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Old 04-08-2010, 03:01 AM   #1
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I am currently driving a jammin x2 truggy but intend to try a GS XUT Truggy as my friend is selling cheap.

But I heard there's oversteer n parts problem? Anyone can advise me?
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I am currently driving a jammin x2 truggy but intend to try a GS XUT Truggy as my friend is selling cheap.

But I heard there's oversteer n parts problem? Anyone can advise me?
you are way better off with the Jammin x2
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you are way better off with the Jammin x2
Any reasons why?
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u'd be better with the x2 to because it's a newer truck then the GS. Plus the GS has a shorter wheel base. It's an old design, its from when all that was really going on in the industry is taking the buggy throwing longer spindles on it and put larger wheels on it. if your looking for a basher vehicle then I would suggest the GS but I would not make it your primary race vehicle unless your truely just bored with the X2. Note: Gonna have a hard time finding parts when you need them.
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u'd be better with the x2 to because it's a newer truck then the GS. Plus the GS has a shorter wheel base. It's an old design, its from when all that was really going on in the industry is taking the buggy throwing longer spindles on it and put larger wheels on it. if your looking for a basher vehicle then I would suggest the GS but I would not make it your primary race vehicle unless your truely just bored with the X2. Note: Gonna have a hard time finding parts when you need them.
Ok man thx
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