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Old 01-29-2014, 07:34 AM
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I don't know if anyone is looking for a car, but I plan on putting mine up in the sale section tonight. 2013 with one battery pack through it. Lots of spares, including a new 2.25 chassis plate.
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How does the. 2013 r10 compare to a tc6.1 worlds car
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Originally Posted by Josh-n-ya View Post
I have heard that the USA Team ARC drivers were chosen. Just wanted to say congratulations to those drivers!
so are you saying if a guy was to contact them and say whats up, the team is filled up for year?
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Originally Posted by racer034life View Post
How does the. 2013 r10 compare to a tc6.1 worlds car
The R10 is a potent machine. Compared to the tc6.1, it will have more agility out of the box and will last longer overall in parts. The r10 will hold the setup run to run making it very consistent. When coupled with the flex motor mount, the car is a monster when it comes to corner speed and handling.
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Originally Posted by Jamie Hanson View Post
I don't know if anyone is looking for a car, but I plan on putting mine up in the sale section tonight. 2013 with one battery pack through it. Lots of spares, including a new 2.25 chassis plate.

Send me a PM with details
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How does the. 2013 r10 compare to a tc6.1 worlds car
Funny you ask that..... I was talking with someone who unfortunately has to remain nameless, but lets just say he builds a lot of touring cars.

ARC's build quality and quality of parts is as high as any on the market, they have proven to be very durable out of the box. And he was surprised how much better the cost of parts was (even option parts), compared to other "popular" brands. He also commented that he built another companies car right after building the ARC R10 2013 and was amazed how much more work he had to put into the other the car. The ARC, he built it, put it down and raced it.
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Old 01-31-2014, 01:56 PM
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Hi everyone,

Just thought I'd say a hello from little ol' New Zealand. Getting back into racing after 2 years away and I'm hoping to go to the nationals next year to show off this great car
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Old 01-31-2014, 10:40 PM
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Originally Posted by skypilot View Post
so are you saying if a guy was to contact them and say whats up, the team is filled up for year?
I don't know that answer!
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Originally Posted by nikos2002 View Post
ARC's build quality and quality of parts is as high as any on the market, they have proven to be very durable out of the box. And he was surprised how much better the cost of parts was (even option parts), compared to other "popular" brands. He also commented that he built another companies car right after building the ARC R10 2013 and was amazed how much more work he had to put into the other the car. The ARC, he built it, put it down and raced it.

I noticed the same thing - Im using their f/r arms on my SpecR car and the material looks and feels good. Plus for 14$ you can get a complete set of front and rear arms in either stock or hard. Ive wacked the wall harder then I did with the stock SpecR arms and havent broke anything yet.

Im also using the 2013's white drivetrain on my Serpent and liked the fit and trim of the rear diff much better then the stock Serpent. Plus its white so I can see belt/carpet debris much better.
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Originally Posted by Josh-n-ya View Post
I don't know that answer!
lol, I know, but that other guy does and he didn't respond.
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lol, I know, but that other guy does and he didn't respond.
I think he means me........ Send me a resume if interested. [email protected]
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To any hobby shop owners or employees (who have the ear of the owner) reading the thread. Contact me about some great sales promotions we have with ARC products (and even more through the Viper line).

Racers, ask your shops about stocking our cars and parts, ask them to contact us. BTW, drivers using other chassis mfg are using ARC parts for their cars -- so there is more sales opportunities.
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I was just looking at the mix of brands at the last ETS, over 5% of the cars were ARC. The same as hot bodies, and much more than some other much more established brands. Grea work to the European distributors, and to Jones for an amazing product.
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Originally Posted by Besercoe View Post
I was just looking at the mix of brands at the last ETS, over 5% of the cars were ARC. The same as hot bodies, and much more than some other much more established brands. Grea work to the European distributors, and to Jones for an amazing product.
I think those numbers for ARC will increase when more people just try one!. Thanks again Nick for allowing me on this years team! I have been supporting this car for almost a year already. How time flies!
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Congrats to ARC for adding a great racer in Josh. I know he's a committed racer and will rep the brand in a great positive manner. Congrats to you too Josh, well deserved!
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