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Old 01-30-2008, 08:28 AM   #1
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is there a big difference between the ST-R and ST-RR pro kits? If so what are they and can the ST-R be brought up to ST-RR specs?
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Old 01-30-2008, 09:04 AM   #2
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shocks and chassis length mainly , they sell an update kit , shocks seperate kinda lame
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chassis length is a big deal. how is the ST-R performance wise assuming your put the big-bore shocks on?
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The ST-R was good when it came out but to be honest the changes that have been made to make it an ST-RR (Chassis, BB Shocks, + more) make it a totally different truck. I honestly believe it is the best truggy on the market hands down performance wise. The added chassis length is the single biggest contributor to the upgraded performance from the ST-R. The Shocks being the second.
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Ryan, on your setups are the oils you use kyosho. and if i use losi is there a difference, like 70 kyosho is 60 losi?
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