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Old 10-23-2009, 01:10 PM   #1
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Hi, In your opinion, which truggy is the best choice.

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Hi, In your opinion, which truggy is the best choice.

Tank's
Insert what ever I drive here _______________.

This is like ford vs gmc, nothing good will come out of this. Test drive them and find one that suits your driving needs and the LHS also has parts far.
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Insert what ever I drive here _______________.

This is like ford vs gmc, nothing good will come out of this. Test drive them and find one that suits your driving needs and the LHS also has parts far.
Anything but Losi. lol
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Anything but Losi. lol
See what I mean, he just proved my point.
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right now the mugen and the losi would be the better choices since they are the newest designs, but would imagine the other manufactures are gonna produce new trucks sometime in the near future
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Mugen and Losi are by far the best choices out there right now. You cant go wrong either way.
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the best driving ? the best jumping ? the best drivetrain ? the best what ?


i like Kyosho cars as many others do
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I think the best bang for the buck is the Mugen mbx6t.
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My vote goes for Mugen... very high quality product at a very reasonable price.
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Ok tank's.
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Mbx6t d8t losi8t
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Xray and Mugen, both are far more durable than any of the other brands.

Do you plan to race or bash? What's you're experience level? Are you looking for a RTR or kit?
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Xray and Mugen, both are far more durable than any of the other brands.

Do you plan to race or bash? What's you're experience level? Are you looking for a RTR or kit?
A race pro kit.
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lol these fighting threads are a dime a dozen. lol but since i'm here i mine as well add some nitro to the fire!

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