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Old 04-20-2011, 07:52 AM   #1
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im moving from 1:10 on road to 1:8 iv just got an evolva...jus wanted to know is there any difference between driving the two...from videos iv seen 1/8 looks like they almost power slide round some corners
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It is quite different. Throttle, engine, clutch set-up really effect the handling as well.
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I think you'll find the sweet spot wider on the 1/8 scale car and easier to drive as the size alone makes them handle little bumps better. Things do happen faster though.
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oh ok...hopefully my first few runs will be crash free
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