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Old 10-08-2008, 02:40 PM   #1
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What is the best starter box out there that will work with the Losi Eight?
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Old 10-08-2008, 02:54 PM   #2
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I used the Ofna truggy box on my Eight Buggy. It will start a hemi!!
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Old 10-08-2008, 09:20 PM   #3
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for sure .. I have 2 8ight boxes (selling one of course)and an ofna truggy box and rarely use my 8ight boxes
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That's the ticket, the Ofna Blue box. takes stick pack or 12 volt, light as hell, easy to set up
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I use the silver OFNA box...I had to grind down the flywheel area on the chassis a little to make it work, but it works great
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i used a ae box on my mbx5r and it works great. really easy to setup and runs for ever on 2 3300mah 6cell nimh
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Brian, currently there isn't a stronger, more user friendly or easy to adjust box then the Ofna Truggy Start blue box. As said above it will start ANY new engine without the need to preheat. I don't care how tight it is.

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Brian, currently there isn't a stronger, more user friendly or easy to adjust box then the Ofna Truggy Start blue box. As said above it will start ANY new engine without the need to preheat. I don't care how tight it is.

Moeny well spent IMO
I second or third that or whatever and top it off with a 14.8 lipo and its very lightweight and will start ANY motor
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