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Old 11-08-2004, 02:17 PM
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You use the WORLD to help decide which car to buy is your BIGGEST mistake..............because we are no TEAM DRIVER, we don't like near to one, nor having the support like one...so, if you say buy a 415 MS is because it is a world champ car, then good luck

I am sure all of them are the GOOD CAR........try keep that under your budget, part support, and your local buddy support.....

Any car DOES NOT come with a perfect setup that is RTR (race that is)....you have to ask around and find the best setup for you.
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if all you're going to base iton is the results then forget those two choices...get the Evo IV from Tamiya..after all..it is the world champion isn't it??
No it isn't. The 415 was the chassis of choice for Marc. Surikarn and Jun ran the Evo 4 though.
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Old 11-08-2004, 03:54 PM
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Just pick your car based on your favorite color.

Pro 4- Purple
JRXS- Grey
TC4- Blue
R3- red, blue, or pink
SD- blue
Xray- chrome
415- blue
Evo 4- blue

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BTW- No one can touch my pimped out purple Pro 4
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Originally posted by Pro4Capece
Just pick your car based on your favorite color.

Pro 4- Purple
JRXS- Grey
TC4- Blue
R3- red, blue, or pink
SD- blue
Xray- chrome
415- blue
Evo 4- blue

All cars are equally fast, just some might take some massaging to get there.
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Originally posted by Pro4Capece
Just pick your car based on your favorite color.

Pro 4- Purple
JRXS- Grey
TC4- Blue
R3- red, blue, or pink
SD- blue
Xray- chrome
415- blue
Evo 4- blue

If I could just update this list,
PRO 4 - Purple
JRXS - Grey
TC4 - Blue & Light blue...
R3 - Red, Blue, & Pink?
SD CGM - Blue
XRAY - Silver
415 - Blue
EVO4 - Blue
MI2 - Purple
RDX - Silver
SIGMA 2 - Silver
TF-5 - Blue

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Old 11-08-2004, 04:36 PM
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Black carbon fiber:
Pro 4
JRXS
Xray
415
Evo IV
Mi2
RDX
R2

Sparkle carbon:
Barracuda R3

Silver carbon fiber:
Yokomo SSG

Plastic:
Yokomo CGM
TC4


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Old 11-08-2004, 04:41 PM
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i saw a tc4 beat a fk sunday. tc4 was dailed! and the tc4 was running like from the box no change in springs or oil sucks that i sold mine and its only been out a month i think. the only this that i dont like about it , its that it sounds like a meat grinder lol.
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Old 11-08-2004, 05:25 PM
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Pro 4 all the way
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from what i have seen at the track and from listening to the drivers, the pro 4 is basically a tc3 on steroids, with tc3 setups very similar to the pro 4. I think thats a good thing as i am also in the looking for a new chassis soon.
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Originally posted by Pro4Capece
BTW- No one can touch my pimped out purple Pro 4
You sure about that

My Pink Cuda R3 for those not familiar with it

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Old 11-08-2004, 08:34 PM
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LOL I find it funny the person that started this thread, hasn't really responded to it yet.

Probably just sitting back laughing that he got everyone arguing

by the way the 415 won the worlds, not the evo 4

1 415
1 evo 4
3 pro 4
2 losi jrxs
1 tc4
2 yokomo's

subtract an hpi and add a tc4 and it's a crap shoot.

3 belt 7 shafts yes but the belt one, and if you count the top 20

I think at least half were belts correct???
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Old 11-09-2004, 11:42 AM
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Sweet R3. I haven't completely maxxed out my Pro 4, but when the time comes, Everthing but the chassis will be Purple.
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Old 11-09-2004, 02:24 PM
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R3..nice,But IMHO still slower than a Pro4.
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Sorry...I got the two Tamiya cars mixed up...must have been from the back-and-forth regarding Rheinard's car on the worlds thread...

The point still remains the same.....the results at the worlds don't mean all that much to us mere mortals
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