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Old 05-25-2011, 04:10 PM   #1
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Default Panther Boas or PL revolvers for truggy?

Got a set of both but one set of rims. Its for outdoor and I don't think I ever seen anyone run revolvers. What conditions are they good for?
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I used M3 revolvers on a pure sand track that was overly watered from rain last weekend and the hooked up perfectly.

Next race I plan to use them is a high were tire track were a holeshot will be worn fast. so the med size lugs should hold up alot better.
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M3 Revolvers are good on any condition, not quite as fast as Holeshots but very easy to drive and wear well.
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