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Old 07-06-2007, 03:10 PM   #1
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is the box worth the money?
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It's a nice box and made well. Is it worth the money? That's up to you.
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Worth every penny.
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I meant, there are cheaper priced ones out there. Do they function the same?
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i have had a mugen and it was a nice box, but when i bought a 1/10 gas truck i also got a AE box, a lil while later i went all 1/8 and liked the ae box so much that i just sold the mugen and now only use the AE box...
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Mugen box works great. RC Compound had them on a special blow-out a few weeks back for like $75 because he ordered too many. At that price they are a steal ...LOL
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I meant, there are cheaper priced ones out there. Do they function the same?
The basic function is the same for all boxes. It's the quality of the materials that you are buying. A good box lasts a very long time. I have an old OFNA 1/10 box that is eight years old and outlived two batteries. My newest is a Himoto box I got at a hobby show for $30 but it normally sells for around $60 like Dynamite's and OFNA's. It works but the switch melted once. Had to run all over to find one that fit (an OFNA).
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