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Old 11-05-2019
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Default Intech ER-12M, Team C T02 or Spyder SRX-2?

Looks like I have to approach this another way

Which one would you choose if you ran mostly on a dirt track, and why?
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I think that you need to go to your local track and see what the guys there are running...always best to use a popular car, for set up, spares etc..
The cars you mention are not common in the UK nor are dirt tracks.....so, seek local advice..
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The TeamC is a good car but Absima (EU distributor) have been slowly winding down there range of TeamC cars so parts support might not be around much longer.

Parts support for the Serpent shouldn't be an issue as there is a UK distro in the form of Rude bits.


I've used the ER-12 2.0 for a while now, it's Intech's copy of the Durango DEX210 so quite a few parts are similar, some are different enough though. It's still competitive and has been durable enough in the time I've ran it. The original ER-12 is much, much closer to the Durango than the 2.0.

You can convert it to a 3 gear standup car or if your not afraid to spend money and modify some bits, you can fit a complete 3 gear laydown transmission from the PR S1 V3 (FM). I done it just for the hell of it, of course to some people it's easier just buying a car out of the box. There is no UK support but there are a couple of EU retailers that will post to the UK.
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