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Old 03-15-2009, 09:23 PM   #61
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Well I got the motor in, I still need to take the buggy back apart and check every thing over, I will get a new exhaust maybe, but this will work for now.

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roller $50
motor, pipe, starter $120



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Old 03-15-2009, 11:49 PM   #62
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You post whether to get an electric or nitro eighth scale in the nitro forum.


What kind of answers do you think you will get?


electric>>>nitro anyday. it is the wave of the future in RC and full scale
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Go with what you will be able to race at your local track on a regular basis (if thats your goal). Our local outdoor track just now has a E-buggy class forming and for a long time those guys had to run with the nitros. Once the mains hit they would have to drop out due to not being able to go a full 30 minutes.
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