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Old 07-24-2014, 10:20 AM   #1
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Default help me new:sakura ultimate, ofnah4e or used detc410, t3

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was retired for some years, used to run 1/8 on road and 1/10 on road nitro couple of months ago but a tamiya m chassis and charger lipos but want to buy a tc on the track is asphalt track the only class is 13.5 busted , don't want to spend arm and a leg on this, so the budget cars i am considering are

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Old 07-24-2014, 10:27 AM   #2
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How about a used X-ray t4

Otherwise I like tamiya cars, so I would go with a ta06 pro.
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Old 07-24-2014, 10:35 AM   #3
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Look at the VBC D06 too. If you are just starting over again and still hit stuff I would recommend the Xray. They are tough as nails parts are more expensive but you will need less of them. The VBC is a great car though, the car is almost as tough as a Xray. The ofna and durango I have seen seem really fragile, they never seem to finish a heat, but when they do hold together they are fast.
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hi thanks for the advise, but as i seed before don't want to spend more than 300 on this, just look at another chassis the team cso one
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hi thanks for the advise, but as i seed before don't want to spend more than 300 on this, just look at another chassis the team cso one
The CSO-One is a clone of the Xray T4. I run the Team C TC10, which is a rebadged CSO.

All things concidered, I would look for a used Xray T3 or T4. These are very durable.
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Used: T3 (which, btw, I have one for sale )

New: IMO the Sakura.

Stay away from: Some may disagree but I say "no" to the detc410, I haven't seen many on track but from what I have seen they don't take big hits well. Though a different bumper may help. T3 is hands down the strongest car on your list, no question.
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