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Old 03-14-2004, 11:14 AM   #1
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Default XXX-NT Starter box - which one?

Guys I have an AE starter box for my RC10GTs and NTC3s.

I recently built a Losi XXX-NT......what brand of starter box do you suggest for the NT........I've played around with the spacing for the indexing of the Losi on the AE box and it does not fit well, so I'll get another box.

What kind of box do you suggest?

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Old 03-14-2004, 12:05 PM   #2
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Ofna True Start. Works pretty good.
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I use the Ofna black True Start with my NT, and it works well, and was easy to set the pegs up for the NT.
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I'm using the ofna pink starter box. Works effortlessly for break in, and was pretty easy to setup.
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i use the dynamite model..you cant use alignment pins because there are no places to put them...i made marks on the chassis with a perm marker to show where to put
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I use the Dynamite Ready Start and it's worked great for me so far and the pegs or whatever that comes with it make it super easy to have the truck aligned right everytime.
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I am partial to a box powered by the single black motor vs. those two dinky motors that look like they were scrapped off a frog.
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ofna multi starter works great
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