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Old 02-11-2009, 06:00 PM   #1
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Just saw this on Youtube, Revo comes with Venlineon installed. FROM THE FACTORY. And the Slash is 4wd. Sick.

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Old 02-11-2009, 07:44 PM   #2
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they look kinda cool. I wonder what I would use it for lol
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That slash is sweet. To bad its not 1-10 scale though.

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those look pretty fun...
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Slayer + Brushless Conversion = awesome.
But I'd still take the mini-Revo.
Hopefully it ends up under $300.
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yeah my guess is $200-$300. I hope no more than that.
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Looks like the Revo atleast is 2.4ghz... Plus brushless... Those two alone add up to almost $300... Slash looks awsome though. I will likely buy one. I dont know what for yet, but it will be here eventually
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The mini-Slash hoefully will be at max $150, considering the full-size is $200, no idea about the mini-Revo though.
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dont forget it includes a NiMh battery...with the 2.4, traxxas is coming out with some good rtr's...
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Don't really need the battery, but whatever, better than not getting one for the same price.
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looks good. really trying not to do the mini stuff again but I might have to get the revo. I would do the slash but really dont want to run brushed motors.
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Looks like the Revo atleast is 2.4ghz... Plus brushless... Those two alone add up to almost $300... Slash looks awsome though. I will likely buy one. I dont know what for yet, but it will be here eventually
Its not. They just ran that at the toy fair so they could run the car with out interfering with other stuff
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Mkes sense... And if you look at the chassis, they are both the same truck only the slash has shorter arms.
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This explains it all -

"Hello,

The 1/16 scale trucks should be in US hobby shops sometime this
spring. They are in the prototype stage right now so the final product has
not yet been decided. They will probably cost around $200 for the brushed
Slayer EX and around $300 for the brushless E-Revo 1/16.



Best regards,
Stephen Lindholm,
TRAXXAS Customer Service"
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:49 AM   #15
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Even though they are only 1/16 scale, with all four wheels putting power to the ground those will make better off-road bashers than 1/10 2WD Stadium Trucks!
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