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Old 06-03-2006, 10:32 AM   #16
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Old 06-03-2006, 05:39 PM   #17
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it says available mid august
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Wow thats a good price too, 70 bucks less than the AD2.
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Everyone needs a change every so often to mix things up. 1/10 scale had dominated the r/c scene for a long time and now the general people wanted to mix things up a little. I'm sure that two years from now 1/10 scale will be stronger then ever when these new comers to the hobby decide to mix things up a bit. However, the new lipo/brushless technology may keep 1/10 nitro to a minimal. With the need for only one battery pack that will get you through three 5 minute heats and a 20 minute main w/ a motor/esc setup that will rival the output of nitro.
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Old 06-03-2006, 08:40 PM   #20
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Told my LHS to put one on order already can not wait. YEA BABY

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Old 06-03-2006, 11:24 PM   #21
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Old 06-03-2006, 11:48 PM   #22
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Everyone needs a change every so often to mix things up. 1/10 scale had dominated the r/c scene for a long time and now the general people wanted to mix things up a little. I'm sure that two years from now 1/10 scale will be stronger then ever when these new comers to the hobby decide to mix things up a bit. However, the new lipo/brushless technology may keep 1/10 nitro to a minimal. With the need for only one battery pack that will get you through three 5 minute heats and a 20 minute main w/ a motor/esc setup that will rival the output of nitro.
Agreed electric is doing some awsome things with Brushless and Lipo but it will always be the people who like electric will still use electric and the people who like gas will continue to use gas.
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:16 AM   #23
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this new truck looks pretty dialed. I'd like to get one, but my brother has the ad2 and I like that alot, just don't want to have trucks with different wheels and shock parts.

I really like the fact you can put in a SG shaft motor, that should open the doors to alot of motors.
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Agreed electric is doing some awsome things with Brushless and Lipo but it will always be the people who like electric will still use electric and the people who like gas will continue to use gas.
From what I have seen localy 1/8th scale nitro and touring cars have filled up the void of 2wd electric & nitro in the local area. Both of those classes are 10x easier to run then 2wd electric and 2wd nitro. The nitro scene has gone to this because they believe they are more durable and maintanance friendly. The electric scene needed a change after a long spurt of racing.
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Old 06-06-2006, 03:00 PM   #25
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When are they suppose to be released? I thought I read somewhere they were trying for the end of June
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Old 06-06-2006, 04:31 PM   #27
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As of right now mid-August!
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Man, those front arms look about as beefy as a turkey sandwich.....Hope they'll hold up.
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Well they are the same arms as the T4, so I'd say that they should be ok. The arms on my T4 hold up really well, other stuff around them breaks but not the arms, not offroad at least! On carpet tracks the arms snap all the time.
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Nice pictures in the AE newsletter that came to my email today, can't remember if they gave a date for release,
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