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Old 05-21-2003, 08:22 PM   #1
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Default STADIUM TRUCKKIES>>>>post here!

Salutations Earthlings!
this thread is for all the Stadium Truckkies out there!
it seems that we've all been left out to dry ,what with the new monster truck fad sweeping the world.
if you have stuff/tech tips/handling queries/new product/setup to share, here is the place to post it!
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Default GP stadium trucks...are they fast?

Salutations Earthlings!
i'm thinking of starting GP stadium trucks and have some concerns...
-are they actually fast? i mean they use pokey little .12 engines...
i hear they are as fast as 1/8th buggies...
-do they break easily?
-are they easy to drive? i mean those are some big ass wheels!
and finally,
which is better?
associated GT?
losi xxxnt or mugen mst1?
i'm a bit partial to mgen's mst1, but if anyone has used this , some feedback will be nice....
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They are plenty fast if you get a good kit, and a good engine. Around 40 with a sweet engine. They dont break easily, but 1/8ths hold up a lot better than st's. They are no harder to drive than 1/8ths or any other car. It doesnt matter what you brand you get (lost associated mugen). They are all race worthy. Just get the one which has more parts support at your local hobby shop.

IMHO I would get the associated rc10gt. They are race worthy, durable for beginners, and are fast. I am not saying it is better, and I definately dont want to start ANOTHER AE vs Losi war.
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