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Old 02-13-2011, 08:45 AM   #1
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I know both these truggies are old before anyone tells me but I was wondering
Which one is more desirable to have:
1. Thunder Tiger ST-1(currently have)
2. Hot Bodies Lightning Stadium Pro(Looks Good Used 2have one want another)
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They're both a bit outdated platforms but I'd say the Hot Bodies.
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are you racing or bashing ?
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I know both these truggies are old before anyone tells me but I was wondering
Which one is more desirable to have:
1. Thunder Tiger ST-1(currently have)
2. Hot Bodies Lightning Stadium Pro(Looks Good Used 2have one want another)
Of the two whether bashing or racing the Hot Bodies will be the better platform.. The thundertiger is very heavy and doesn't handle very well.. All that said, the money you will put into either of them to get them competative, you could buy a new HB D8T..
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Of the two whether bashing or racing the Hot Bodies will be the better platform.. The thundertiger is very heavy and doesn't handle very well.. All that said, the money you will put into either of them to get them competative, you could buy a new HB D8T..

Never plan on racing just bashing on a track during open run day!
Thank You guys I just traded my ST1 for a XTM 1/7th XLB Monster Buggy and I am in the works getting another LSP
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iroc-ar15 : if you have a offroad track around you race one time you wont forgot it plus us offroad guys are layed back.
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iroc-ar15 : if you have a offroad track around you race one time you wont forgot it plus us offroad guys are layed back.
Good Deal I most likely will eventually and I think it depends on driver skill vs the age of the truggy...
So I traded my ST1 for a XTM 1/7th XLB Monster Buggy and I found a LSP for $150!
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