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Old 02-06-2013, 09:26 AM   #1
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I had this whole thing typed out, but something weird happened...
anyway, I'm sure there have been threads like this before, but basically I'm looking to start rc racing. I don't have any plans of doing it competitively, I just mainly want to drift. I don't have the cash to drop on an hpi e10 though. I'm looking to spend under $80 for everything (probably more later with customization, but just to start out I don't want to break the bank just in case I don't like it) I was looking at the drift gt 350z at hobbytron (I would link it, but I don't have enough posts for that) and wondering if it was okay to start with something like that?
or if I would be better off going the used route, and finding an old tamiya tl01 or tt01 or something similar.
I'm not sure what all I need to get, I'm assuming just the car, transmitter, and whatever batteries/chargers for the batteries they use?

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Old 02-10-2013, 02:43 PM   #2
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When you make a decision on the reasons you attend to race bashing or competively then tou can resarch the cars rhat are for rhat class
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