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Old 03-16-2011, 04:08 PM   #31
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the, reason why i was asking that was because from guys i talked to the rc8t likes to be driven hard and im pretty sure that means on the throttle also.

its worth it man you wont need any upgrades for it .

and it comes with some nice jconcepts tires !
Yeah man that's probably what I'm going for, I much prefer Associated anyway.

But... Would it be really bad if I put an 8ight T shell on it? They just look so sick (if it fits)
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Old 03-16-2011, 04:14 PM   #32
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Yeah man that's probably what I'm going for, I much prefer Associated anyway.

But... Would it be really bad if I put an 8ight T shell on it? They just look so sick (if it fits)


good choice yea i wouldnt use the eight-t body the one the ce comes with is much better looking !
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The RC8B has one for sure. Nothing about the RC8T tho bud.
Actually your correct, the RC8B has the longer wheelbase chassis coming out. The RC8T already has a long wheelbase chassis.
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good choice yea i wouldnt use the eight-t body the one the ce comes with is much better looking !
Gotta disagree there, the 8ight T body looks fierce!
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Old 03-16-2011, 04:30 PM   #35
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Gotta disagree there, the 8ight T body looks fierce!
LOL! Screw that......this is the "gold standard" for which all truggy bodies should be judged by, its what I run. SHARP LOOKING!

http://www.gshobby.com/index.php?mai...ducts_id=15971
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LOL! Screw that......this is the "gold standard" for which all truggy bodies should be judged by, its what I run. SHARP LOOKING!

http://www.gshobby.com/index.php?mai...ducts_id=15971
That is pretty sexy, but I'm still a die-hard fan of the 8ight T shell, I just think it looks amazing.
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