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Old 08-20-2006, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default Kit vs RTR for new Nitro driver

I owned an electric kit buggy many many many years ago. I enjoyed it tremendously. Now, I am going to get a Nitro off-road buggy. I am looking at the CEN Matrix as my first purchase.

Part of me wants to get in a bit cheaper, because it's my first investment and I don't know that much yet. On the other hand, I do like putting the car together, and will be very hands on with the car.

I know that many cars have both Kit versions and RTR versions. What are your opinions on what a newcomer to the Nitro world (who really enjoys putting things together) should do?

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