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Old 08-13-2009, 10:21 AM   #1
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I am looking at the following bodies for the Losi 2.0 8ight Buggy and Truggy. It appears that they don't have cutouts for the gas tank or the engine head. Am I supposed to cut them out myself or are they prenotched so they are easy to remove.

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they are all scored with a line for you to know where to cut out
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they are all scored with a line for you to know where to cut out
Are they easy to remove (like a chad on a voting card) or do you still need a box cutter or equivalent to remove?

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Are they easy to remove (like a chad on a voting card) or do you still need a box cutter or equivalent to remove?

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It's like cutting lexan, like on a regular body, the best thing to do is make a whole it the area where you want to cut with an exacto knife then take scissors to cut it roughly and go back with a dremel and make it smooth and nice
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