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Old 02-03-2011, 10:58 PM   #31
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I wonder if ofna/nitrohouse will sell both Hoboa hyper star and Hong-nor new buggies.
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Old 02-04-2011, 04:18 AM   #32
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The drive train has the normal X2 layout.
The Losi offset rear dif main gear is here not the case.

The prototype plastic is made by 3D printing.
Check google video for 3D printing to see why the plastic looked layered.

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Old 02-04-2011, 08:09 AM   #33
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I wonder if ofna/nitrohouse will sell both Hoboa hyper star and Hong-nor new buggies.
I'm sure they will. They carry both Hong Nor, and Hyper stuff now, I can't imagine that will change, jsut because it isn't branded as Jammin
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The drive train has the normal X2 layout.
The Losi offset rear dif main gear is here not the case.

The prototype plastic is made by 3D printing.
Check google video for 3D printing to see why the plastic looked layered.

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Your right on the Rear diff, it was hard to tell, but I looked again this mornng and it is a normal diff set up.. The brake system is much like that of Agama, durango, and a few other out right now.. I'm still having trouble figuring out how some think it looks like a D8 though??
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Old 02-04-2011, 04:20 PM   #34
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it looks like a serpent 811 to me.
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Old 02-04-2011, 04:43 PM   #35
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some might see hot bodies in the radio tray but there are many others that have a similar layouts look like a winner to me with companys picking the best from what was allready out i guess this is just what hong nor picked
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Old 02-05-2011, 11:37 AM   #36
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I was looking at the pictures and the front and rear suspension caster blocks dont look captured. Please Please please make the blocks captured as I have had alot of issues with front arms pulling out with non capluted blocks like on the old D8. I hope this is not a $200 old D8 type buggy I will pay more for quality.
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Old 02-05-2011, 10:40 PM   #37
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Is this car compatible with the x2 parts?
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Is this car compatible with the x2 parts?
I see very little in part comparison, about the only thing are metal ball ends and shock bodies.
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I want that force engine in there!
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Front and looks very Losi-esque.
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Well havent heard any top drivers or any known drivers test the new car. Please keep up the Jammin qaulity.
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I'm rather impressed with what I see so far. It's hard to get any more info. on this buggy and i've been searching for a while....
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If you have a video fo your OFNA ride on Youtube please send me the link so I can review and maybe post it on our OFNAfan.com website. We wanna have bashers,crashers and racers in their OFNA's tearing it up. Bring it, Titans, DM-1's, GTP's, Dominators, Pirates or even old school Colts if you got a vid send it to me at DJ@ofna.com.
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Anymore news on this buggy? Reease date??
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from the look of it, they have nearly all of the top cars best parts: mp9 shock geometry, losi/xray style arms-front hubs, serpent braking system...

using those style all in one car should make it a mean machine, and hong nor was always known for strength in 1/8.
as i always say, you have to not break to come first.
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