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Old 12-23-2008, 12:35 PM   #16
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Old 12-23-2008, 01:13 PM   #17
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depending on how much racing you plan on doing i like keeping one for spare..one with lipo and 1 w/gel..sometimes the heavy gel suits me better depending whats going on at the track but the lipos amust if much walkings involved(back&fourth to pits&back)
You need something like this. I use a husky one from Home Depot. Tool, fuel, starter box and radio in one bag hooked over the shoulder and truggy in the other hand.

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Old 12-23-2008, 01:14 PM   #18
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The blue box was king until the SMD Evo box came out - not sure you can get it in the US but its the boss now.

In essence a similar design but individual mounting points on each corner..and ...its ORANGE!!!!

http://www.s-m-d.co.uk/jbr-005-high-...-box-i332.html

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The blue box was king until the SMD Evo box came out - not sure you can get it in the US but its the boss now.

In essence a similar design but individual mounting points on each corner..and ...its ORANGE!!!!

http://www.s-m-d.co.uk/jbr-005-high-...-box-i332.html

That certainly looks awesome, but as far as performance goes, it's basically the same as the Truggy box, still, it looks awesome
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+3 or 4 or whatever it is. Ofna Truggy box only way to go. Mugen is good too.
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Old 12-23-2008, 08:46 PM   #21
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OFNA truggy is the best i have ever used.
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Old 12-24-2008, 08:22 AM   #22
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the evolution box looks like an orange ofna trug box..might not be bad but obviously the ofna box a more than the proven box. I swear i have so many boxes(just as does many of us)and the one that works without failure is the ofna truggy box(when batteries are good)
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OFNA!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-24-2008, 10:06 AM   #24
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I just ordered the Ofna blue truggy box
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I love my ofna chrome top box. Will start any engine and will last the whole race weekend on one charge with 12v gel cell. A little heavy though.

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i've got two truggy boxes now, one for each car but that evolution box looks sweet...ORANGE IS THE SHIZZ

also, did anyone else notice the front mounted switch? thats pretty awesome...can get annoying the truggy box switch likes to hide behind tires when a car is on it...only a minor inconveinience, but it's nice to see a "new" box have some changes for the better.
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I like my ofna chrome top for my buggy go .21 3port R and my Truggy Jpx .28 motor
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Ofna crome top or ofna truggy buggy box.
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Love my Ofna chrome top box. Strong motor and can pretty much turn anything over. The power box is nice to monitor battery level and the glow plug is awesome how you can adjust to power going to it to start those cold engines. The problem is that its wider than most and does not fit in tote bags that have a slot on the side for it, but I love it!
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