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Old 05-31-2012, 04:11 AM   #76
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Old 05-31-2012, 03:13 PM   #77
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Lololololololololololololololol!!!!
I'm going to look some more and see if I can't find them. I saw them on a web sight that had alot of tires for 1/8 truggy and some of them had like proline tread to them but had white lettering...

I can't wait till i place this order for my mbx6t mspec.. I'm just tired of waiting for this truggy to show up at the hobby shop. K was holding to have it built and ready before this race season but i don't think that's going to happen now Oo well..
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I don't know of any as good as AKA or Pro line with white lettering on the sidewall. I think Nick might be right.

http://www.duratrax.com/tires/1-8truggy.html




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Lololololololololololololololol!!!!
I'm going to look some more and see if I can't find them. I saw them on a web sight that had alot of tires for 1/8 truggy and some of them had like proline tread to them but had white lettering...

I can't wait till i place this order for my mbx6t mspec.. I'm just tired of waiting for this truggy to show up at the hobby shop. K was holding to have it built and ready before this race season but i don't think that's going to happen now Oo well..



As BrakeTurnAccelerate mentioned, Duratrax and Louise are THE only brands to come From the Factor out of the package with White lettering on the side walls.
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Old 06-01-2012, 08:26 AM   #79
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Ok, so I'm also looking for some good servos to go with a futaba 4pks?? Money isn't a issue, I'm looking for something that has a ridiculous turn rate and is strong as well. Thanks all for the help. Ill make sure to post some pics when I get it in my hand.

Last thing what's the difference between the mbx6t and the new mbx6tr?? Is it just the silver carbon fiber or is there better improvements??
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The MBX6T M-spec has been discontinued, unless you can find somewhere that has one in stock still, we sold out over a month ago.
The new MBX6TR will be available end of this month- early next month
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Ok, so I'm also looking for some good servos to go with a futaba 4pks?? Money isn't a issue, I'm looking for something that has a ridiculous turn rate and is strong as well. Thanks all for the help. Ill make sure to post some pics when I get it in my hand.

Last thing what's the difference between the mbx6t and the new mbx6tr?? Is it just the silver carbon fiber or is there better improvements??
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Old 06-01-2012, 07:32 PM   #82
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I found a few places that still have it. They don't show the dreaded out of stock part number. They also don't show the availability of them either.. Hopefully they'll still be there when I get paid Tuesday...
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I wonder why they discontinued the mspec for?? It seems to be one of the best factory kits made ever. So why discontinued it?? Makes no sense to me..
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+1! I love mine...
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They made the MBX6 better with the MBX6r, so why not do it with the truggy?
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Hey guys,
So on not going with the clocked bonito anymore, I'm looking at either the clocked werks b6, b5 pro or mugen ninja.

I'm going to be placing my order for my mbx6t mspec tomorrow, yes I found a place that still has them in stock or appears to have them in stock.

What is the deference between the b5 and the b6 pro?? Which out of the three are better?? Thanks all..
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B6 is a great buggy engine. Very smooth power and has a great bottom end to match with the great top end. I would go B6 pro over the B6. The B5 on the other hand is better off in the truggy I think. More bottom end than the B6 to get that heavier truggy moving.

I dont have any experience with the ninja motors, but I have heard they are very good.
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