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Old 03-09-2010, 04:50 PM   #1
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Default 1/8 Scale Buggy Thread!! Strictly for 1/8 Scale nitro buggies...

Just thought it was time someone made one of these lol... Well to start it off, what does everyone think is the buggy to be running for this upcoming outdoor season??
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The 8ight 2.0, S811x, D8, MBX6, MP9, XB808 2010 spec, that list goes on.
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Old 03-09-2010, 05:01 PM   #3
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well the track i go to during the outdoor season , theres mantly losi eights 1.0 and 2.0 , rc8 b rc8t. maybe more of them this year, a couple of xray buggies.

i have seen one kyosho mp9 last year , a couple of jammin buggy/truggys.
im hopeing to see somebody, show up and race a serpent buggy.


it gets old racing againest, the same manf buggys/truggys.
and hopelly more hot, bodies buggys/truggys.
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I am going to be racing the mbx6
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anyone heard anything special about the SH Z-Car 1/8 scale buggy??? I heard good things about it but idk how its gonna compare to the MBX6, Losi 2.0, RC8, etc.
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I personally am not a fan of the car also though I have never owned one. They have some interesting ideas, but no one locally seemed to have made it work for them. I personally like to have a car that I can have local support with. Something that the Z car has not had at my local tracks
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Take a good look at the Tamiya TRF801X it is a great buggy. I absolutely love mine. The car is real easy to drive, stays very planted, and has quality parts. You can also get great support on the forums aswell. I have drove several cars and my last car was the Xray 808 and it was a great car however since I have gotten the Tamiya I have gotten faster. Hope this helps and hope you find the right car for you.
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