New to Stock Class
Posted 05 July 2013 - 02:19 AM
Posted 05 July 2013 - 07:16 PM
A Grey Ghost is like a Phantom 2.0 (Much like the RTR Gargoyle). So if you want a better Phantom get a Grey Ghost.
A lot of people will go from a Phantom to a Grey Ghost.
Tips? Have fun... Move up, never get into a paint slinging match. Practice changing 12ies if you're new to it, it can take some getting used to.
Decide what kind of changer you'll be using, a drop out is different from a bucket. If you're adventurous try a lever. I prefer pump changer but you'll be hard pressed to find one.
Edited by bowmasta, 05 July 2013 - 07:16 PM.
Posted 06 July 2013 - 06:32 PM
While the ghosts are cool, They are a bit more niche,
Phantoms are awesome because you can find an AMAZING condition phantom on the BST between 250 and 300 with practically All the goodies while a brand new one would be 400$ by the time you add it all up. Personally I would say get a phantom, the best part about them is that if there is something you dont like about it...change it.
that being said, both are great stock class markers and use the same design. the Ghost is a more refined phantom, So if you just starting, you may not actually notice, or have enough time using the engine design to notice the changes the ghost made to the phantom. Like anything new, I say you should start by saving what pennies you can, and if you really enjoy it. then get yourself something fancy
My first tip when going full blown stock class.
Take your time, Dont get frustrated, and OBSERVE. (Like sherlock says, You see but you dont observe) Every time you get eliminated, figure out why. dont just let a stray ball hit you or someone push you out of a bunker, find out what they did that got the better of you. and figure out how to counter it. Stock class is also secretly named "Kicking you're Ego's Ass all over the place in 3...2....1..." because you will be punished for every mistake you make.
And most of all. HAVE FUN. who cares if you get hit 99 more times then you hit someone else, you out there blasting paint and dodging shots. enjoy it
Edited by Eskimo, 06 July 2013 - 06:34 PM.
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