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Old 08-07-2011, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default D8 Hara or RC8B FT

hi guys
just would like some info on what the pros and cons are on theses two 1/8 scale nitro buggys
hot bodies d8 hara
pros and cons on that
rc8b ft pros and cons on that
and which one would be better for handling and handle big jumps and grass and dirt track
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Old 08-07-2011, 04:06 PM   #2
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i think ethier one would be good if setup right for the grass.

the important thing is does your lhs carry the parts for ethier one also if the guys at your track race the same buggy you have helps with setups and parts.

i have a rc8t not a rc8b so il give you the cons.

the cons

1. the "plastic rear camber ball links" tend to flex and can cause problems its done it to me so i remmend boiling them in water to stiffen them up.

thats about it really acutally .

as for which one is better on bigger jumps etc im not sure .
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a lot of guys at the track run different brands and yeah my lhs does have parts for it see the track i race it mix of grass and dirt
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