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Old 02-09-2008, 07:24 PM   #931
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what kind of reciever packs work with ocm buggy
will a hump pack work,or side by side pack
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Old 02-09-2008, 07:29 PM   #932
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what kind of reciever packs work with ocm buggy
will a hump pack work,or side by side pack
they will both work...the battery box on the ocm is huge...
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what kind of reciever packs work with ocm buggy
will a hump pack work,or side by side pack
You can fit in two flat or hump packs in there there BTW has any magazine reviewed the OCM buggy? RCCarAction?
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Old 02-10-2008, 02:13 PM   #934
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xtreme rc mag did a review on the first gen buggy. It actually got good scores and did very well. I will most likely get another on out to some mags since we are so much further along at this point!
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Old 02-11-2008, 12:45 PM   #935
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guys...i have an ocm buggy for sale... it has less than three gallons on it... buggy is in very good shape and is very fast. i will take 200 for it!

email me at rcpro27z@gmail.com for questions...

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guys...i have an ocm buggy for sale... it has less than three gallons on it... buggy is in very good shape and is very fast. i will take 200 for it!

email me at rcpro27z@gmail.com for questions...

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Old 02-11-2008, 05:44 PM   #938
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Hey just curious on the buggy are you running the stock rear sway bars, different ones, or no sway bar at all.

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Hey just curious on the buggy are you running the stock rear sway bars, different ones, or no sway bar at all.

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I'm a newbie in 1/8 Offroad. While I was playing 1/10 EP onroad, swaybars really helped a lot (faster ohh so manuevarable while exiting corners). As for the OCM buggy (which I have and tenderly love), I haven't noticed a difference. Probably I need to choose the correct tires before playing with swaybars Just want to share my experience
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I usually run with my sway bars on....unlessit's a REALLY small tight track...I may undo the front.
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You run the stock one in the rear too or different size?
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You run the stock one in the rear too or different size?
Stock all the way around.
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All right sounds great, ill go ahead and give that a try.
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JamminJake, I also run stock swaybars all the way around. they work great, you can fine tune them by adjusting where the swaybar mount is located on the swaybar.
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I use stock 90% of time, if track is small and tight I may go smaller.....

Buggy should be good out of box for you Jake.
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