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    New to RC

    Does anyone have advise on a car to buy? Have any of you ever raced the Schumacher Fusion 28????

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    RE: New to RC

    i have raced with one, at the track they are arite, but in a straight line thy kill.
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    RE: New to RC

    What do you mean in a stright line they kill???

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    RE: New to RC


    ORIGINAL: LaComa

    What do you mean in a stright line they kill???

    very fast out of the box, I used to have the fusion .21, dont know if the .28 has more top end speed but they are really fast.

    never raced mine, but a few people said they dont like turns too much.
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    RE: New to RC

    Welcome aboard, its a great hobby, but be very patient as it has its ups and down days...

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    RE: New to RC

    Welcome to a great hobby! I would recommend not going expensive for your first. I would say look at your local market and see what cars have the most support. As a beginner you will most likely need to purchase parts as you get better at driving. Also look at what classes the local guys are running if you want to compete. Hope this helped if you have more questions just ask...

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    RE: New to RC

    they are crazy fast in a straight line, but im not to sure abt track use, cuz the dude was like scared to go w.o.t.
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