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Old 09-12-2001, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default HPI Nitro MT & other trucks

Hey fellas.

I am after my 2nd nitro and am intersted in a 4wd truck that is quick and strong

How do you guys rate the MT. I am thinking of getting the Racer version since it has a lot of the hopups..

I have an OS12cvx that is fairly new.. only broke it in..

Can I use this on the Racer.. its the slide carb version.. will I need to buy anything else..?

Is this a good engine for this car ?


What other engines should i be looking at.. something that is easy to tune has lots power but doesn't kill my wallet..

Are there any other trucks in this class that I should look at ?
I don't want a RTR version..
I am from Sydney, Australia.
thanks for reading..
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