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Old 05-12-2005, 06:49 PM   #1
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Default tc4 or xxx-s?

I'm very interested in getting a electric touring car. What do alot of yall prefer a tc4 or xxx-s and why? I'm trying to decide on one of those but cant really seem to make up my mind. Any opinions or comments would be much appreciated. Thanks
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you can't fit 3700 cells in the XXX-S. Otherwise great car...
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There are plenty of forums on this specific topic. Please try the "search" button.

Here's one :http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...&highlight=Rpc

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I have to agree with Paul_TC4 and that if you search you will find a few threads regarding your topic. However, Both are great cars. Only thing I can really say is that my xxx-s has never let me down were my tc4 has. But I think once a get few things changed on the tc4 it will be a great car.
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