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Old 07-04-2006, 11:28 AM
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what's up everyone? I need some expert opinions on what nitro moster truck would be the best for me. This would be my first nitro vehicle of any sort and the first monster truck of any sort. i do race a tc4 indoors on track so it isn't like i am completely new to the rc world. i live in the country and don't plan on racing it but bashing it pretty hard. money is no problem here. i want something that is durable and has great power and easy to fix. all suggestions are welcome.
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Originally Posted by andy_b22
what's up everyone? I need some expert opinions on what nitro moster truck would be the best for me. This would be my first nitro vehicle of any sort and the first monster truck of any sort. i do race a tc4 indoors on track so it isn't like i am completely new to the rc world. i live in the country and don't plan on racing it but bashing it pretty hard. money is no problem here. i want something that is durable and has great power and easy to fix. all suggestions are welcome.
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i would go with the traxxas revo 3.3 they are by far the best monster truck on the market and toughest. and its user friendly
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lst2, ive seen someone bash those things like crazee without many problems at all.
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The Revo has a ton of aftermarket support. You can run it as is or upgrade. If you get sick of it it should be easier to sell since it's so popular.
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