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Old 12-12-2011, 10:35 PM   #1
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So i haven't had a nitro powered rc in a couple years, the last one i bought was a savage 25 and it gave me headaches, now, i was looking for a reliable and easy truck to start with and these where the two i was thinking about

Traxxas nitro sport rtr
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Team Associated RC10GT2 Race-Spec RTR

and if you guys have any other suggestions in off road vehicles let me know my price range would be 200-350
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:37 AM   #2
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Any way you look at it Nitro can be a pain if you are not good at tuning, humidity and temperatures changes during the day reck havoc on a nitro on a daily basis. You should learn how to properly tune a nitro or go brushless. Nitro engines can be very temperamental due to weather, you can be running a hot plug, "fat" tune on a 15f morning and change it to a cold plug "lean" tune in the afternoon due to a 80f and changed it again if the humidity changes.....
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