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Old 02-08-2012, 10:18 PM
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Contrary to all the complaints otherwise wise, vrc pro is a valuable traing tool. And fun. About $16/month subscription. You get all the spec cars and one each per mod class. Besides the subscription, you don't have to spend any else. Plus you earn virtual $ just for racing. Plus any events. See you there.
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Will any radio work? If so, how do you connect?
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Love the game. very real like. Great for a rainy day. Now if they could make an off road track. Sign me up!!!
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I just got it as well. I need to get another receiver to keep just for this now
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Originally Posted by Jeauxkor
Will any radio work? If so, how do you connect?
for am fm radio, can use VRC-3 USB adaptor
for 2.4G radio and high response mode , use VRC-3NT USB adaptor
both connect via your RC receiver.
you can buy it online at www.vrcworld.com

for 3PK, 4PK, M8, M11, EX10, JR, FLY-SKY
you can use 9TURBO RCUSB-DSC-PPM usb adaptor
for direct connect via tx DSC port. (don't need RC receiver)
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I just got it as well. I need to get another receiver to keep just for this now
I had to as well, was splitting time with VRC and my VTA car.
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Originally Posted by Mik G
Love the game. very real like. Great for a rainy day. Now if they could make an off road track. Sign me up!!!
We have a saying here at the office: "Don't wait for the weekend", but you're absolutely right! On a rainy weekend you really shouldn't have to wait for the next weekend...

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Originally Posted by Jeauxkor
Will any radio work? If so, how do you connect?
Yes, the VRC 3NT USB adaptor works with any radio brand or type. You simply connect the adaptor cables to your receiver (which is powered by the usb).

The adaptor has 2 cables: 1 for steering and 1 for throttle.
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Originally Posted by texastc
Contrary to all the complaints otherwise wise, vrc pro is a valuable traing tool. And fun. About $16/month subscription. You get all the spec cars and one each per mod class. Besides the subscription, you don't have to spend any else. Plus you earn virtual $ just for racing. Plus any events. See you there.

The subscriptions actually start at 6.50 Euros/month ($8.45/month).

If you buy a 3-month introduction offer (which is what most people do) it'll cost 8 Euros/month ($10.40/month).

Now, it's true that you can only buy the introduction offer 1 time and afterwards the regular 3-month subscriptions cost 11.60 Euros/month ($15.00/month), but because of your 3 month loyalty discount (15%) it's actually going to be only 9.86Euro/month ($12.80/month).
Then, the next renewal becomes even cheaper, because after a total of 6 months your loyalty discount is 20% so you pay only 9.28 Euros/month ($12.00/months) for a 3-month subscription.

Two important things to take from this if you want to save more money:
- Your loyalty discount keeps increasing up to 30% as your subscription continues without any breaks
- The subscriptions are cheaper if you purchase a longer period: 6-months, 12-months or 24-months. This way you can get your subscription for as little as 6.50 Euros/month ($8.45/month) and save a lot of money.

6.50 Euros/month ($8.45/month)... compare that to the cost of racing a single day the real thing! It's not much at all and you get loads of track time, effective training and lots of fun, every day of the week. Your racing skills will also rapidly improve such that the money you end up spending on the real thing becomes much more enjoyable and rewarding.
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That's less than I spend in fuel just to get to my local track and back for one day of racing.
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Im still trying to get my car set up so its driveable!!
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Have you looked for car setups in the tips & knowledge section? You can also find them per track and per car class.

Lot of fast guys are sharing their setups in the community.
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Im still trying to get my car set up so its driveable!!
which car is that? The default setups that you get when laoding the default car in any class should work pretty well although average. We all know how personal setup can be. Much is in setting up your radio too, right expo on steering, brake settings etc. Just like with the real thing.
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Originally Posted by Jeauxkor
Will any radio work? If so, how do you connect?
just hook the VRC-3NT adpator up to your receiver and it goes. Futaba PCM mode is not working I believe, switch to PPM. The 3NT adaptor works with all radios, cristal and 2.4GHz.
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