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Old 12-24-2011, 07:48 PM   #1
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Talking Kyosho Inferno ST-RR vs Kyosho Inferno ST-RR Evo

I'm looking for the best Kyosho TRUGGY kit between the ST-RR and the ST-RR Evo . My thought is to convert it to electric and also to an onroad Truggy . Any help out there would be greatly appreciated . Thank You
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Plenty of resources to convert to electric.. Why in the world would you want to convert it to onroad? That's rather silly if you ask me. Just buy an onroad car..

Also, you can no longer buy a ST-RR new, the EVO is only available new.
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If you are buying new and you have the cash get the EVO. I have a ST-RR that I am going to upgrade to EVO specs, but both platforms are winners!!
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They are the same trucks.... the only real difference is the evo has different gears, threaded shocks and a different body there is nothing handling wise any better on the evo. If you are gonna run it as electric then I would suggest the evo because of the straight cut gears
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Plenty of resources to convert to electric.. Why in the world would you want to convert it to onroad? That's rather silly if you ask me. Just buy an onroad car..

Also, you can no longer buy a ST-RR new, the EVO is only available new.
It's nothing silly about what I want and what's gonna be done :-)) Thank You and Merry Christmas to U and URs :-))
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If you are buying new and you have the cash get the EVO. I have a ST-RR that I am going to upgrade to EVO specs, but both platforms are winners!!
ehames005 , thank you for answering the question that was asked :-)) Your response helped me out alot . Merry Christmas to you and your family
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They are the same trucks.... the only real difference is the evo has different gears, threaded shocks and a different body there is nothing handling wise any better on the evo. If you are gonna run it as electric then I would suggest the evo because of the straight cut gears
jammin57 , thank you also for your response to the question . Merry Christmas to U and Ur family
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There's alot of people with Baja's 5b or 5SC that turned them into Onroad race cars . In this hobby it's about what you want and making it happen . I love seeing custom RC cars no matter if it's Onroad or Offroad . Think outside the box sometimes :-)) MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MY RCTECH FAMILY!!!
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ehames005 , thank you for answering the question that was asked :-)) Your response helped me out alot . Merry Christmas to you and your family
You are welcome if you have any specific questions you can PM me and I will answer the best I can. Merry Christmas to you and your family also!!!
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