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Old 05-06-2010, 08:28 AM   #1
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i'm just starting out with nitro and i'm going to buy a nitro rustler and i need to learn how to tune and break in the car and f you have any advice that would be great thanks
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i'm just starting out with nitro and i'm going to buy a nitro rustler and i need to learn how to tune and break in the car and f you have any advice that would be great thanks
theres a dvd that comes with it.......Question? Why a rustler. I would go with the brushless one and get a "good" nitro vehicle
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Hey ele_to_nitro,

The Traxxas Nitro Rustler is a GREAT starter vehicle. Happens to be my first Nitro about 6 years ago As has been stated, watch the DVD that comes with it and then, watch the DVD again, and then watch it one more time.

Once you get the "hang" of the NRustler, you will need to upgrade the rear shock tower to an aluminum tower. Other than that, have fun
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Hey ele_to_nitro,

The Traxxas Nitro Rustler is a GREAT starter vehicle. Happens to be my first Nitro about 6 years ago As has been stated, watch the DVD that comes with it and then, watch the DVD again, and then watch it one more time.

Once you get the "hang" of the NRustler, you will need to upgrade the rear shock tower to an aluminum tower. Other than that, have fun
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well the reason i'm buying the nrustler is because i started with traxxas and it is a relliable brand with good cars. oh, and thanks for the help.
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Go to the site and press tech tips. read it. Its a great site and you will learn a lot

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