Tamiya TG-10

Tamiya TG-10

Post by Jujo » Sat, 23 Jan 1999 04:00:00



I was at my local hobby shop the other day and this car cught my eye i
read a artical on in the febuary issue of car action.

Overall they  gave this car a good rating.
My question is what are the bad and goods about this car ? The guy at
the hobby shop said that this is starter car for people just entering
the hobby but the way he said it was like in a bad way...

I'm in the maket for my second car which i want to hop-up to the max am
not much into racing but more into class and look am looking into this
two cars. which one would you guyz suggest.

1-HPI Super Nitro w/ford F150 body
2-Tamya TG-10

I already own The Megatech touring sedan it pretty nice but i already
installed all hop-ups they have to offer,i got lots of flack over this
car about how shitty it is but i havn't had any problems with it so am
still trying to  figure out what so shitty about it. Anyway i hope you
pros can point me in the right direction..

Thank you
Jujo

 
 
 

Tamiya TG-10

Post by Dollar Seo » Sat, 23 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Hi,

   I would recommend the TG-10 because I owned one.
I have a group of people who are playing it and found out that this car(TG-10) is good as it has beaten the superten with same engine. After all, this car is shrft driven, unlike the latest technology cars which used belt but who cares.

  This car is good for it own class rac, but not for open class.
As it is designed to just fit on the muffler and not tuned pipe and you need to do other modification to fit on the tuned pipe.

Quote:

>I was at my local hobby shop the other day and this car cught my eye i
>read a artical on in the febuary issue of car action.

>Overall they  gave this car a good rating.
>My question is what are the bad and goods about this car ? The guy at
>the hobby shop said that this is starter car for people just entering
>the hobby but the way he said it was like in a bad way...

>I'm in the maket for my second car which i want to hop-up to the max am
>not much into racing but more into class and look am looking into this
>two cars. which one would you guyz suggest.

>1-HPI Super Nitro w/ford F150 body
>2-Tamya TG-10

>I already own The Megatech touring sedan it pretty nice but i already
>installed all hop-ups they have to offer,i got lots of flack over this
>car about how shitty it is but i havn't had any problems with it so am
>still trying to  figure out what so shitty about it. Anyway i hope you
>pros can point me in the right direction..

>Thank you
>Jujo


 
 
 

Tamiya TG-10

Post by Pete » Sat, 23 Jan 1999 04:00:00


I have an OS LD engine w/ MIP pipe installed on my TG10.  It runs and handles perfectly!
Quote:

> Hi,

>    I would recommend the TG-10 because I owned one.
> I have a group of people who are playing it and found out that this car(TG-10) is good as it has beaten the superten with same engine. After all, this car is shrft driven, unlike the latest technology cars which used belt but who cares.

>   This car is good for it own class rac, but not for open class.
> As it is designed to just fit on the muffler and not tuned pipe and you need to do other modification to fit on the tuned pipe.


> >I was at my local hobby shop the other day and this car cught my eye i
> >read a artical on in the febuary issue of car action.

> >Overall they  gave this car a good rating.
> >My question is what are the bad and goods about this car ? The guy at
> >the hobby shop said that this is starter car for people just entering
> >the hobby but the way he said it was like in a bad way...

> >I'm in the maket for my second car which i want to hop-up to the max am
> >not much into racing but more into class and look am looking into this
> >two cars. which one would you guyz suggest.

> >1-HPI Super Nitro w/ford F150 body
> >2-Tamya TG-10

> >I already own The Megatech touring sedan it pretty nice but i already
> >installed all hop-ups they have to offer,i got lots of flack over this
> >car about how shitty it is but i havn't had any problems with it so am
> >still trying to  figure out what so shitty about it. Anyway i hope you
> >pros can point me in the right direction..

> >Thank you
> >Jujo

 
 
 

Tamiya TG-10

Post by Scott Lohne » Sun, 24 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> I was at my local hobby shop the other day and this car cught my eye i
> read a artical on in the febuary issue of car action.

> Overall they  gave this car a good rating.

Don't let this throw you.  RCCA gives everything it reviews a good rating...

I don't know anything about the TG-10 but make sure you check it out as RCCA
is about as reliable as a '76 Pinto in a demolition derby in terms of their
reviews!  :)