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Old 01-03-2013, 08:53 AM   #16
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Hi, yeah you may well be correct, but have you actually tried it?, just seems strange it works well for 8th scale but not for 10th but hey im doing this for over 10 years and learning every single day. Thanks for your input.
i personally tried back wheel solid and four wheel solid,but not as good as diff gear when apply on touring. four wheel it will accelerate very fast but it only benefit for drag,it will go to a side when the tyre not even
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