of the current popular cars to use for indoor racing.
2. Close your eyes, and point at the list.
3. Buy the car your finger lands on. Buy it and learn to drive it.
4. Look on this forum for set-up tips or argue with some rival chassis users for a while for some fun.

Seriously, all of the popular chassis are very similar, so any one of the top cars will work fine. Make sure your local shop or track carries the parts for it to make things easier.

Oh, I forgot step 5.

5. Have fun and don't take yourself or the hobby in general too seriously.
What are the current popular cars to use for indoor racing?
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Nothing wrong with the response above but Help! in the middle of the whole forum will not benefit you as much as a well placed question on the pan car thread.
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What are the current popular cars to use for indoor racing?
1/10 Touring Cars:

XRAY T3 (T3 2011 coming soon)
Tamiya 416X (417 coming soon)
Hot Bodies TCX
TOP Photon
Team Associated TC5 (TC6 coming soon)
Yokomo BD5
Schumacher Mi4LP (Mi4CX coming soon)
Kyosho TF-5 Stallion
3Racing Sakura Zero
Robotronic Avid2
Corally RDX Phi
Losi JRX-S TypeR

I'm not as familiar with all the pan cars.

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