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Old 02-03-2005, 05:08 AM   #1
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Default New to offroad mp 7.5 RTR or EB4 RTR or hyper 7 RTR

Having trouble choosing between inferno mp 7.5 sports RTR and the thunder tiger EB4 RTR or hyper 7? Any thoughts or tips would be helpfull thaks.

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I'm not sure about the Thunder Tiger, but I have read a lot about the Inferno RTR's engine running pretty hot. That was one of the reasons why I ended up getting the standard kit instead of the RTR.
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