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Old 02-25-2008, 01:28 AM   #1
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Old 02-25-2008, 01:39 AM   #2
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xray XT8


Very good quality and durable as snot


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Kyosho ST-RR, Mugen MTX5, Xray XT8.

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is the losi 8ight any good
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is the losi 8ight any good
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I use both the 8ight B and T. The truggy is really durable, easy to work on, jumps like a kangaroo, turns sharper than a surgical knife and has one of the slickest looking looking bodies on a truggy! very cool truck!
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Hands down mugen mbx5t prospec. I bought one and it truely is amazing at how durable it is. When I started I drove very poorly as I was a newb. People were so amazed with how well it held up atleast 3 other people bought one at my track after seeing how well mine held up. It also handles very well, is easy to work on, plenty of adjustments to fine tune it and literally needs no hop ups!
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Mugen MBX5T Prospec! Right out of the box you'll be in the a-main easily. Build it to the factory spec and all you'll ever need to do is adjust the ride height and camber. Truck is flawless.


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Jammin X1 or wait for the X2.
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The losi is great. It is the most bang for your buck as a rtr.
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Kyosho ST-RR!! Mine is the ST-R with the extended chassis. I need to upgrade the shocks, and use the offset hubs and mount the new body, and you have the ST-RR. check it out.


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Save yourself some money and get the Jammin
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MBX5T Prospec is the ONLY way to go

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