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Old 01-17-2011, 04:22 PM   #1
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Default is the ofna ravenger a good starter buggy?

Just looking to see if anyone has an info on the ofna ravenger. Is it a decent buggy. How old it is. Is it worth $100. The guy that has it sayes it needs a new clutch but other than it is rtr. Any info would be helpful.
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Just looking to see if anyone has an info on the ofna ravenger. Is it a decent buggy. How old it is. Is it worth $100. The guy that has it sayes it needs a new clutch but other than it is rtr. Any info would be helpful.
Man parts may not be real easy to get. If you really want an rtr to start with and you want it brand new go with the hyper 7 black edition. Its a good starter buggy.

One thing I know though is this. If you get into racing it will be about a month and then you will upgrade to a more of a racing platform.

If I had to do it all over again I would have just spent the money upfront cause it cost me way more trying to save.
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