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Old 02-06-2009, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default hyper9 brushless OHHH YEAAAAH!!!

check out neo-buggy.net man this thing is twisted!!! for some reason my computer has cooties and i cant get it to work. POST PICS!!!!!!
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dont know about anybody else but that thing just looks killer, another 1/8th brushless added to the 09 list. probley late 09.
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Very cool how they set the center diff further back to allow the the motor to be more centered. Now this is a truly engineered car, not just another conversion. Well done.
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By 2010 we will start to see more 8th scale electrics that are built from the ground up to be electric. The conversions are just a step on the road to ground up electric 8th scales.
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By 2010 we will start to see more 8th scale electrics that are built from the ground up to be electric. The conversions are just a step on the road to ground up electric 8th scales.
ya hobao is defenitly thinking outside the box on this and i also think within the next year the buggies may be going on a big diet. it al depends on how popular 1/8th brushless gets if the big companies are gonna spend the money on development. this hobao defenitly has my atention.
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