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Old 02-14-2008, 10:12 AM   #1
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Hey Guy's, I'm a local racer looking for a nice 1/10 Stadium truck (nitro) . I've been through ad2 heaven and I enjoy all of losi's stuff... But I've heard great things about the gt2 really great things... And Although I'm winning with the ad2 against smaller competition I'm looking to go BIG... I really want a faster truck that can out turn and out accelerate the competition... I just wonder if a gt2 would be a better choice, even though my TZINATED LOSI KICKS LOCAL BUTT... Any suggestions?
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Old 02-14-2008, 10:19 AM   #2
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Work on your driving skills rather than hoping that the competitors chassis is "that much better" My 2 cents...
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Old 02-14-2008, 10:28 AM   #3
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I think u need the new roar tq chassis kit for the ad2. http://www.losi.com/Products/Feature...rodId=LOSA0911 it is more driver, and equipment up keep that wins races. Now if u were running a traxxas nitro sport then yeah I would upgrade. lol
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I don't want this to sound too bad so I will just skirt the issue a little...

I have noticed a few racers switch brands of buggies because they "don't like the way it handles." So they go out and buy a new buggy and guess what... they finish the next race in exactly the same position as with the old buggy. Not any faster, not any slower.

Now if you just simply just want to try something different no one is holding you back.
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The GT2 gives you more motor options with either standard or SG crank motors fitting the bill. Novarossi has the all new N12ST built for a truck like the GT2 , SG crank , rotary carb, based on the legendary MT12 motor.....Strength i dont think their is much difference between the two.

Woops i just read the origional post again, you have a AD2 , mate keep it and keep on the AD2 thread , user madracer is a fellow aussie i have raced with and is on the ball when it comes to little things you can do to improve your truck..
which engine /pipe , servo combo are you running......
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