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Old 08-06-2008, 12:07 PM   #1
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whats a good on road running sedan i was thinking the 4tec any others?
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Old 08-06-2008, 12:20 PM   #2
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For bashing or competitive racing? 4 tec is only good for bashing.

For serious racing I would go with a Mugen mtx-4r, Xray nt-1 or Kyosho RRRRRRR whatever number of r's and evo's they are up to now.
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4 TEC IS JUST FOR BASHING (see my sig!)

but if you want to race i would recomend a kyosho rrr.....
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Old 08-06-2008, 01:37 PM   #4
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if you are starting out - get the Team Associated NTC3 stock number 2042. if you are planning to race-get what the other guys reccommended.
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Originally Posted by jatorunner92 View Post
whats a good on road running sedan i was thinking the 4tec any others?
Well, that is like saying I want to get a car. A Saturn will do the job, but a Porsche would be what I want. Give us some information as to what you want it for. If you are looking to just play in the parking lots and streets, I would suggest looking at the NTC3 RTR. If you are looking for a car that you can race, I would say that NT1 is a great choice, but if you are looking to just have some fun, you want a car that is durable and won't break everytime you hit something. You also want a car that is easy to work on.
Am I going back racing?...Hmmm.. Not anytime soon... But soon enough.
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Old 08-06-2008, 08:29 PM   #7
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I love the NTC3 RTR. Very easy to work on. You could race it. But as always I would race what others in the area have. You can snag parts and setups from them and really judge yourself v other racers instead of the car. IN my area a lot of people do still run the Nitro TC3 because they are easy to work on and so many parts are out there.
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