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Old 06-08-2010, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default losi eitht t 2.0 rtr

just want to know from that guys that have one hows the truck? tell me about it please i might be in the market for that or a jammin x2 crt or a team associated rc8t rtr and if you guys know about that tell me also. please and thankyou
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Old 06-08-2010, 06:48 PM   #2
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I have the race roller version of the T 2.0. Considering the performance of the T 2.0 (RTR or Race Rollder) and the quality of what the RTR version comes with, there is nothing else on the market that can touch the Losi 8 B/T 2.0 RTR package. The Associated RTR package is junk in comparison.
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i got the rtr 2.0b the day it came out.

My advice is get the 2.0t rtr and replace the servos and put 2 more clutch shoes in it and you are golden. HAVE to replace the servos though or you will hate it and the stock servos wont last one race day
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i got the rtr 2.0b the day it came out.

My advice is get the 2.0t rtr and replace the servos and put 2 more clutch shoes in it and you are golden. HAVE to replace the servos though or you will hate it and the stock servos wont last one race day
+1. Although I've replaced everything on the RTR to make it a race roller, the first things that went were the servos. Aside from the servos, my next recommendation would be tires to suit your track.
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kinda figured tires were a given
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