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Old 03-26-2011, 11:10 AM   #1
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Default Tell me about the Tamiya Nitrage 5.2

Havent had a truggy in a while, I just want something RTR, get out and play with and This one has some cool stuff about it and i have never owned a Tamiya so I am not real familiar with them. Is it worth a flip? does it break alot? how are the electronics (prolly put a reciver in it so i can use my M11). Just some general feedback on it.
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Havent had a truggy in a while, I just want something RTR, get out and play with and This one has some cool stuff about it and i have never owned a Tamiya so I am not real familiar with them. Is it worth a flip? does it break alot? how are the electronics (prolly put a reciver in it so i can use my M11). Just some general feedback on it.
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its a big heavy slow piece of pie... and its like glass when it comes to strength... one crash you'll be chasing parts forever too.

get the losi eight t 2.0 RTR.
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