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Old 07-13-2009, 07:45 PM   #31
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just skimmed real fast cuz its getting late, will be back to read more in depth in the morning, but as far as extra's i priced in that 850$, it was the alum servo arm, the new servo - z9100t, shock service kit, and a set of wrenches and spare set of screws
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you can beat the 2.0 RTR for the RTR crowd. it'll beat many kits i assure you. i dont like nitro but i bought 1 so i could race with my 'nitro buddies' just for that reason. make no mistake and enjoy this ride

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Old 07-13-2009, 09:23 PM   #33
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ok, so if i decided to wait a little bit longer and go for a race roller 8, any recommendations on what kind of power and pipe to put in it? i can handle the electrics and servos from the earlier comments.

the track we have out here is short and twisty, if that matters at all.
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bump for great justice!
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y, when the RTR is on point w/the kit. oh so the chassis wasnt hogged out for flex tuning (still laugh at that coming from 'stiffizel' to 'flex tuned'). they have composite braces that help give some flex. who cares about pretty shock towers when ur out front on ur driving merits. if u have ur own radio and box, and some electrics like good servos. ok. but if not. RTR. i'm gonna run the RTR just b/c i wont put much time into nitro. and heck a few of us includin 1 losi back driver here out east are going to do it just to show folks that the RTR can more than play the game.

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