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Old 07-17-2013, 05:08 AM
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Questions?? New in ONorad Help Required !

i m in this hobby for almost 5 years now and own offroad stuff only ,
now decide to join the onroad club but after a week of research i m completely baffled by the world of onroad , its much more technical and complex ,
i have 2 simple Q

1.can any 1 explain me the Categories of onroad like we have on offorad ( truck ,sc ,buggy ETC )

2.and which is the best , cheap entry level on road with good performance ( for dirft )
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There are many different on road classes. It would probably be best to find out what classes are being run by your local club.

Most classes will be defined by the type of chassis and motor size.

Off the top of my head....

-Touring Car (TC) Stock 17.5T, Super Stock 17.5T boosted, Super Stock 13.5 non-boosted, 10.5T, Modified

-Vintage Trans Am (VTA)

-Legends

-1/12 Scale, 17.5T Stock, 13.5T Super Stock, Modified

-Scale Spec 21.5T

-Formula 1

-World GT

-1/10 Nitro Sedan

-1/8 Nitro Sedan

-1/8 Pan Car

-1/4 Gas Nascar
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my preferences is 1/10
found some kits ,
tamita TT01D , TT01E , TT01R wats your thoughs on this ,

and there is also new TT02 , 85$ for a kit ,
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my preferences is 1/10
found some kits ,
tamita TT01D , TT01E , TT01R wats your thoughs on this ,

and there is also new TT02 , 85$ for a kit ,
Depends what you want to do with the kit, you mention drifting which I know nothing about but if racing is what your interested in there are better choices. For club type entry level racing look at a TA05V2, TA06, TC6.1, these are all more adjustable than the models you mentioned and can be competitive. You could also look at some of the Sakura models since they offer a lot of performance for the price.
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Other entry level racing kits:

Spec R s1/R1
Sakura Zero
CSO
TC4
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wats the difference between shaft driven and belt driven kits , ?
it effects on performance ?
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wats the difference between shaft driven and belt driven kits , ?
it effects on performance ?
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