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Old 05-11-2011, 03:14 AM   #16
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i narrowed it down to the ofna blue truggy OFN10244

or the hudy star 104500... i like the hudy for its small size but like the ofna for the twin motors.. will be u sing a 4s lipo,which one u think?
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Ofna chrome top with 4s lipo is mine. But the truggy box great too and the most popular.
Yup chrome was the only one that would turn my collari 32 overon my pro hyper 9
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Old 05-11-2011, 04:19 AM   #19
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i narrowed it down to the ofna blue truggy OFN10244

or the hudy star 104500... i like the hudy for its small size but like the ofna for the twin motors.. will be u sing a 4s lipo,which one u think?
I use the hudy box with a 4S 5000mah lipo. awesome box that will turn over anything and its small and light. I travel a lot and its great.
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Hudy starter box get my vote with a 4S lipo
Yep Just got the HUDY Starter box and running on 14.8V i gave gave the OFNA blue box away the HUDY out preforms it.... And for people that race and travel 80% out of a suit case its heaps lighter and smaller giving us more room for tires....
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I say Ofna. Hudy very nice, but way overpriced stuff.
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Yep Just got the HUDY Starter box and running on 14.8V i gave gave the OFNA blue box away the HUDY out preforms it.... And for people that race and travel 80% out of a suit case its heaps lighter and smaller giving us more room for tires....
how did u get the lipo to fit ..the devider is in the way ?
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Q-world blue/with black chasis holders. has two 775 motors. 4s rocks in it!
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how did u get the lipo to fit ..the devider is in the way ?
the lipo will fit with the divider in. all you need to do is spend 5 mins with the dremel on the divider and the end plate.

just take out the slots for 2x2S packs and you are good to go. Someone mentioned to me that you can buy a hudy part to address this but the dremel solved the problem easily
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You can get pretty much any starter box, just make sure you put a lipo in it. Out of the 4 boxes i own 2 are the OFNA blue truggy box and if i had bought those first it would probably be all OFNA blue starter boxes that i own.
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how did u get the lipo to fit ..the devider is in the way ?
Sorry for the late reply... I have two 7.2V hard case batterys in there




This system works great for us like i said earlier most high end meets we do normally means 4 1/2 hours on a plane traveling just to get to the other side of the Island....
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OK my turn.

Kyosho for the following reasons.

1. Very light and small.

2. Only need a 14.8v 2200mah lipo all weekend.

3. Twin 550 motors with 2 inch wheel (get up into the flywheel and small size allows to crank tight new engines with ease)

4. Only 70 bucks.(lipo extra)
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Ofna blue truggy box gets my vote. I used 1 box for almost 2 yrs to start a Losi buggy and truggy without any issues whatsoever.
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I use a Mugen starter box and without having to buy additional items, it is pain when adjusting between Buggy to Truggy. A friend of mine only takes like 10 secs to adjust from a Buggy to Truggy using the OFNA Blue Starter box and it has my vote in motor power and the ease of adjustment.
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