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Old 11-07-2005, 10:09 AM   #1
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I am currently in ownership with a TC3 and wish to find something different for the next season (want to try belt car to see if i like belt or shaft better) and i was wondering what kind of cars other ppl are running and the responses they have of them. So this would be the thread to give full bragging rights of your car lol
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Oh no, Not again!


But a RDX!
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Old 11-07-2005, 10:15 AM   #3
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lol im taking it that there was another one liek this that cased alot of problems or jsut went on and on?
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lol im taking it that there was another one liek this that cased alot of problems or jsut went on and on?
Yep, pretty much.

Everyone will tell you that the car they currently run is the best, the smart ones will look at what the local shop/drivers support, and the really smart ones will ignore all that and buy a JRX-S
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Old 11-07-2005, 06:25 PM   #5
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k well nvm then :P I uhmm made up my mind yea thats it..........
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I think that all the high end cars like the FK'05, RDX, 415ms etc are good cars. I drive an FK'05 and really like it, there are some RDX's at my local club and they are also very nice. Go for something that your local hobby shop supports, it makes life a lot easier when you need parts.

As for shaft vs belt, i find that belt is easier to drive.
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yea ive been debating between the 415msx or the fk05 and well hobby shop does carry x-ray stuff bt no tamia stuff and to boot our hobby shop is rediculously overpriced...... but ive more or less decided on fk05 only problem is now ill be like the majority of my club and i kinda wanted to try and bring somethign new to the table but hey if something works well dont mess with it and if u cant beat em join em......
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The full MSX kit is not available yet (the upgrade kit for current 415s, yes), so it is hard to say how it will go against the Xray and TC4.
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