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Old 08-04-2009, 08:43 AM
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Hey all: This new jammin truck looks realy cool,but what class will it be legal to run in? From what i read it will be avalible in gas and electric with all wheel drive,but with the all wheel drive will it be allowed in either the gas or electric corr truck classes or will a new corr truck class be created for it? Thanks for the info
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Hey all: This new jammin truck looks realy cool,but what class will it be legal to run in? From what i read it will be avalible in gas and electric with all wheel drive,but with the all wheel drive will it be allowed in either the gas or electric corr truck classes or will a new corr truck class be created for it? Thanks for the info
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We've been throwing the idea for a 4WD SCT class around. We were starting to think an 8th scale buggy class with the AE SCT wheels and SCT style bodies. But if there's a cheaper route, say a 4WD electric already setup that way... I'd buy one. Then, once people see them in action, they'll spread.
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Originally Posted by R40Victim View Post
We've been throwing the idea for a 4WD SCT class around. We were starting to think an 8th scale buggy class with the AE SCT wheels and SCT style bodies. But if there's a cheaper route, say a 4WD electric already setup that way... I'd buy one. Then, once people see them in action, they'll spread.
Ya! It has to be turn key if you want it to take off big, altering cars into something else makes it to hard for the average guy to get involved. I dont think Jammin will be the one to make 4wd sc go big but at least there putting the option out there and if they sell hopefully the bigger 3 companies jump on and market the hell out of it!
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If this thing is built over the CRT.5 it will defenilty be a winner.

The body looks a lot lik AEs bodies. I hope it isnt as thin.
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Originally Posted by losifiend View Post
If this thing is built over the CRT.5 it will defenilty be a winner.

The body looks a lot lik AEs bodies. I hope it isnt as thin.
Tim Bump, whom I understand is on the design team for this truck, said it is Hyper mini-e based in the other OFNA goes SC thread.
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Originally Posted by kja812 View Post
Tim Bump, whom I understand is on the design team for this truck, said it is Hyper mini-e based in the other OFNA goes SC thread.

If you know someone there tell them to chime in on this and give us some more info! I want to see what it looks like with the body off, price and when will it be available? I emailed there info email and havnt heard back
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This is a 1/10th scale car and it's cousin to the CRT.5, of parts are being prototyped and revised for a heavier car, but the fact that the CRT.5 was allready a stout car then it would only need revised parts for the SC style car like front and rear bumpers are now like your typical short course, wheels and tires which are new for our product line and the body and mounts to the car, sorry no off lid shots of yet but it will be definetly a fun car to drive, I keep rubbing on the car like a genie in a lamp.
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How much longer will we have to wait to learn more about these new trucks comming out??? I cant wait its killing me
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Originally Posted by -R2- View Post
This is a 1/10th scale car and it's cousin to the CRT.5, of parts are being prototyped and revised for a heavier car, but the fact that the CRT.5 was allready a stout car then it would only need revised parts for the SC style car like front and rear bumpers are now like your typical short course, wheels and tires which are new for our product line and the body and mounts to the car, sorry no off lid shots of yet but it will be definetly a fun car to drive, I keep rubbing on the car like a genie in a lamp.
Thanks for the update! Dont rub it too much it might get bigger and grow into an 8th scale
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Website says 6 new SCT models before the end of the year. So was it built to ROAR rules so it can run in the SCT class or is this another RTR basher type vehicle like the Losi?
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Originally Posted by rcmark24 View Post
Website says 6 new SCT models before the end of the year. So was it built to ROAR rules so it can run in the SCT class or is this another RTR basher type vehicle like the Losi?
What website says 6 new trucks?
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makes ya wonder if all 6 of them will be 4wd. Or if they will jump into the 2wd market too. Im hopen for both myself.
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Originally Posted by dgdcustoms View Post
makes ya wonder if all 6 of them will be 4wd. Or if they will jump into the 2wd market too. Im hopen for both myself.
Ya good question, so if theres 6 then what else don't we know about yet? SC10, Slash, SCRT10, Losi, and HPI. And do they meen 6 new ones or will there be six including whats already out?
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