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Old 12-10-2009, 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by johnnydemzr View Post
i think i will go the for the speed instead of the drifting than.........what is a good starter car that i can go fast and build all in a reasonable price?
Kit: $150
Motor: $80
ESC: $150
Set of batteries: $100
Radio: $100
Servo: $50
Charger: $50
Spare parts: $50
Tools: $50
and so on...total: you do the math

If you get brushed system, it will die soon and you will be facing with options to either get another brushed motor and upgrade ($200-$300) to brushless which will last for a very long time.

it will get expensive before you know it. Sure you can get a car ready to go for $50 but it will be no fun.

I asume that you are talking 1/10 scale here. There is also 1/18 scale that can be fun...and more "reasonable".
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