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Old 13-02-2012
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Default RC10B44.1 vs DEX410V3 vs TRF502X

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  • Parts availability in NSW
  • Potential
  • Durability
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Star mark of each model above from each POV probably will help me to understand which one is better over the other. Help please
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I would say FS2 SP

Especially parts availability in Europe.
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I would say FS2 SP

Especially parts availability in Europe.
you mean kyosho? in australia?
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Oops, my bad. Don't know anything about Kyosho parts availability in Australia.

But I love the car and Kyosho quality. Tried a lot of others cars and keep coming back to Kyosho.
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I have found it is probably easier to just order your spares from a-main in the states. arrives within 7-10 days and you dont get ripped off on price either. I really dont know where the aussie hobby shops get their prices from!
go with the associated by the way
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