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Old 12-17-2009, 10:08 AM   #16
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Is that thing 1/8th or 1/10 scale??
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Go ahead: go on and on. The 150CC tank is legal. It IS wide and not at all the best truggy out there, but it is a truggy. Or please define a truggy for all of us who are dumb then!! PLEASE enlighten us............
Straight from there website "In only one short year, the "unlimited" monster truck racing class has exploded and grown into a full blown, legitimate class in which even factory drivers participate. Accompanying the sudden burst of interest in the class is a new crop of monster racing trucks"
So obviously it was built to race in the monster truck class not truggy sorry!!
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Straight from there website "In only one short year, the "unlimited" monster truck racing class has exploded and grown into a full blown, legitimate class in which even factory drivers participate. Accompanying the sudden burst of interest in the class is a new crop of monster racing trucks"
So obviously it was built to race in the monster truck class not truggy sorry!!

Hmmm... that class has been dropped from RC Pro Series... and it wouldn't have even been legal there due to the flat chassis.
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So if Traxxas slaps on a center diff on a Revo and calls it a pro kit, it's automatically a truggy? Exactly what XTM did with their truck...

Let's see... The turning circle is just hilarious, and the thing weighs a ton. Build quality is sub-par as Philips head screws are used everywhere on the truck and the plastic is brittle. It's just a total pain to work on.
Again, your talking about how good it is, not if it's a truggy or not. It's clearly 1/8 scale with center diff, flat chassis. REVO is not. I find in hilarious you wouldn't call it a truggy. Whatever.... Doesn't matter anyway: it's just a name.
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