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Old 12-26-2011, 06:39 PM   #1
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So there's buzz goin around about durangos 1/8 scale nitro truggy. I've seen 2 sneak peek pictures and this thing looks awesome!!!! What do you guys think?
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Old 12-28-2011, 03:38 AM   #2
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I think they should make their buggy better before making a truggy version. A few people drove the DNX408 at the begin of the season and around July-August all Durango's were changed for proven platforms (Mugen, Losi, Kyosho, ...). Same story goes for the Serpent buggies.
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I think they should make their buggy better before making a truggy version. A few people drove the DNX408 at the begin of the season and around July-August all Durango's were changed for proven platforms (Mugen, Losi, Kyosho, ...). Same story goes for the Serpent buggies.
after looking at the shots of the DEX408 i think the DNX already has updates in the works.. which will roll directly into the truggy
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I think they should make their buggy better before making a truggy version. A few people drove the DNX408 at the begin of the season and around July-August all Durango's were changed for proven platforms (Mugen, Losi, Kyosho, ...). Same story goes for the Serpent buggies.
Curious same story for serpent what was the issues
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I think for the most part these cars are fine.

just got to learn how to drive a vehicle that steers.

many people can't adjust and then sell them.
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Curious same story for serpent what was the issues
Honestly I don't know. It's just what I see at the races over here. Everyone is getting is rid of the Serpent/Durango cars.
My mate had a Durango dnx408 and he said the car was so hard drive and to setup and he isn't a bad driver. When I looked at his car from the pitlane, you could see it wasn't a great handling car. He got rid of it in August and bought a mbx6 and he did a lot better with it.
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Honestly I don't know. It's just what I see at the races over here. Everyone is getting is rid of the Serpent/Durango cars.
My mate had a Durango dnx408 and he said the car was so hard drive and to setup and he isn't a bad driver. When I looked at his car from the pitlane, you could see it wasn't a great handling car. He got rid of it in August and bought a mbx6 and he did a lot better with it.
I had a 408 for a few months that says a lot been wheeling the serpent for about a year and its a completely different without issues durability is the best I've seen just curious cause its been one of the best kits I've owned and I've had a few for the years
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