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Old 08-10-2006, 05:27 AM   #1
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Need a feel for the difference between the 2.5 and the 3.3 upgrade for my Traxxas Nitro Sport. Presently the truck has the stock .15...should I spend the extra bucks on the 3.3 or is it a ridiculous amount of power for this RTR unit???? thanks
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How about it guys?? Anyone?? Is the 2.5 a real screamer and more than enough to just screw around on a couple of house tracks??
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I've seen my friends T-Maxx with the 2.5, it was very powerful and moved that truck (which is much larger than yours) incredibly well. I'd say it's more than ample.
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thanks...that is kind of what I was thinking...the delema is the price difference is only 30 dollars between the two...thanks again
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