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Old 08-22-2011, 08:56 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by wollow86 View Post
Sorry, in this case it means additional to the kit. The only time you get it all, and it's all rubbish ones anyway, is with an rtr.
Okay i appreciate it still. Do you have any places to refer me to for good pricing?
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Old 08-22-2011, 10:55 PM   #17
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2 other cars worth looking at
SAKURA ZERO S. around $120-$130 shipped to your door. belt driven with a few cheap up grades are a capable racer (vta,stock,etc).
parts are cheap. and all the alloy and carbon fibre pieces from the more expensive version fit.


this is a shaft drive, i think there is a drift version as well but unsure of the difference.
$120 or so
MST FS-01d
Xray T4
Xray T3
AE Sc10.2 AE SCB
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Old 08-22-2011, 11:46 PM   #18
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+1 on the zero s. Unbelivable for the money. Plus, all the hop up parts go to it's race version (the zero, perhaps the xi too). A mate of mine plans to buy one of these soon for our local 540 comp. With a brushed setup, and a cheap servo your looking at about $340 for EVERYTHING you need. From chassis to paints, even a few spares. You'll need another $50ish total shipping depending where it all comes from.
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Old 08-23-2011, 03:35 AM   #19
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Nothing wrong with a TT!!!!

I have had a TA05 that I think is the best platform for drifting but I also have a TT01 that is also very good. It is all about setup and how you drive it!

If you are on a budget you cannot beat a TT.
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