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Old 12-07-2006, 02:34 AM   #1
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Shaft Drive 1/10 r/c cars

ok how many shaft drives are there (1/10) scale I know of two the ntc3 and there is a kyosho one that is also shaft driven (not sure which one - they make heaps) - are there any others eg mugen xray serpent

sorry if its a nubby question just like the shaft drive cars - currently have ntc3

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the kyosho FW05RR was a pre-world champ car in brazil
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There is also a Tamyia shaft drive car as well...

Problem at the moment is all these suggested shaft drive cars are at the the end of there model life. The Kyosho and Hong Nor / Ofna have all but disappeared. The NTC3 only seems to be the RTR market now...

It is a shame, casue my two fastest cars on the track have been shaft drive and i have always found them to be easier on the maintenance as well.

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ok how many shaft drives are there (1/10) scale I know of two the ntc3 and there is a kyosho one that is also shaft driven (not sure which one - they make heaps) - are there any others eg mugen xray serpent

sorry if its a nubby question just like the shaft drive cars - currently have ntc3

thanks guys
MUGEN SEIKI MSX3 SHAFT DRIVE 4WD
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Everyone seems to forger the Tamiya TG10 Mk.2 Pro! Fairly new car with lots of upgrades and parts support.
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Current problem is the current shaft drive chassis are not the flavor off the month. So as a result most hobby stores don't have parts or anything available for them. They wouldn't want to get caught with dead stock, which i can understand as well.

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