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Old 06-21-2008, 11:39 AM   #1
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Questions?? mp 7.5

Hi all ,i am pretty new to the nitro of road car and have bought a kyosho 7.5 sports 3 i am wanting to know what upgrades you would recommend ?The car is standard apart from a rear and front sway bar and a front and rear brace the engine is a gx21 with a tuned pipe ,i was thinking about alloy parts to replace the plastic ones eg upper and lower arms etc and maybe a steel spur gear any help from you guys would be gratefull ,would also like to know about geting into to racing and need som local venues clubs and stuff i live in leeds CHEERS,,,,,,,,,,
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If you are going to race then you do not need to upgrade the arms to aluminum. You're better off staying with the plastic arms. They are lighter and are able to flex on those not so perfect landings. Aluminum arms cost more and can bend in a bad landing or crash. Good luck and welcome to the hobby.
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