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Old 10-24-2011, 01:54 AM   #1
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Default agama a8 evo, hong nor sabre, bergonzoni r1

I want a little advise, I have been offered good deals on all the above buggys, but I was hoping for a little more information and maybe some other perspective. It will be raced every weekend by a better than average club/national driver. But there is a wealth of information out there, and best too come here and see what's what. What do you think guys, oh and by the way I am in the UK so rough tracks are the norm.
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Old 10-24-2011, 02:05 AM   #2
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Me,myself would go with the hong nor sabre. I know that hong nor make very good and strong buggys. Hong nor has been around a long time and know what they are doing and I have nothing but good about the new buggy. Check the neo buggy site out about it. Looks like it will do real well.
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Since your based in the UK, Id go with the Agama.
Parts and service from Nemo is fantastic, especially if your down south.

The Sabre looks like its gonna be very good, but I think the only person running one at the mo is Jamie Booth from SMD, so info and set-ups etc are gonna be a little bit thin on the groud.

Alternatively, go for the JQ
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