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Old 06-16-2007, 08:52 AM   #16
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getting my tamiya df02 fixed then ill be getting a nitro, still unsure what to get, i like the looks of the hyper 7, are parts easy to get online? also anyone got any comments on the duratrax nitro range?
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still gotta say HPI firestorm.. never underestimate the fire...
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Jammin X1-CR RTR great buggy for the money and you can upgrade to the pro or FTE (factory team edition) parts when you start breaking things
This is what i did, and im very happy with my Jammin X1-CR RTR now that it has been upgraded with almost every King Headz part i can get for it, and swapped out the stock mill for a Novarossi P5X with Jammin JP-3 pipe....
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www.ocmracing.com check this weapon out, just went test driving it today and its a awsum! handling buggy is available in the US if thats where you live, worth every penny. OCM Kaos DT-19
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www.ocmracing.com check this weapon out, just went test driving it today and its a awsum! handling buggy is available in the US if thats where you live, worth every penny. OCM Kaos DT-19
looks half Xray, and half Mugen....
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You mean there still are tracks where 1/10th trucks still show? They have all but dissappeared here. Unless they have been modified for oval racing.

I had an AD2, but when ya go to the races and there are 3 - 1/10 trucks, counting yourself, and the other 2 are "expert" level drivers. Ya can get frustrated. So I sold it and got a sportwerks mayhem pro!

SO MUCH EASIER TO DRIVE!

I say go 1/8 scale! Either buggy or truggy! And the Jammin RTR offerings in either will be a good idea!
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