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Old 03-01-2015, 11:35 AM   #1
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Questions?? 1/10 mod - Xray t4 vs. ARC-10 vs. TA 6.2e

Hi guys.

I'm looking for opinions regarding a few alternative touring cars.
There were 2 alternatives for me after reading alot of posts earlier:

First i looked at the X-ray t4 2015. Seemed like a good car upgraded a little
from the 2013 model. After talking to a couple of guys, they told me that the car tends to be a little wobbly in the ass. Anyone else experiencing this?

The second car is the ARC 10 2015. Just know what i read about it, and it seems like a very good car.

The (newly) third alternative is the Team Associated 6.2e, which i hear more and more racers is starting to drive.

I'm looking for opinions from people who have driven any of these cars. Or have any other opinions regarding other great cars.
I'm planning to build one with an ORCA setup. Orca VX3 esc, and an Orca RX3 6,5 turn motor.

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Old 03-02-2015, 07:03 AM   #2
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The ARC is an awesome car. Very easy to setup and excellent grip front and rear. Best I've driven thus far.
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Old 03-02-2015, 07:42 AM   #3
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Haven't heard (or experienced) that the Xray T4'15 should have a loose rear.

All cars have its strenghts and weaknesses, but the Xray T4'15 would be a safe bet.

Guess the Associated would be one of the least desirable choices if you could afford any TC.
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Old 03-07-2015, 11:04 AM   #4
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Thank you for answering. Price isn't the issue when i choose my kit, i just want to buy a good car, with easy access when adjusting. Every car can be upgraded to better then what it is when buying the kit. I'd like to find the one i dont need to upgrade much to begin with. My instinct says ARC R10..
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I own a T4'15 and a 6.2.
The T4 is by far the most stable car I have ever driven. You have to force the issue setupwise to make it unstable in the rear. For sure you can't do anything wrong with buying a T4.
The 6.2 is a nice car, but finding a competitive and easy to drive setup was a pain. Took me about 5 months intensive work to make this car work. Now that it is alive, I like it much more than my T4.
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