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Old 05-08-2010, 04:29 PM   #1
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Default RB C6BB L2g or WS7II X3 worlds

I have both of these. Which one would work best in a truggy?
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c6 is the better choice of the 2. jeremy
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c6 all day
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yep C6..
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Never got to use a C6BB but ran the WS7II X3 in my D8T and it was very good.
I hear good things about the C6BB though.
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Thanks for the advice guys. Im building a new 8ight T 2.0 and the c-6 is comming out of a losi 8ight T 1.0 with only 8 tanks of fuel through it. So the ws7 with magnesium head will either go into the 1.0 or in a buggy in the future. Just getting back into the hobby, so thanks for the help.
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Thanks for the advice guys. Im building a new 8ight T 2.0 and the c-6 is comming out of a losi 8ight T 1.0 with only 8 tanks of fuel through it. So the ws7 with magnesium head will either go into the 1.0 or in a buggy in the future. Just getting back into the hobby, so thanks for the help.
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c-6 truggy
ws7iii for buggy
you will be happy al day long
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