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Old 06-17-2010, 06:49 PM   #121
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Was he broke or something ? Hotbodies burn !!
nah, he has plenty of money, just liked them more than others, he had xray and losi before.
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Old 06-17-2010, 06:51 PM   #122
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aside from parts support, anything else? steering? durability?
it looked ok handling wise but durability was a issue too. i think you would be just as well off buying a Cen Matrix and they arent good either. if you look at the SX8 it looks like a Cen copy (kinda sorta, like some resembles the Cen)
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at least all the parts on the odonnell dont need changed over to KHZ and FHONY lol and how much does losi want for that super duper diff? Losi yes if you get ....free parts....they should be called kinglosi
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Old 06-18-2010, 06:41 AM   #125
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How are O'Donnell parts availability.... Seems the local (not so local) hobby shop bout an hour away mostly supports mugen and Some what team associated.
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Old 06-18-2010, 03:09 PM   #127
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How are O'Donnell parts availability.... Seems the local (not so local) hobby shop bout an hour away mostly supports mugen and Some what team associated.
amain has parts, never had a problem getting parts. but really havent needed any parts, they just dont break.
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it looked ok handling wise but durability was a issue too. i think you would be just as well off buying a Cen Matrix and they arent good either. if you look at the SX8 it looks like a Cen copy (kinda sorta, like some resembles the Cen)
nope, Cen matrix and the 1st sx8 parts doesnt fit...
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amain has parts, never had a problem getting parts. but really havent needed any parts, they just dont break.

Im starting to lean toward the Z01b sg to be honest ... the parts look top notch... cant wait to hear how it runs when it comes out .... .. btw when does it come out
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nope, Cen matrix and the 1st sx8 parts doesnt fit...
oh i might have worded it wrong, i know the cen parts wont fit but some of the parts kinda look like some of the cen parts.
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oh i might have worded it wrong, i know the cen parts wont fit but some of the parts kinda look like some of the cen parts.
Its really built by Nanda and the new TQ is a GS
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Old 06-18-2010, 07:45 PM   #132
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Im starting to lean toward the Z01b sg to be honest ... the parts look top notch... cant wait to hear how it runs when it comes out .... .. btw when does it come out
it is supposed to hit the market any day now. hopefully soon. i may be switch from my D8T to an OD Z01T-SG. their parts are top notch and the customer service is even better. if you do get it post up questions on the odonnell topic, they are extremely helpful. and make sure to build it exactly like the manual and go on their website and look up the tech notes, there should be additional info on building it.
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Old 06-18-2010, 07:51 PM   #133
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You cannot beat the Hot Bodies for the price and durability. Hands down the most cost effective vehicles out. Not to mention they have been Top 3 at most of the major races this year, !
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I have the o'donnell z01 team . It has between 3 & 4 gallons & Has had no problems . No wear at all except the back of chassis which is normal , i now run skids . Extremely high quality . It was a little hard to get a good setup , actually took a couple gallons to get it to my liking but now it's good . My son races a d8 t & it is an awesome truggy but does require a little more attention but the kit setup is pretty good . I like the o'donnell cause i work so much i want something with low maintenance , just clean it every race , service it every couple gallons & have fun .
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I have an the obvious answer if the kit is under 450 how can you ..consider it a pro level car
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