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Old 06-05-2006, 09:20 PM   #1
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Default 1/10 Nitro Truck or 1/8 Buggy

I've been thinking which has most better speed between those two, 1/10 2WD Nitro truck or 1/8 Buggy, not intend into competition but for weekend fun bashing on prepared off road track,
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Well, 1/8th buggies are alot more durable and are easier to drive. 1/10th nitro trucks take a lot of skill to drive, they are also way cheaper to setup. If your not racing why does speed even matter? Just buy whichever style you think looks cooler, or which ever class has better attendance at the track. So then when you do get into racing it you will have lots of people to race with.
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