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Old 07-04-2010, 09:46 AM   #1
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I have an older inferno MP 777 and was thinking of the HB D 8 what do you think of it?
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I have an older inferno MP 777 and was thinking of the HB D 8 what do you think of it?
i would get it. the D8 is great.

read threw this: New Hot Bodies Buggy!!???????
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The D-8 is the best bang for the buck!!!
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The D-8 is the best bang for the buck!!!
Hey thanks alot is there anything I need to know about it. Trying to all kinds of opinions.
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all you need is the aluminum servo horn for steering and your set!

get one like this but for your servo: http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Futaba-Spline

also post questions on the hotbodies buggy topic and all your questions will be answered.
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Hey thanks alot is there anything I need to know about it. Trying to all kinds of opinions.
It is a very durable buggy. The diffs are bullet proof, Some say that the plastics are a bit soft, I have had mine for two years now and have had no issues with the plastics. The only two things I changed on mine are the plastic servo horn for the steering and I put the WCE drive shafts on the front. The stock ones looked like they might come out in a bad crash. Other than that I am very competitive with my D-8.
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