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Old 10-24-2007, 02:34 AM   #16
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According to Tower's specs, it has a wheel track 2" wider. If you can believe tower specs.
Hey towerhobbies is good.
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tower said that the HPI wheely king was 1/2 scale and that the firestorm was 4wd amongst other things...
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Probly some stupid idiot that cant type kinda like some people on here.
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duratrax.com website shows and indicates a bevel gear differential not a ball differential as stated in this threads' first post. The bevel gears look to be made of alloy or metal.
Yep another mistake on Tower's description. The parts listed on Tower include a bevel gear set, case, etc.
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in ways they made it better and in ways they kinda detuned it, BUT IMO one thing is for sure they made it more of a basher than a racer... for one the magnaflex plastics, the the metal tranny says put a brushless in me.. the adjustments are all there like previous evaders. BUT they put a 27mhz radio this time but with older vaders they had a 75mhz. the motor and esc are slighly better than the current vaders. and they are using plastics shock, for some thats better for some its detuned, lastly bushings instead of bearings- ouch... Hoping they come out with a pro version
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Old 11-21-2007, 03:14 PM   #21
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Has this truck been released yet? Anyone got one? How is it?

I'm a nitro guy looking for an electric truck for my 5 year old son for Christmas. Would this be a good one? Looks pretty affordable and he won't be racing or anything like that yet.

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