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Old 12-08-2011, 09:13 PM   #46
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i just saw this..... i sold that one...........and bought 4 more
LOL , good for you! The more the merrier!
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Old 12-10-2011, 05:15 AM   #47
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It's less about wear-rate, and more about price. Truggy tires are just too expensive new. I REALLY want a truggy at the moment(the new Serpent..), but tire price is holding me back. Good, I already have too many RC's, including an SC8 and RC8B - which can share tires. But I have qualms about getting a truggy which will need a different size tire which costs so much more.. 30 a pair is too steep IMO..
lol, truggy builds cost over a grand anyway, and your worried about $30 tires, lol. thats funny
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Old 12-10-2011, 07:58 AM   #48
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Truggy or buggy.... LOL

I sold my truggy to only focus on buggy. All the cool stuff comes out for buggy first
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Old 12-10-2011, 08:15 AM   #49
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Truggy or buggy.... LOL

I sold my truggy to only focus on buggy. All the cool stuff comes out for buggy first
And alot more selection of tires
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Old 12-10-2011, 08:47 AM   #50
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Oh truggy man you can push them harder and are funner to drive and not to mention are much better on rough tracks. Oh yea the tires last pretty long yea there more expensive but in the long run its worth it.
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truggy or buggy .... TRUGGY because is better on rought track and for me better look and i like to drive . for the price is same that buggy only tire more expensive .
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When running the truggy I am thinking this is way better than buggy.Then I run the buggy and I am thinking this is way better than truggy.Then go back and run the truggy and...
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When running the truggy I am thinking this is way better than buggy.Then I run the buggy and I am thinking this is way better than truggy.Then go back and run the truggy and...


That whould confuse you driving a truggy than a buggy on race day.
I never tryed that but i have done truggy than drove a 2wd sc on the same day talk about diffrent.

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That whould confuse you driving a truggy than a buggy on race day but have ran buggy before in 09.

I never tryed that but i have done truggy than drove a 2wd sc on the same day talk about diffrent.
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IMO, the correct answer is BOTH!
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The Key for running both Buggy and Truggy in the same race day is get them both handling as close to the same as you can. But Truggy will always be more forgiving, and Buggy will always be more responsive..
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If you want the F1 of offroad, drive buggy!
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