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Old 05-04-2010, 07:18 AM   #1
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ok so i have 3 tot chosse from. a hot modded +5, rb c3 and c4. gonna be running 1/8 buggy offraod. need good run times. so, what ya think?
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Old 05-04-2010, 07:46 AM   #2
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Nova plus 4! I take fuel at 10 minutes with no worries. Sorry it's not one of the ones you have to choose from.
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yeah, run time isnt to bad on alot of engines. i get 10 on my losi 350 w/ turbo head. thought about getting a js race prep but it seems like everyone at the track has one. i use to use a rb c4 about 10 years ago when i raced 1/8 buggy oval. i have access to a c3, c4 and the +5 hot mod and a modded jp. but from what i have checked on the jp, its a fuel hog. i know the c4 wasnt to friendly on the fuel on the oval but thats abit diff than offroad. was just trying to get some opinions.
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