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Old 10-15-2015, 03:23 PM   #16
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Non biased opinion here: Caster Rapture 2.0
INTECH ersc 10
Durango Desc10
Each one has amazing steering off the shelf.
+1 on Caster Rapture 2.0. Only limitation this truck has is how hard you can/will push it.
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Old 10-15-2015, 03:33 PM   #17
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Old 10-15-2015, 04:04 PM   #18
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Any of the high end sct will work it's all set up
And driver skill and a little luck..
I run a tekno 410.3 my buddy runs a scte 2.0 losi
A few sc10 at track but not as durable..hope this helps
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Old 11-04-2015, 03:49 PM   #19
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I have never been one to keep a vehicle I did not like thus I have gotten ride of some vehicles almost immediately. With that being said their are some kits that just have all the positives and for me the Caster Rapture 2.0 is one of these kits.

Amazing 4wd SCT. Tons of steering, tons of suspension, easy to drive, and tough would be a huge understatement.

If anyone is interested in a new 4wd SCT I would highly recommend looking into Caster's Rature 2.0. CRP plus is a great Caster dealer whom has a highly knowledgable owner whom provides top tier customer service.
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Have both the DESC10 and SCT410.3. I like the way the DESC10 "feels" also, it jumps better. Still love my Tekno, but I race the Durango.
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I vote for the Tekno for two reasons......First on an indoor track there are tight turns...The Tekno has amazing steering. Second the Tekno is so durable...you will not need parts.... Only upgrade u will need is aluminum wheel hexes and an alum. Servo arm. I got the Tbone racing front bumper for insurance.... The only thing I wore out is the tiny pins for the cvs/cva..... It has been cheap to keep and performs....
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