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Old 07-06-2005, 05:00 PM   #1
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Default Xray fk05 vs trf 415

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Strip down your SSG and convert it to a Yokomo LCG Rip of the shaft drive, with the corner speed of the belt drives.
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Old 07-06-2005, 06:38 PM   #5
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Have a 415MS, and a XRAY FK04. I like the Xray better, as it handles faster in the corners, and is easier to set up. 415MS is more stable on high speed tracks, and takes a little longer to get dialed in.
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Have a 415MS, and a XRAY FK04. I like the Xray better, as it handles faster in the corners, and is easier to set up. 415MS is more stable on high speed tracks, and takes a little longer to get dialed in.

If you think the FK04 is fast in the corners.....the 05 will make your head spin
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i owned a RDX but between the FK05 and TRF i heard that the FK05 its a better car and easy to work on!! but on the look i have to go whit tamiya hehe(Blue Bling Bling) anyways i owned a Xray before and i can tell you that i had success!! Like a friend of mine said every car can be a great car you just need to know what to do the car to have the handle you want!!!!

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Individual choice....Most top end cars are good cars. The current Ifmar world champ is a 415MS....The Xray is also winning races. So its quite up to the driveers.
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