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Old 05-13-2010, 01:39 PM
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this person will sell it for a good price, iwas going to buy it
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yep, it looks legit
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I sold mine.. the only problem is getting parts ofr them, there is no aftermarket parts support for them.it may have RPM arms on the front, but where do you gt transmission parts for it, and it does not even have a slipper clutch..I tried to put a 13t brushless in it but it just stripped the spurs..I sold mine on epay for around 150 shipped...and the stock bodies SUCK they are made from the cheapest material out there they will crack/rip/ etc..
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Originally Posted by hndaman1 View Post
I sold mine.. the only problem is getting parts ofr them, there is no aftermarket parts support for them.it may have RPM arms on the front, but where do you gt transmission parts for it, and it does not even have a slipper clutch..I tried to put a 13t brushless in it but it just stripped the spurs..I sold mine on epay for around 150 shipped...and the stock bodies SUCK they are made from the cheapest material out there they will crack/rip/ etc..
hmm... well thatys a loss, but thunder tech sells metal gears for it which might have come in handy, as for the spur, one could probably try to fit a clutch in it. jmo
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