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Old 01-01-2009, 04:24 AM   #1
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Default Stampede XL-5 = Crap?

Ok I got a stampede XL-5 and the first crash I break the Front shock tower, the Bearing Carrier, the front skid plate, the chassis, the front bulkhead, the servo broke (had to glue back on the place to screw into), and the caster block on the right... what the hell? thats like the whole front of the car in 1 crash, it wasnt even that bad.
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Did you run it into a tree at top speed ?
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sounds like it got ran over by a car.. i have no problems with mine. and i've upgraded to vxl already. was everything loose on it or something?
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this is referring to the title, YES
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