I would Prolly like the new durango 04 just to try it out and then if i don't like it the limited pavidis edition. but yeah i would like to give the o4 durango a shot i'm sure it's really good but i'd just like to have a different body design then that thing that comes w/ it/.
looks like they're still using cat 3000 arms not that hard to find...but they said they'd be new supsension arms...probably made from delrin and schumacher cvd's and hub carriers...still not that hard to find...as for shock towers...i saw the shock towers on romster's padivis edition and they're like a 1/4 inch thick!! no problem...you would just need a credit card just in case
I used to race 4wd modified with a Kyosho Optima (pre mid and Chain drive).
I am now stuck in Canada and there are a very limited number of tracks and hobby shops here.
I believe that AE needs to build a 4wd buggy to compete with the xxx-4 and that then the market would be created that they claim is not there. (I know what I am saying is old news)
I just wish there were significantly more people into RC (as there were in the 80ies). My vote a favourite RC 4wd buggy goes to the XXX-4. I have a XXX-t and just sold my T4 because of durability issues. I also have a bunch of Emaxxes that I feel are a waste of time and money (but my wife wanted one).
Does Kyosho supply parts to hobby shops in the US well enough?? In canada they will not even confirm shipments they just say if its not there within 6 weeks we do not have one.