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Old 09-27-2011, 06:25 PM   #1
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Hi guys, I have some few more question to ask,
1.To develope driving skill for onroad ,what should run nitro or electric? and stock or modify?
2. does the virtual rc racing (VRC) can help to improve driving skill?

3. My radio is MT-4 sanwa 2.4GHz ,should I replace this? or just get the hang of it?
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Hi guys, I have some few more question to ask,
1.To develope driving skill for onroad ,what should run nitro or electric? and stock or modify?
2. does the virtual rc racing (VRC) can help to improve driving skill?

3. My radio is MT-4 sanwa 2.4GHz ,should I replace this? or just get the hang of it?
1. I say either one.

2. I use it for fun, but for the most part is pretty accurate.

3. The radio, people are going to say upgrade to a faster one, I use a flysky gtb3 and I see no difference.
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I would honestly start with an electric class. I run VTA (25.5 motor, closed option speedo, restricted tires and body) and it's fast enough to learn how to drive. If you have little or no experience, mod wont be much fun if you cant get it around the track in one piece
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I'm no pro, but I started in march of this year in VTA and it is a great class to start in. Slow enough that you don't break too much stuff (unless your me ) but definitely more than a challenge to get your lines down and get consistency in your laps.
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