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Old 05-17-2014, 12:41 PM
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anyone know of a 1/10 touring car set-up station around or below $100?
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Try the intgey specs system. I have one and it works as good as any hudy system.
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I think the Yeah Racing one is around $80-90.
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This one is $70 (excluding shipping)

http://www.rcmart.com/yeah-racing-un...cPath=456_1265

They also have it in blue
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Originally Posted by TB03Racer09 View Post
This one is $70 (excluding shipping)

http://www.rcmart.com/yeah-racing-un...cPath=456_1265

They also have it in blue
looks promissing
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Originally Posted by theproffesor View Post
Try the intgey specs system. I have one and it works as good as any hudy system.
I agree with your first sentence. For someone looking for an inexpensive setup station, Integy is a decent choice. Better than nothing. I disagree with your second sentence though. It's not as good as a Hudy station.

I had an Integy setup station before buying a Hudy setup station. The Integy station I had was not bad, but it was definitely a bit less precise than my Hudy station. It will work well enough to get somewhere in the ball park, but I certainly wouldn't say it's "as good as any Hudy system". It's okay, but the aluminum Hudy station is better quality and absolutely more precise. You certainly pay quite a bit more for those slightly better tolerances. The difference may not be worth it to some people, but there is a difference.

I haven't tried that Yeah racing station, but just looking at it, I would choose that over the Integy station.

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I'm using aTurnigy Trackstar setup station. It was $54 and works well.
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I'm using aTurnigy Trackstar setup station. It was $54 and works well.
all I see on that one is for one wheel at a time... is it a whole set-up station
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There's a 3Racing setup system for 70 dollars but I'm not sure how it compares to something more expensive like the Hudy setup station.

http://www.rcmart.com/3racing-st010v...cPath=456_1265
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http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...p_Station.html

Maybe this one!?
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Originally Posted by Geberit View Post
I've got that and it's great for the money. If you stay on the page for long enough (few minutes) it'll knock 10% off the price, it comes up in a menu on the right hand side. Failing that, you can find 'buddy codes' to make it cheaper.

The perspex top plate isn't the best. It's not the easiest to read the markings. But it's less than half the price of most systems so it's hard to argue.
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thanks for the info guys
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