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Old 12-18-2008, 07:41 PM   #1
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I bought the muggy a while back for bashing, just wondering if they race them in nitro cause im more of an eletric guy. Thanks
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it was not designed for racing more just for bashing..
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The Muggy is a nice basher and yes you can run it in the Truggy class but If I give you a Truggy and then a Muggy I would say your lap times would be a FEW seconds faster a lap with a Truggy. I am not bashing your Muggy but believe me you WOULD be faster with a Truggy.
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A guy had one at our local track. It was too fast to run with the Monster trucks, and too slow to run in the Truggy class.
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i race a a muggy after i do some work on it. i think it will do fine for racing. change the engine out for a novarossi engine or my bad ass ninja and it will do fine not the os based one ether.
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Not really designed for racing. It could be raced in a pinch but it would be alot slower than a racing truggy.
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o ok thanks guys
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go with a truggy if you can you will be much happier!
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