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Old 10-27-2012, 11:18 AM   #1
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Default Team associated rc8.2e rtr vs hpi vorza flux buggies

Which one is a better 1/8 rtr e buggy? List the pros and cons of each. I drive on a loamy track at my house and do some bashing too. If there is another rtr e buggy that is as good then tell me.

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Old 10-27-2012, 12:47 PM   #2
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The Vorza (to awnswer your question).

The pros:

The cons: it's a crappy RTR and you should just build a kit instead. Youre going to need to know how to do that in the long run anyways. And you can use quality stuff for everything when you build a kit yourself.

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For bashing, I think the Vorza will fulfill your needs just fine. Racing is another story though. For that, I'd go with the RC8.2E. But then again, as mentioned, if racing you would be better off getting a kit and doing it right.
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