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Old 07-04-2010, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default Not another 'What Buggy?' Thread...

Ok, so it might be another 'What buggy?' thread, but hopefully this one isn't to annoying.

Anyway... I'm not new to R/C - far from it. I've been off and on for the last 10 years, and I've decided recently that I need a hobby that gets me outside more, even if it is 115 degrees...

So here's my dilemma. I've narrowed it down to three Kits (even tho I will have to spend more for a kit - and the accompanying pieces) that, as I have continued to read about, seem to be the most liked.

The Mugen MBX6
The XRAY 808
or
The iBuggy (Losi 8ight )

I also like the design of the Agama EVO, but I personally feel it's too untested at this point.

Anyway, I know most of you guys are going to post what your personal choice was, but if you do that, can you let me know why? What it because of parts availability? Friend had one? What?

And also, so I can kill two birds with one stone, what parts should I get for the buggy you recommend - given that I will probably break something

Thanks in advance,

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