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Old 01-09-2005, 12:51 PM   #16
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Personally, I cant say that I'm a TC3 fan... But I like older cars. It's a way to be different

But more important: Driving a car you know inside-out, is a HUGE advantage.
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Old 01-09-2005, 01:01 PM   #17
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lol true, ive had that TC3 for 3years now and i can now fully strip down my TC3 clean and rebuild in under 30 mins. Which is very helpful if i break anything cause i know it will be done for the next heat. Also now my mates who also have TC3's ask me to change parts for them as i know all of the short cuts to taking bits off lol
i started going blue in May 2004 i aint finished yet lol, i need more money, but being 17 and only working a weekend job its kinda hard to get the money quickly lol
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paz, i have your car for my wallpaper. nice ride

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Old 01-09-2005, 07:06 PM   #19
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Dont you find that the front wishbones and alloy C-hubs bend and screw your setup up? I ran the C-hubs for a few races and found that so they went in the bin. Running the rpm front bumper (which i see you have also) greatly reduced the damage at the front but occasionally i hit things, okay it didnt break the C-hub but it may bend the alloy ones a little.
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TRX1- yea sure lol
berger- nope the oppisite, going to ally has greatly improved performance of my car, before i always used to break parts, like wishbones ect, but now i have never broken or bent anything, so now i know that it wont break it as easily so i am running faster.
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Old 01-10-2005, 06:26 AM   #21
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if you want the full size piccy pm me ya e-mail addy and ill send it
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