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Old 01-22-2007, 01:07 AM   #1
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hey guys, since i got me a new engine, ive decided that maybe i should get a new buggy. i currently have an mbx-5, and i am thinking about getting either a new jammin or the new 8ight. i can get both for the same price. i wa swondering what you guys have thought about either of these buggies? which one is easiest to drive? which one is easiest on parts? thanks
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i ran the mbx5 prospec all last year and was one of the best handling buggys out there until i got my team magic m1-b simply the best
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Jammin X1 FT
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well the buggy i would get... is to wait to AE 1/8 buggy come out...
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I like my Jammin FTE.Haven't ran a Losi but my buddy's is nice.Pick the one with the most parts support in your local hobbie shop/or track and have fun.They all are good and I'm sure your gonna hear lots of opinions.
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Dude get the XB8TQ OMG its teh sweet!!

Seriously though, you could just update your MBX5 to R spec couldn't you? There are a lot of good buggies out there right now, basically you can just point your finger at the one that looks the nicest too you and you probably will be making a great choice.
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i could just upgrade, but by the time i upgrade, and change the worn out parts, then i would have spent mor money than i would have if i got a either the jammin or he 8ight.
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