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Old 01-02-2014, 07:15 AM   #1
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Default Turnigy TD10 1/10 Belt-Driven 4WD Touring Car (KIT)

Its back in stock if anyone is interested

Hurry though, only 35 this time. Just snagged myself one

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Just sold out

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that was quick
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Its a great little car for the money in my opinion
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Isn't based on the Sakura car?? I assume those spares would fit.
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Isn't based on the Sakura car?? I assume those spares would fit.
It IS the Sakura Zero S sedan just re-badged.
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It IS the Sakura Zero S sedan just re-badged.
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Old 01-08-2014, 12:09 AM   #8
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Back in stock

Only 38 this time

Get em quick!

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It goes out very quick, I just pull trigger and bought the kit and sort of other stuffs:
TGY-1266HV - servo;
TrackStar brushless motor, 80A ESC
a HK radio, etc.

I hope I can get back to EP touring car hobby, it was about 10 years ago I had NTC3 that time. I would like to use this kit to set up, fine tune the car and have a feeling.

There is little onroad rc car in the place Canada toronto though.
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Get back to the car, I think it is very good for the buck, it is cheaper in HK than in China actually. and the Car allows for so many different setup, I am still reading and digesting setup book from hudy and Xray - I hope I can practice them on the car.

One thing amaze is for a tiny 1/10 ep car, how those little things matter on driving. I won't feel differents on a softer spring, thinner diff oil, or different degree of toe. Did you really feel the difference? or it is only for champion drivers.

I need to buy a set up gauge, and start fine tune, maybe not a hudy but something to start with. And in practice, if no one else run together, how do I start to practice, what are the basic course to begin with.

May be ask too much question, it is good to discover a forum still have onroad.
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