Thank you for your answers 😉
For the Cat, I know the optional transmission is necessary to mount a big motor.
I know the manual isn’t like a Tamiya manual... I like the simplicity of Tamiya manuals. It’s a pleasure to build a Tamiya car and certainly an Egress.
I like the Tamiya philosophy : nice box, clear manual, pretty parts and body.
To resume with a CAT XLS it’s more complicated to assemblate the car but it’s a real race car, designed for that and really performing. It’s possible to set dampers positions, toe in and out but is it possible to adjust the camber on front and rear ?
I feared the weight of the Egress... in the beginning I wanted a Avante 2011 but the obligatory options (steering, ball diff), the weight, the dampers positions and the reliability cooled me.
The Egress haven’t correct this disadvantages ?
The Egress isn’t enough performing on carpet and astro ?