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Old 10-24-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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i am getting a new 1.10th touring car and have come down to the two XRAY or SHUMACHER but between the two i cant decide so i throw the question out there WHICH ONE.
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Ahahhh....none ! Get AE ! Cheaper, faster, easier to drive !!!!!
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i am getting a new 1.10th touring car and have come down to the two XRAY or SHUMACHER but between the two i cant decide so i throw the question out there WHICH ONE.
Xray if you like quality and durability, schumacher if you like querky and purple
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i am getting a new 1.10th touring car and have come down to the two XRAY or SHUMACHER but between the two i cant decide so i throw the question out there WHICH ONE.
considering your location
the Schumacher is the way to go.
hell of a car, super durable.
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i am getting a new 1.10th touring car and have come down to the two XRAY or SHUMACHER but between the two i cant decide so i throw the question out there WHICH ONE.
Xray mate! I race with schuuey drivers if they was not sponsored by them they would run xray.
I've tried TCXX bd7 and t4

TCXX don't waist ur cash but credit to hb the diff is amazing

Bd7 awesomely quick but for me too aggressive, I am a very aggressive driver this was not a great combo, although saying this, out doors I feel I would be very very quick massive front end and rotates very well

T4 only done 1 meeting so far but planted rotates well I'd say has too much under steer on power but can be easily changed once the option springs and roll bars are here. It's consistent and predictable. There was 6 10ths a lap difference between my best and my average that's on old tires. Fastest lap I was 2 10ths off but,the winner was on better tires ( brand ) so yeah for me t4 and I would recommend all and everyday. The shocks are awesome best I've built and yes I've built tamiya.
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To be honest, all the top cars are good, for durabilty both Xray and Schumachers are strong and can take heavy hits, , to finish first, first you must finish! from my experience the Xray has the edge in finishing!
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