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Old 03-30-2005, 07:37 AM   #16
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The RS4 should be pretty good for a start. They just came out with a .18 version so that car should be a lot faster than the previous version. One good thing about the RS4 is that you can join the HPI Cup Challenge if they have that series at your local track, that way you won't be racing with the really fast guys in the faster .12 class. The RS4 will race in a class of its own, that is if you plan to race eventually. Its a good car to start with to learn the basics and to bash around with. The TC3 is also a good car. Maybe you would like to consider the OFNA GPX4 rtr?
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Old 03-30-2005, 09:55 AM   #17
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November 1... You have to remember that most of the drivers here have been in the hobby for alittle while... Some like to race there cars on a true RC track and not just drag race... Not that that's bad and since you're new to hobby and just want to learn and have fun.... Traxxas is good company and great support, the N4TEC is a good RTR as well... I even had one myself Here's a link to there forum page and may I suggest that you give VirtualRC a try as well... It has almost all the fun of racing and you can learn how to drive many of the top 1/10 & 1/8th scale on road cars free of charge... Here's the link to Traxxas forum page and Virtual RC as well... Good Luck.


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Old 04-05-2005, 02:56 PM   #18
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i am thinking of buying a 4wd touring car, i have a .16 motor and a 2 channel radio what car should i buy? i have about $200 to spend any suggestions?
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