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Old 06-05-2007, 12:09 AM   #16
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the buggy im running at this moment is a jammin X1CR rtr, at the stage its at now its a great buggy...i just had to go through so much money and upgrading cause of broken parts, and fast worn out parts that i could have just put the money into buying a pro level kit and had every thing over with on the spot....however i wish you luck with whatever you choose, and the main thing is just to have fun with rc'ing...
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Old 06-05-2007, 09:19 AM   #18
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I know that the hyper st is the best RTR truggy of all.
It get jused in competition, and everybody in Norway will recommend it!
Some of you say, that RTR is just crap... IT IS NOT!!
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Old 06-05-2007, 01:06 PM   #19
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thanks for the comment.

my first truggy is going to be the ofna hyper st rtr. it fits my needs and the price is in my range. probably won't get it for a while (couple weeks) but when i do, it should be a great buggy.

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thanks for the comment.

my first truggy is going to be the ofna hyper st rtr. it fits my needs and the price is in my range. probably won't get it for a while (couple weeks) but when i do, it should be a great buggy.

thanks.
My first buggy was the VTX B1 RTR ive put a different motor in it out of the losi 8 and i like it im racing it and am pretty competitive with it an d haveing fun doing it
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