I can only say one bad thing about the RC10 GT.......I bought mine 3 years ago and the team associated kit came with the tub chassis at that time. It is very space restricting, and inconvenient making it very hard to adjust the engine to accomodate for larger/smaller spur gears. Since I baught mine, they have switched to the upgraded blue anodized chassis (Bout time!!) I paired my RC10 with an O.S. .15 CVX and it flew. If they havent done this already, I would upgrade the clutch to a 4 shoe flywheel......especially if you are going to a larger motor. If you are going to be a crasher.... look into a better servo saver for the steering servo. Oh yeah, the absolute best thing about this car is..... in just about every shop that deals in nitro carries just about EVERY part to this car so that you could almost build one from scratch right out of their stock!! I LOVE THIS.
After 3 good years of thrashing the RC10-GT, it is time to pass on the fun of this car to my step-daughter. As soon as she saw the new Savage 21 come into the family,
she saw the immediate opening with the GT. She will probably by a toyota supra, or porsche 911 turbo body for it.....
I have to say, this HPI Savage 21 4X4 is damned fast, handles like a stadium truck, and soars like an eagle. I know this thing is going to be a whole lotta fun. I have never seen something so fast, so stable, and so big. Enjoy your GT!!