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Old 10-25-2010, 04:02 AM   #1
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Default Need help with setups for drifter and grand tourer.

Greeting everyone. I'm currently looking into getting life back into my on-road cars. I currently have 2 XXX-S graphite+(1 is a shelf queen and is brand new) and a Losi JRX-Type R. I'm looking into getting on of my XXX-S into a drifter(or somethig like the new Traxxas Rally VXL) and the JRX-S into a grand tourer(a fast, smooth and well planted car for running in a huge parking lot) The JRX-S is going to be a replica of the Aston Martin DBS so scalism is key. IM NOT RACING. I want to focus on the JRX-S setup first. What's a great setup for tarmac. I'm looking mainly for awesome grip in corners yet is stable at high speeds straight(it be great to get it to drift a bit but have the ability to regain traction if need). The XXX-S just needs a good setup and one that focus on using rubber tires and not the plastic.
I know some of you are saying" NOT RACING THE JRX-S???", and for reason, I just want to focus on relaxing(and also got the JRX-S for 250 brand new in a box off Ebay 2008). Also never raced TC but when I do I'll have the car to do it with. Any and all advise is greatly appreciated and thankyou.
P.S. Beside the DBR9 body Kyosho sells for the Fazer GP car, does anyone else make a 1/10th TC Aston Martin body? looking for a DBS. If not I'll get the Kyosho.

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