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Old 11-30-2007, 06:50 PM
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Like the title says. I am looking to set up a tc for li//bl 20 minute mains & I feal like nitros are more durable & built to handle more power then the electric chasis do.
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Old 11-30-2007, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by party_wagon View Post
Like the title says. I am looking to set up a tc for li//bl 20 minute mains & I feal like nitros are more durable & built to handle more power then the electric chasis do.
Good question.
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I cant speak for other cars, but god knows I ve put my VoneRRR thru hell. I've rolled, stuffed, and hit so many boards its not even funny. Yet, I've only broken one rear arm and obe front arm. So, its a pretty durable car.
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Accociated NTC3+
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Accociated NTC3+

I can't put the NTC3 in this category. It is cheaper to fix when it breaks but durable it is not.
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Old 11-30-2007, 08:36 PM
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Originally Posted by GHETTOTEACHER View Post
Accociated NTC3+
This is one car you should not look at when thinking of most durable... Neither does the 710/720... Go with a RRR or MTX-4... Both of them are very durable and can withstand alot of hits
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I would put the Xray car in the top too. God knows I've beat the boards down with mine and at least I've finnished the races every time.
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i will put the rrr in this topic i have ran a whole series without breaking any parts
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The TeamMagic G4E could be the choice, it is a Nitro G4 converted to electric.
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Old 12-01-2007, 07:58 AM
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but this is in the nitro onroad forum not electric
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I thought the guy was talking about the most durable? I own Serpents and Mugens. I think of these cars as pure modern race cars, not as bashers. The NTC is a great starter car that has a 4mm chassis and a shaft. In comparison to todays ultra high tech, light weight chassis, the NTC is a Tank.
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This is for an out door racer & from my experience w/ off road nitros are made more durable then electrics because they are built to endure long mains.
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Originally Posted by kyoshokidd View Post
i will put the rrr in this topic i have ran a whole series without breaking any parts
its probably because you have a new car every 2 races.
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RRR is quite durable.
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