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Old 08-19-2011, 09:35 AM   #16
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I dunno what you guys are talking about. Tc3 parts are readily available on tower. Sure the lhs may not keep them in stock, but the parts are still being made.
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The thread is about the tc3 parts availability ok !!!! Not switching to another car !!!! If you can't provide helpful tips about the tc3 , don't post here !!!! Stop bashing the tc3 because you lost at the Nats OK !!!!! The tc3 did not make you lose there !!!! And don't bring your suck up friends to the thread either !!!!! Back to topic, original tc3 parts are available on ebay for cheap, and my advice is to run the car with an extremely large bumper to minimize damage as much as possible !!!!!!!
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The thread is about the tc3 parts availability ok !!!! Not switching to another car !!!! If you can't provide helpful tips about the tc3 , don't post here !!!! Stop bashing the tc3 because you lost at the Nats OK !!!!! The tc3 did not make you lose there !!!! And don't bring your suck up friends to the thread either !!!!! Back to topic, original tc3 parts are available on ebay for cheap, and my advice is to run the car with an extremely large bumper to minimize damage as much as possible !!!!!!!
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Old 08-19-2011, 11:34 AM   #19
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I just ordered TC3 parts last Friday from my local hobby shop, Parts were there Monday afternoon.
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Old 08-19-2011, 01:37 PM   #20
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Well I just receive parts from Asiatees Hobbies and will put them on my TC3 in the morning, looks good and plenty around, sorry for saying but the US is not the only place to look for parts you know...
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Old 08-19-2011, 06:16 PM   #21
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This is a direct quote from an email from AE tech Support:

"As for parts for the TC3, some are still being produced but they are slowly being discontinued."

Many parts are still available, but don't count on it forever. Buy 'em while you can. By the way, my TC3.9 runs the same as it did as a TC3.
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A good barometer is ebay.... search tc3... you should find that there is A LOT of parts available. If you're looking to have fun at the club level, why not grab one? Though I would aim for a GT or VTA type class.

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Sometimes you got to bring out the raid against the negative flies . No exclamation point . Again I drive AE, and will not tolerate blatant Ae bashing... Good to see racers still wheeling Associated tc3/4's........
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I personally have never owned one, but I do know Dave is a fast guy, I have seen him run many times when I lived in Florida.

A few locals in MD have brought out tc4's and BMI tc3's to run GT based on-road, great for such an application.

! alright back to your regularly scheduled program....
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