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Old 12-07-2018
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Default Tm2 v2 still competitive?

Hi all. After some opinions on this. I was going to buy a tm2 v3 but because I canít find where to get one from and I didnít see a huge difference between that and My tm2 v2 I thought I would not bother getting one and continue with my v2. I wondered if people still think itís still competitive on carpet against the likes of the cougar kc and b6.1 etc ?. Whatís do people think on this ?.
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Old 16-07-2018
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On high grip it's a match for anything. Fitting the RW conversion makes it more driveable when the grip falls a bit, but on lower grip tracks it loses out. On high grip astro and indoor EOS type carpet it's fine.
I haven't seen a V3. You could order one direct from Team C web site in China I think. But better to convert your TM2 to the RW.
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Old 20-07-2018
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Canít find the price of the rw conversion. Looking at the price of the second hand cars I might just buy a complete used car
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Old 20-07-2018
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on ebay was RW conversion, I saw it yesterday
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Old 20-07-2018
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Seen it and on eBay now. Thanks
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