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Old 05-06-2010, 12:08 PM   #1
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Not looking to go full on racing again, just looking for something to tool around the dealership and race buddies with. Been a fan of Associated for some time now but wouldn't mind going to a belt drive again.. Whats hot whats not.?
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Well I don't know how long you have been out but tether cars are definately out for hard core racing.
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Well I don't know how long you have been out but tether cars are definately out for hard core racing.
Really???? Damn. and I thought I could be competitive. Just looking for screwing around in the parking lot maybe do a little club racing. Always like nice equipment... Just wondering if associated was still the the way to go for that kind of stuff.
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The NTC3 is still a common car on the track. I've seen them go toe to toe with far more modern cars. One thing about Associated, they make great cars that last.
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The NTC3 is still a common car on the track. I've seen them go toe to toe with far more modern cars. One thing about Associated, they make great cars that last.
Thats probably my biggest question. Have no plans on chasing a series any more as I race karts and just don't have the time. Just wanted to make sure, given I haven't gotten too rusty that I can compete on a club level without spending a grand on all brand new shiz.
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