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Old 01-28-2010, 01:36 PM   #16
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Any of these designs can win a race and do it consistently. The bigger companies, have more fully sponsored drivers and they are the ones that find all the little chassis tuning tweaks and all the little custom tweaks that end up in the set up sheets and sometimes on the cars them selves. So the only real advantage to owning one of the more popular name brands is online set up information and minor parts changes that get introduced over time. I like running less popular race cars and not falling into the Losi and Associated mold but you have to admit, if your ready to buy something new and different it is getting harder every year to decide.
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Old 08-01-2010, 03:06 PM   #17
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I really enjoy seeing the new innovative designs continue to come into the market. Some of the larger company designs have innovations learned from smaller companies, and visa-versa.

However, regardless of how awesome a new buggy may be, unfortunately it takes top drivers on payroll to win the hardware that matters most. Those drivers could do well with even a brick on wheels.

Fortunately for racers who would rather have something alternative to the big 3 or 4 companys, without skimping on quality or driveability, there is a growing selection to choose from.
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Old 08-01-2010, 03:09 PM   #18
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I was thinking more like a Hyper 9
whoa whoa whoa dont compare that thing to my baby.....just kiddn

i think it looks cool ......
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who sells them here in the states? its a good looking car in the pics.
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No one as far as I know. I could probably get you one if you really wanted.
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No one as far as I know. I could probably get you one if you really wanted.
You should be proud to tell people that this new Innovative buggy that they are all talking about is just a new European name for Caster. Let people say stupid things and bash all they want, those of us who know you and your dedicated ways know you will have the last laugh in the end
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