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Old 08-08-2013, 10:16 PM   #31
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(Atsushi hara voice) New buggy is HUGE GOOD!!
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Will definitely be getting into 4wd mod after seeing this car. Looks amazing. Can't wait
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I just built a D8T and love the value and quality of Hotbodies RC's. If this little guy is priced right Im pretty sure I'll be adding another car to my collection!
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Old 08-09-2013, 07:15 AM   #36
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Pretty skunk works-looking to me!

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Interesting, all of the electronics on one side...full size pack or maybe shorty on the other side? Clearly no saddle right?
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Looks like it has all electronics besides the servo on one side and a shorty pack on the other.
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Beat me too it.lol
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Looks a little funky in a good way,, glad they are trying something different, and by the kid's lap times looks like they got it right. I would be a little concerned of popping off a shock though with those shock caps. TLR must be peeing their pants.
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Looks cool, I think roar rules specify state a saddlepack must be used for 4wd buggy. I could be clearly wrong, I have never ran the class so I dont pay much attention to the rules for it.
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Looks cool, I think roar rules specify state a saddlepack must be used for 4wd buggy. I could be clearly wrong, I have never ran the class so I dont pay much attention to the rules for it.
I thought so as well. I know that for at least 1 race Tebo had the ZX6 in a similar configuration (or so it appeared). He is running saddles now.

I don't know of a way to fit a full sized pack on 1 side of the car and still have room for even a short servo.

It looks like a good car is stinking fast.
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Looks cool, I think roar rules specify state a saddlepack must be used for 4wd buggy. I could be clearly wrong, I have never ran the class so I dont pay much attention to the rules for it.
While I dont know the roar rules at all, I would highly doubt HB would be using a layout that didn't fit into the rules so I doubt roar dictates saddles must be used. The old XXX used stick packs, some of old the Kyosho stuff used stick packs as well.
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