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Old 05-07-2006, 10:48 PM   #1
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Of those who have actually seen both the Jammin and the ST-R run what are some pros and cons of each. I have seen the Jammin run alot and have been impressed. However, the ST-R is still a bit new and I have not decided if the extra mony would be worth it.
Please post your thoughts on which you think is better. I really don't care about branding I just want a good competition rig.
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Old 05-07-2006, 11:10 PM   #2
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I don't think one is better than th other jammin has a better pirce tag. Save some money and get a jammin use the extra cash for extra tires.
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older jammin pro kit or new jammin fte.. go get it
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by a ST-R from japan. it will save you heaps(i think) try asking on a thread here
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Get the Jammin Pro. Its good enough..

Get extra parts using the extra money from the difference between the PRO and FTE
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they are both really good cars, the jammin is a little wider and longer this makes the car awesome on a rough track or a really slick track, the str will out steer the jammin and it seems like you can drive the str a little more aggressive if you do go with the str put jammin rims on it they are the perfect off set for the truck, as for durability they are both very strong cars but the jammin will wear the drive cups and the diff gears much faster than the str, but the str is way more expensive than the jammin, and it is little easier to get parts for at the moment, my suggestion to you is get what ever the fast guys run at your track this way the can help you out with set ups or at least steer you in the right direction
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Get the Jammin Pro. Its good enough..

Get extra parts using the extra money from the difference between the PRO and FTE
Don;t lissten to this dude ... he don't now anything about rc!!!
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