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Old 01-01-2017, 01:00 PM   #1
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anybody got a dt03 neo fighter might pick one up. but not sure.
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Yup, got one. What do you want to know?
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any good? cant make up my mind if I want dt03 or hornet,or lunchbox.
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I have all 3. The DT03 is going to handle the best and do the best with a faster motor. I really enjoy running my DT03. It's pretty tough and other than bearings it doesn't really need anything to get running.
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I have both the NEO Fighter and the Racing Fighter DT03s. The shell of the NEO fighter seems to fit a bit better and the wing was larger, the wing supplied with the Racing fighter was about an inch narrower.
The cars tend to be a bit heavy at the back but this gives them good traction, you might want some clear plastic tape to protect the rear screw heads.
If you've owned a DT02 it's the exact same rear end and takes the same hopups so all SandViper parts slot right in including the balldiff which I have on mine. Chuck the front tires and put on something decent for extra steering goodness, I went for Schumacher mini's on one and some cheap non name mini spikes on the other, both steer better than the stock ones Tamiya included. Rears should be fine.
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