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Old 12-28-2005, 01:23 AM   #1
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Arrow questions about TRF415 and other miscellaneous issues. :)

I have been out of RC for a few years and I want to catch up now . What is the difference between TRF415MSX and TRF415MS refine 2? are they the same?
I need your advice guys about Novak GTX.
last but not least, anyone knows a page containing the components of Marc's car? Like what battery brand, ESC, motor, radio equip., etc...
Whats the average age of the people practicing this hobby? I just want to know if I (22 years old) fits here.
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Old 12-28-2005, 02:24 AM   #2
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1. The differnece between the too kits are that the refine 2 lowers the center of gravity mainly. But unless u are very good u probably won't know the difference.
2. The Novak GTX is up there with the best when it comes to ESC u can't go wrong with it.
3. I'm only 16 but there are people at our track that are 40+ so u fit in well.
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Old 12-28-2005, 02:52 AM   #3
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I have been out of RC for a few years and I want to catch up now . What is the difference between TRF415MSX and TRF415MS refine 2? are they the same?
I need your advice guys about Novak GTX.
last but not least, anyone knows a page containing the components of Marc's car? Like what battery brand, ESC, motor, radio equip., etc...
Whats the average age of the people practicing this hobby? I just want to know if I (22 years old) fits here.

The the refine 2 is also known as the MSX.But before the MSX or Refine 2 kit was out.Most people have the 415MS,so tamiya came out with a MSX convertion kit for the MS.

There is a diff between the MSX convertion and the actual MSX kit.The diff is that the MSX kit comes with a alu diff outdrive,a centre chassis stiffening post and a new chassis for for the post...
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