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Let's go onroad racing part 1

One of the things that people say about 1/10 onroad is that it's an expensive class. The truth is that at a club level 1/10 onroad ...


One of the things that people say about 1/10 onroad is that it's an expensive class. The truth is that at a club level 1/10 onroad is probably the cheapest class to run nowadays.

Older models that are still great chassis can be bought of eBay or forums. These cars are more than competent of winning at a club, and cheap brushless systems and lipos are unbeatable for reliability, ease of maintenance and speed.

Over the next few updates I'm going to take an old chassis and take it racing at my local club.

So, to start here is the old car I'm going to run. It's a TRF415 msx. It's an old runner and it's had a hard life but it's also the chassis design that helped Marc Rheinard power to the 1/10 world championship.

Looking on eBay and forums these go for around £50-£75ish which is cheap when you consider all of the goodies that comes with it.

Importantly the majority of spares are easy to come by.

So here it is in its glory. Ready to be cleaned and made race ready.


Next update soon
Trf415 4236314004772299520

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