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Old 05-09-2008, 05:56 PM
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Default TEAM XTREME PREDATOR X11

I figured i would start a new thread for the team xtreme predator x11 buggy..
for those who do not know about the car here are some pics.

parts and kits are available through www.teamxtreme.co.uk
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The Pred X11 is NICE!!!!
Though I am slightly upset that Team Xtreme stopped replying to me about becoming a Team Driver. (I had talked to them quite awhile and then bam... all contact stopped?)
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hey man.. send them an e-mail again. they have been really busy lately with a bunch of changes with there site and also very busy supporting the team over in the u.k. with developments of new parts to make the x11 even better.. so give it another shot im positive you will get a response..
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I figured I would give it another shot and sent em an E-Mail again.
Last I herd from them was back in February anyways.
How do you like your X11 say compared to a BJ4?
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i like it a lot better than any other 4wd buggy out there.. its got super low cg and handles awesome. plus the smoothest shocks i have ever felt on a buggy.. way easier to work on and less parts count than any other buggy.. super responsive car and the bump handling has drastically improved over the previous cars.. dude its the Ferrari of 4wd buggy's.
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linky no worky?
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Originally Posted by jk racing View Post
linky no worky?
X2, the link is dead.

X11 looks insane.
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link works now sorry guys i forgot to add a slash haha
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also i might add that team xtreme is in the process of sorting out a distributor for the U.S.A so parts will be easy to get a hold of .
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Has anyone run one of these on a US style track?Just wondering because it looks like it would not handle anything with bigger jumps.Anyone have some experience with these?Looks way to cool.
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I love the design of the Predator. I have 3 of them. One is the off-road ad 2 are the on-road version.
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Do the cantilevers' allow for full stroke on the shocks? The buggy looks very sexy.
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Originally Posted by lutach View Post
I love the design of the Predator. I have 3 of them. One is the off-road ad 2 are the on-road version.
Do they still make the on road version? I have not seen the on road car for years.
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Do they still make the on road version? I have not seen the on road car for years.
No. If I catch them on time in ebay, I usually buy them to have spare parts. They should've came out with the on-road version again like they did with the X11.
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Originally Posted by racenut123 View Post
Has anyone run one of these on a US style track?Just wondering because it looks like it would not handle anything with bigger jumps.Anyone have some experience with these?Looks way to cool.

It's got the longest suspension arms of any 1/10 4wd buggy so I imagine you could achieve quite a bit of droop for rough tracks. Tire size is the same as any other buggy so ground clearance is the same, just that the body gives you the illusion that it's alot lower to the ground. Try one and let us know.
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