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Old 06-08-2010, 04:49 PM   #1
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ok so i kind of have ruled out the jato i suppose i do all off road dunes and dirt mainly hill climbs i hear the revo 3.3 is good but over priced what are some cheaper better alternatives
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Last Gen truggy. A MBX5t or a Losi 1.0t ,JamminX1, in other
words one that is not the current race chassis but is still new
enough to have good parts support. Any good quality truggy
will be miles more durable than a T-Maxx or Revo.
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Old 06-08-2010, 07:03 PM   #4
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Last Gen truggy. A MBX5t or a Losi 1.0t ,JamminX1, in other
words one that is not the current race chassis but is still new
enough to have good parts support. Any good quality truggy
will be miles more durable than a T-Maxx or Revo.
No doubt there, I have a Revo just to keep my tools from rusting.
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No doubt there, I have a Revo just to keep my tools from rusting.
Too Funny.
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is the associated pretty good off road
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My Ofna has took a good beating since the day i bought it, countless flips and cartwheels. Only problems happened when i found the front tire of my parked car at full throttle and bent my exaust pipe and cracked the starterm that was last night. Im getting 12-13 mins of run time at 90% throttle.
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