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Old 06-28-2010, 09:41 PM   #1
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Default ofna mutilator pro any good?

i just want to bash NO RACE is it durable and fast what is the top speed
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It's a pretty solid rig, but the Jammin X2 kit is bulletproof if you want a depenable basher. One thing I could always count on, my Jammin would stay in one piece.
I'd guess it will hit 35-38 mph, roughly stock. That is faster than most people realize. The stock electronics suck in all of Ofna's RTR cars/trucks.
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It's a pretty solid rig, but the Jammin X2 kit is bulletproof if you want a depenable basher. One thing I could always count on, my Jammin would stay in one piece.
I'd guess it will hit 35-38 mph, roughly stock. That is faster than most people realize. The stock electronics suck in all of Ofna's RTR cars/trucks.
+1. you think that slow? i was thinking more mid 40s. I knowa good buggy engine can go 45.
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the jammin X2 rtr is bullet proof for sure. just needs better servos, but like the guy before said all RTRs needs better ones. they will burn out driving on the rode.
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I had the original mutilator when it first came out, and I had the X2. The mutilator is very good, and with the kingpin design its even better. The X2 gave me alot of diff problems
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+1. you think that slow? i was thinking more mid 40s. I knowa good buggy engine can go 45.
I have never driven or owned either ... Im more of a buggy person .. BUT I do know OFNA servos ARE HORRIBLE .. they need to be replaced right away you can not trust them

The only 2 cents I can offer ..
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Old 06-29-2010, 07:32 AM   #7
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alright thanks guys so do you know any good durable buggies that will do like 45+
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Look at the jammin .21 or the ofna jl .21 They will haul ass for you.
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