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Old 07-02-2011, 09:16 PM   #46
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is it pretty even between them both?
and are they in both stock and modified?
its pretty even. The photons just edge out the tc6s on consistent wins/high finishes. This is in mod, I know 2 people who run tc6s in stock, but I dunno what the rest of the field runs.
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your feedback is exactly what I'm looking for!
and not to bother but are you driving a photon as well?
X-ray put's out great kits, but man it's nice to see people choose the photon over the t3.
I've been driving the Photon for 2 years now. No interest in changing to another company any time soon.
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