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Old 01-07-2018, 09:23 AM
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I wanted a second rig so I chose this model, seemed like a good value for the money. Trying to keep this one pretty stock for now, just changed wheel tires.


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Old 01-09-2018, 12:15 PM
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Nice pic. What's your thoughts on this? Is it any different from any other SCX10 II other than the body? $329 seems like a decent RTR price.
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I've never owned a 10.2 so I can't compare with that, but I have owned a deadbolt. I got the deadbolt used but it needed upgrades right away, links and steering at least, the stock stuff was junk. I was in the market for a second crawler that I did not want to invest a lot in. I did replace the fake dean's because it was not making good connections with batteries. Links and steering are pretty beefy and will only replace when it brakes or wear out. I replaced rims and tires and that's about it. I also noticed it's very quite you can't really hear it drive. Other option was the gen 7 but it seems to lack support and upgrades.
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Well I got a few more weeks under my belt and still love this part, I have only really been upgrading if stuff breaks, first I had broke the front bumper mount, I replaced that with metal, then the bumper broke so I just upgraded then, this thing will pretty much climb anything.






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Nice rig , I never own a scx 10.2 before would like to try it. But I think u wont go wrong with a scx , be it a scx 10 or scx 10.2

If I buy I will get the kit version , as I prefer Hobbywing ESC.

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