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Old 12-14-2010, 09:11 PM   #61
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whats the differents between that Vector motor and the Tekin one?
I am not sure what the difference is, I haven't had a chance to run either motor. A few guys at my local track reccomended the X12 to me so I decided to give it a try... although they could just be trying to sabotage my setup
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I dont like Associated so much. If I have to choose from TC6 and T3 2011 I would go with T3 2011 for its enormous quality. Why being stupid if you are already pushing money to it and save 100dollars in the way it shouldnt be. But if you are starting maybe its better to have something cheap with cheap parts.
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Why being stupid if you are already pushing money to it and save 100dollars in the way it shouldnt be. But if you are starting maybe its better to have something cheap with cheap parts.
What are you trying to say here??can't understand the sentences that you tried to write.
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I think the man means blah blah bah buy an Xray!
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Why not close this thread? Both are good cars and all the issues are in the normal T3 / TC6 threads, too. The rest is personal opinion... The guy who opened this thread has made his decision for sure...
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I think the man means blah blah bah buy an Xray!
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Old 12-15-2010, 02:29 PM   #67
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Its a reaction on people complaining that 100 dollars is much. If you are racing on some level it is fair investment in my opinion.
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Why not close this thread? Both are good cars and all the issues are in the normal T3 / TC6 threads, too. The rest is personal opinion... The guy who opened this thread has made his decision for sure...
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i am glad this thread is here, i have the same decission to make, but reading through this i will stick with xray, also interesting about the hi-tec servo's, never really had a problem with them tracking straight.....in off road
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