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Old 10-04-2004, 03:29 PM   #31
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Didn't a Losi XXXS TQ and win the ROAR Stock National Championship there in 2002?
still a great set up
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Old 10-04-2004, 03:43 PM   #32
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definately the 415 hands down! The mi2 kinda sucks. If you look at all the team drivers cars nearly NOTHING is the same. My mate used to be a team driver but quit cos the car sucked so much, he recently bought an evo 4 and cant believe how much beter it is. Ive recently changed from a tc3 to the 415 an its sooo much better. Although im thinking the tc4 is gonna be just as good.
Go for the 415 you wont be dissapointed.
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Phil C - Team drivers are constantly testing. Especially the top drivers. Thats not a knock on the car it just means they are doing a good job. All Tamiya factory drivers run Evo4 suspension on their 415's. There is nothing wrong with that. They found an improvement and went with it.
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Old 10-04-2004, 04:08 PM   #34
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Parts are readily available for the RDX and Assassin car kits. Adrian mentioned a good point that the supply and demand is from the distributors not having it.

We have our website updated with all current dealers for people to contact. If you do not see someone to contact close to you, you can call us directly and place an order without a problem.

RDX kits will be in the US the end of next week. Everything is ready to go. Any other questions please contact us through here or our website.
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:08 PM   #35
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Adrian M. Can your car match up to the TRF415? And is the Mi2 more for ashpault and is the TRF415 more for asphault? In honesty Adrian, what car do you recommend me getting? I race asphault, and i use GP3300's... Thanks..
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:15 PM   #36
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I would have to agree with FBJ. Great car!

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415 is the easiest to set-up. Out of the box set-up is already superb. Just slap on a Mazda 6 body and you are set. Durability is not an issue. I really think you'll be happy with the 415.
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in other words, which car is better for asphault rubber tires.. Thanks
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:34 PM   #38
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definately the 415 hands down! The mi2 kinda sucks. If you look at all the team drivers cars nearly NOTHING is the same. My mate used to be a team driver but quit cos the car sucked so much, he recently bought an evo 4 and cant believe how much beter it is. Ive recently changed from a tc3 to the 415 an its sooo much better. Although im thinking the tc4 is gonna be just as good.
Go for the 415 you wont be dissapointed.
I guess the car sucks so much that Paul Wynn and Furman Walker have both won nationals with it .Just my .02 cents. I don't know who your "mate" is but all the team drivers I talk to love their mi2's.
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The team Corally driver Michael Bruce races at my local asphault track, and he came to the race late without any practice, and swept the modified class with the new RDX. The car looks awesome.
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definately the 415 hands down! The mi2 kinda sucks. If you look at all the team drivers cars nearly NOTHING is the same. My mate used to be a team driver but quit cos the car sucked so much, he recently bought an evo 4 and cant believe how much beter it is. Ive recently changed from a tc3 to the 415 an its sooo much better. Although im thinking the tc4 is gonna be just as good.
Go for the 415 you wont be dissapointed.
phil c- Hey i am a team driver. My car is stock and it works great.Maybe u have the wrong set up on your car. Go to the schumacher forum we are glad to help u out in any set-ups
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Ok team drivers, how about some feed back on the cars? Mi2 or the TRF415, please i need some guidance here.. i'm purchasing a new car this is some serious stuff here..
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mi2 all the way. Customer service is second to none compared to any other company. If you have a question I'm sure the schumacher reps. will have a reply very quick.
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Ok team drivers, how about some feed back on the cars? Mi2 or the TRF415, please i need some guidance here.. i'm purchasing a new car this is some serious stuff here..
hey just look at the reedy race we won 19 turn and we were in the a-main in mod that saids alot from this company, not because i am sponsor but, ive been doing this since 86 on and off. But u got to give a try. i cant say nothing about the trf's cause i never tryed before but i will stick with the MI2
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hey just look at the reedy race we won 19 turn and we were in the a-main in mod that saids alot from this company, not because i am sponsor but, ive been doing this since 86 on and off. But u got to give a try. i cant say nothing about the trf's cause i never tryed before but i will stick with the MI2
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how well does the car handle?
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