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Old 03-23-2005, 05:09 PM   #1
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i got my choice to pick from these 3 vechicle's below and im debateing on which one so please someone help me out here

Hpi MT 2


Traxxas Rustler 2.5


Traxxas T-maxx

i want one that's very reliable,fast,can be hooked up and you know off roading*grass,dirt,sand*...thank you all
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Old 03-23-2005, 07:00 PM   #2
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I would pick the T-Maxx because of aftermarket parts availability and it is wasy to maintain. The HPI might be a good car, but I'm not sure if a lot of hobby shops carry parts for that particular truck. The Rustler isn't exactly known for its racing heritage...
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Sounds like you want to bash around. So nothing better than that than the overgrown tires and 4wd of an MT.
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I would stick with the t-maxx. It might not be the fastest one out of the bunch but you can find just about anything you want for it. And it can take a licking. I have seen some videos of those doing some amazing things.
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RS4 MT2.
with the t-maxx, you're spending another $50 or so to go through broken bulkheads and a picky engine.
top speed the T-maxx doesn't have much on the MT2 either.

pound for pound ,the MT2 is 100x tougher than the Maxx.
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