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Old 02-02-2012, 07:55 PM   #1
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Hi there, its great to be back. Just wondering if a .28 will fit in my hb Hara. any response would be appreciated
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a GOOD .21 will be more then enough. woubt it will fit in the d8 kit anyway
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Old 02-02-2012, 09:00 PM   #4
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Is this enough power?
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Hi there, its great to be back. Just wondering if a .28 will fit in my hb Hara. any response would be appreciated
it's not race legal......a good .21 will kill a .28, its all about the Benjamin's.
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Hi there, its great to be back. Just wondering if a .28 will fit in my hb Hara. any response would be appreciated
to answer your question, the answer is, yes. it will fit.
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Any motor will fit on Ur buggy but if u wanna race it then u would have to get a .21. If u want to run a motor higher than a .21 as far as racing such as a .24, .25, .28 u can only run them on a Truggy. But go for it if Ur just bashing. LOLOL have fun
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