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Old 05-20-2009, 06:22 PM   #1
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i want recommendation for a beginner nitro car. i previous expirience with electric, i've have a traxxas slash with a sidewider combo in it, and i have owned a team associated t4 truck. i'm looking for a car that i can drive on grass asphalt and dirt. i do not do any track running
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if you arent planing on any track time i would get a monster truck. im not sure what monsters are good or not but i do know that they have the speed and can go almost anywhere
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a t-maxx would be good for a basher/beginner
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A CRT .5 would be a fun starter car. Oli filled diffs, starter box...done.
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get a savage x 4.6. This truck is the toughest on the market and plenty of power. The 4.6 is easy to tune and runs long and strong. It can't handle for two shits but you can jump it over your house with no breakages.
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I would recommend the HPI Savage or Traxxas T-Maxx
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