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Old 12-05-2004, 12:45 AM   #16
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cool...would u recommend an o.s. 12TR? what type of losi tyres would u recommend? i saw the car's pics on thedrake site,,saw those front and rear hubs,are those made of aluminum?
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Old 12-05-2004, 02:08 AM   #17
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The rear hubs on the AD2 are aluminum, but the fronts are plastic.

I know people have had good luck with the TR engine, I personally prefer the Trinity/Sirio engines.

Tire pattern depends on the track surface; on what kind of dirt are you planning to run?
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our track here has a "loose" soil..with some grass...racers here are running 1/8th buggy..but due to high consumption on fuel..racers find the stadium truck class is the most economical one..am i right aaron?
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Os tr in a xxxnt can be done. you have to order it with a standed shaft. I have been running it for about a year.. The traction on the track and set up must be good to laydown the HP..
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ianhobbies - Truck certainly is cheaper to begin racing, that's for sure. Tires and parts are cheaper, and you'll spend less on fuel..so yes, should be cheaper unless you're breaking parts all the time.
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