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Does the Trinity T-spec kit (car olny) come pre assembled, because on tower hobbies it says that " This is the 1/10 scale electric powered, radio controlled, 4WD Trinity T-Spec On-Road almost ready to run Car." Thier using the phrase "almost ready to run Car" leads me to believe that it does come pre-assembled.
 

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You can get it pre assembled as a roller with no electronics or body. Or you can get it pre assembled as a roller with a body, 19 turn motor, and a trinity spec battery. I do not think you can buy it as a unassembled kit.


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Actual trinity add: :thumbsup:

Trinity T-SPEC
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Features include: Spec Motor, Spec battery pack, T-Spec body, Shaft Drive, Aluminum Drive Shaft, Aluminum Drive Couplers, Ball Differentials, Pillow Ball Suspension, Adjustable Caster, Adjustable Camber, Adjustable Toe In/Out, Front & Rear Droop Screws, Ball Bearings, Threaded Body Oil Filled Shocks, Heat Sink Motor Clamp, Stick or Saddle Pack, Rear Sway Bar and Motor Heat Sink.

TRI90003 - $159.99 (Car Kit Only)
TRI90004 - $199.99 (Car Kit with Motor, Battery and Body)
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 · (Edited)
yeah, I was going to go with the one with no electronics, and buy a Futaba 2PH that comes with a steering servo, A duratrax Streak esc, A Trinity caliber 12t double motor, and a Pro-Line 190mm FX body From tower hobbies For A grand total of $224.95. Sounds like a good setup to me. :p
By the way, where'd you get your advitar?
 
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