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Old 02-20-2012, 03:04 PM   #1
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Looking to grab a touring car or race car but not sure which to grab.... Now i know that everybody has his own opinion of what they drive and thats what i want to know what do you like about your car? I also want to know whats a good car to grow in as i learn to drive the tracks here in south florida i figure i would start with 17.5 turn.... tips and advice would be appreciated... oh the tracks are outdoor asphalt..

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Visit the track(s) you want to race at. Find the most popular car there and get one of those. You'll be able to get setup help and maybe parts support. There are plenty of threads for all of the TC brands/models. Or pick a budget, and go from there.

Otherwise, you'll get a bunch of people that don't even run where you will telling you to get what car they run.
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Visit the track(s) you want to race at. Find the most popular car there and get one of those. You'll be able to get setup help and maybe parts support. There are plenty of threads for all of the TC brands/models. Or pick a budget, and go from there.

Otherwise, you'll get a bunch of people that don't even run where you will telling you to get what car they run.
That's all you need right there. See what's popular where you are at and go from there. Best of luck!
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