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Old 04-14-2011, 06:45 PM   #16
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way to many to list!!!!!!!! but found a keeper!!! LOSI!
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Old 04-14-2011, 08:17 PM   #17
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I just never found a set up I was happy with. I always got it to work in one spot on the track but it suffered in the next. When I went to losi the 8T 2.0 did everything I wanted my CE to do with the stock losi setup.

As for the rod ends not effecting anything? Really when they get tweaked the plastic only gets softer so it will bend easier causing camber angles to change under load.

I have seen multiple ppl have front drive shaft issues wining crashing. Most just bend em back but its and hassle which led to it being a dislike.

And I didn't know we could do electrics.

Losi strike.
Likes: it was my first SC truck and had a blast with it. Once i shimmer the front link it was pretty tough truck.

Dislikes: I think even slashes handled better then it on a track. It wasn't ment to race.

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Likes: very tough truck it can take some tumbles. It's a very smooth Hamelin chassis and has the ability to turn sharp. Stock tires are

Dislikes. No kit/ RR version. I have No real issues woth it.



im, in luck since luckly im only racing at one outdoor track this year especailly with the gas prices so at least i wont have to ever completely change my setup on it.


yea, i guess some people have bad luck bending the front axles i can see how they whould bend if you nose dive a lot i think theres likely other 1/8 truggys that are the same leagth and might be stronger.

the guys i know who race and own a rc8t or a rc8t ce all love them.
its about driving style i guess.
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5 t-maxxs
13 revos
5 tamiya minis
7 tamiya rally's
1 tamiya 415
1 tc3
1 ntc3
1 tc5
3 bajas
2 axial crawlers
4 micro t's
2 slash
1 slash 4x4
1 scrt10
3 mbx5r's
3 mbx5t's
1 Losi 8t 2.0
1 mbx6
4 mbx6t's

And thats just off the top of my head.
Really? 13 Revos? why on earth would you ever buy/trade/have that many of one car? I think you have a little to much money and should share.
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