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Old 02-27-2009, 01:33 PM   #1
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Does the Crt X2 RTR and the pro use the same chassis? looked on ofna's site, but could not find anything. It says the RTR has 3mm chassis but that was all I could find.
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I dont think so, I know on the X1 the chassis was different.
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the chassis is not the same ....i wouldnt figure the aluminum parts are either ...ive had a x1crt rtr and kit they are way different ...the x2 kit is top notch as well
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