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Turnigy TD10 V2 1/10 Touring Car. Race upgrade Help

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Old 02-26-2018, 02:26 PM
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Default Turnigy TD10 V2 1/10 Touring Car. Race upgrade Help

Hello everyone, I know this kit has several different names aka sakura but, this is basically the kit I am getting. I am planning to upgrade gradually with ally parts and racing spec electrics. I know I can get a better car but upgarding my first cheap rc is kind of the thrill for me, I wont be selling my 1st ever Rc car. Can anyone give me a list to race spec electric parts ie brushless kit, battery, servo and a balanced gear ratio (spur and pinion) for tight track.

Thank you in advance Darren
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Old 02-26-2018, 07:28 PM
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Might want to suggest price of the budget for electronics.

I would highly recommend taking a trip to where you plan on racing, and see what is commonly raced, or if there is a limit on the kv, or turns of the motor. This is going to give you more insight on what is better suited than any of us could provide, I might suggest a 3000kv motor where-as all the racers at the track run 6000kv.

One thing for sure though, is you will want a sensored setup, it helps with smoothening out the low rpm power band and id say a necessity if youre looking to race.
As this is a first rc for you, I would suggest to purchase extra parts as you're likely to crash.

I know this isnt very specific, but walking around the pits and getting an idea on what the top cars are running really is the best way to get a judge of what electronics you need, and from there we can make suggestions.
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Thank you for your advice. I will be visiting my local club for more info. Cheers
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