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Old 09-26-2004, 05:02 PM   #16
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my bad, i thought it was another car. well it does look very nice So you guys think i should keep the tc3 or just get a new car?
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Old 09-26-2004, 07:38 PM   #17
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Tamiya is a nice ride, but factor in $$ for their upgraded suspension and the fact that they have a new shaft out. Tells you they don't know what's better. LOL
....Now by saying Tamiya don't know which is better, is saying that they are not serious about producing top notch TC ..!!

Tamiya offer both shaft an belt due to the fact they they have two dedicted teams developing each car ...!! now that's wat u call serious ...!!
the new suspension is just a on goin development... that every maker goes through ..... so no matter wat u will still end up spending $$ on any car u buy ... it's just liek buy a bmi chassis for ur tc3 ......

I'd say the 415 ....... owned a pro4 b4 i brought this ....... and the 415 ..is smoother ...... an a natural better handler .....but thats just my opinion ...
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Tamiya over Associated

The TRF/TB cars are just better handling and easier to dial than the "tub-two" (XXX-S & TC3)
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Tamiya over Associated

The TRF/TB cars are just better handling and easier to dial than the "tub-two" (XXX-S & TC3)
as long as money is not a problem....
you can almost buy 2 of any other car over 1 of tamiya's latest..
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alright, i'll just leave the tc3 for bashing and get the TRF415, now if any of you guys have the car the trf415 please post comments on it performance, what you setup, what you run on it ect...
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alright, i'll just leave the tc3 for bashing and get the TRF415, now if any of you guys have the car the trf415 please post comments on it performance, what you setup, what you run on it ect...
Here are 132 pages to read about the 415.....enjoy


http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...threadid=26996
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as long as money is not a problem....
you can almost buy 2 of any other car over 1 of tamiya's latest..
True...I got my Evo3 SL off ebay
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