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Old 05-09-2006, 05:59 PM   #1
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Default ofna 9.5???

I got this ofna buggy off ebay from a guy who got it from a real estate auction. He thought it was traxxas.....lol!!! I got it for 130 and I got a lot of extras. He dosn't know the model it is, and I'm not sure either. To me it looks like the 9.5, but a buddy of mine says it a mbx pro. If anyone has any clue, please let me know. I know the only thing wrong is that it needs a new body. It has the .26 force engine on it if that helps.
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Thats just a standard Ofna 9.5 C-hub buggy. Its the same as the Ravager, which is what they sell it under now.
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what is the difference with the c-hub compared to the standard 9.5
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Nothing that is what is standard on the 9.5 chassis. But they also have Pivot ball versions and kingpin versions as well. C-hub is the best overall.
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Default 9.5

the c hub handles alot better then the pbs 9.5

and the Ravager has the worst knuckles known in the rc world and the arms are alot longer then the standard 9.5
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No, the ravager has the same arms as the standard 9.5, and the same knuckles as the basic 9.5 kits (the pro version had CNC knuckles, which are avaliable as an option, or Xray ones fit not bad).
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No, the ravager has the same arms as the standard 9.5, and the same knuckles as the basic 9.5 kits (the pro version had CNC knuckles, which are avaliable as an option, or Xray ones fit not bad).
I know this is an old thread...but the 9.5 Pro does not come with CNC knuckles. They are an upgrade item.
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