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Old 08-17-2010, 08:12 AM   #1
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Default Jammin x2, rc8t truggy, or losi ten t?

Which is the best bet to get out of these three truggies?
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Old 08-17-2010, 08:56 AM   #2
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i would say the rc8t is, the best out of them three the parts support people driving them at tracks.

the ten-t isnt inst in the same catagroy its a 1/10 scale.
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Default What do you want it for?

It really depends on what you want it for. If you plan on racing the RC8T is the most current of the 3 you listed. The Jammin X2, while still I quality truck, is a little older design. The Ten-T as mentioned is a 1/10 scale, not an 1/8, but would be fine for bashing or playing on a track. They don't have a class for it yet tho. I'm fairly green in the hobby but have learned alot from this site if you want to read up on the Associated go:Team Associated 1/8 scale Truggy Info and Tips
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Im going to go out and say you mean the Losi 8T? If so that what ill get
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Which is the best bet to get out of these three truggies?
if these are new kits, get the D8T, they are cheaper than all of those and better IMO. also look at the Odonnell Z01T
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