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Old 04-08-2006, 08:50 AM   #1
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Wich is funier guys??? the truggy versus the electric touring cars and what bigger in the states?
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Old 04-08-2006, 09:50 AM   #2
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Is this suppsose to be a stupid question?
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Old 04-08-2006, 09:58 AM   #3
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I'm gonna say by your spelling and grammar, that you'd enjoy a truggy more..
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:25 PM   #4
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Heard the new truggy`s kits include a free can of Copenhagen...
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The RTR comes with Skoal bandits or Redman. For the new chewer.
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Old 04-08-2006, 07:16 PM   #6
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sorry guys let miss hap... Im not all that country all that much at all lol... I reakon we got us a bit of a mis hap.. on the real though i like racing oval stuff but i was just wanting some oppions of other.
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Since I still race both classes...

I think TC is more competative and is taken far more seriousness.
Most of the Truggy racers have lots of fun and everyone laughs when you launch your truggy off the track...
If you are just running in your yard or parking lot...
The truggy can go anywhere....
Plus the Jammin CRT RTR is the best RTR I have ever seen...
But if you want expencive and stressfull racing then TC is for you...
I love both...
just for thsoe reasons...
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Old 04-09-2006, 11:06 PM   #9
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That is pretty funny, even though I was dipping some skoal at the time I read this post.
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simply put.....

Dirts for racing, asphalt is for getting there, and carpets what you wipe your feet on....

Or---- asphalt...ain't that the crack in your butt???


Or as an old aquantence once said---- Off-road is racing...only in 3D!!
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I have raced just about every class (except for 1:8 nitro onroad) and I would have to say Truggy. I too love electric TC on carpet but truggy is a blast. second to 1:8th scale buggy.
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Comparing Truggys and touring cars is like comparing Apples to Baseballs.

Sure their both rc cars, just like apples and baseballs are round, but that's all they share.

Basically what do you like more onroad or offroad, do you like getting dirty or staying clean? Do you want to eat it or play with it?

If That doesn't make sense, well I lost myself half way through as well!
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i love on-road stuff but i seen these nitro powerd truggies and bam. IM IN LOVE but i like everything about the same.. I race gokarts so dirt dont really matter im just not sure ill know when i get the old str in...
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i recently switched from electric touring car to 1/8th buggy. basically i got bored with tc as i did not find it fun anymore, + i've been wanting to do 1/8 off road for quite some time now. only now that the local 1/10 electric offroad track has been converted to cater for 1/8th buggy's & truck's, so once i went to take a look at the track i was caught hook, line & sinker.
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