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Old 02-28-2012, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default Wet Car. T3 or T3`11.

Got a T3 i am thinking of using for a wet car this year,can any think of any benfits of using a T3`11 in the wet instead or save my money.
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Got a T3 i am thinking of using for a wet car this year,can any think of any benfits of using a T3`11 in the wet instead or save my money.
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What is your dry car, a T3'12?

I still use a '009 for the wet
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We run a T3`11 indoors on polished wood floor which works better than the T3`12.Carpet at Ardent we`ve been running a T3`11 with Exotek chassis and a `12 top deck that has been going well.Got the cance of both cars for wet but unsure whether its worth spending the money.Not realy done any wet racing (hope not to this year) but basing my thinking on how well `11 works on low traction and resale value later if we upgrade.
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