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Old 08-04-2011, 02:01 AM   #1
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Hello,

Was shopping around the rcmart.com website, saw some very affordable kits by 3Racing brand, namely the Sakura Zero touring car, and F109 F1 car. Both appear to be good quality from the pictures and both around around only $100!

Was wondering if anyone here had any experience with the cars? Build quality/ handling/ durability/ that sort of thing!

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http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...ra-zero-s.html

Hope that helps you with the Sakura Zero S
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...cing-f109.html

This is the thread for the F109: I own one, and I really like it a lot. For the price you can't go wrong, spares are cheap and it's a rocket onroad
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i cant believe how good the sakura zero s is for $100
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I have been considering one myself for use in VTA. It seems to be perfectly adequate for that class. Plus you can upgrade it with Sakura Zero parts. It basically is an all plastic Sakura Zero.
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I have both. And yes, they are very nice. Competitive right out of box. I'm a believer.
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