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Old 08-09-2011, 04:11 PM   #1
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Does anybody know the difference between a team associated 12r5 and a 12r5.1?Was there any big changes?
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Rear pod was changed to balance with brushless motors and make it easier to fit them.
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Get the r5 if you're not THAT serious of a racer, much cheaper than r5.1.

I got the R5.1 but guys who drive the R5 at my track are just as fast.

When i got it I think R5.1 $220 R5 $120
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