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Which Buggy is Better?

Old 12-23-2012, 01:36 AM
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Hello I am new to rc cars and I am deciding which hsp xstr rc buggy to buy:



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New Version operating at 2.4Ghz offers more responsive control, eliminating interference.
2.4ghz system boosts the control range but lower the remote power consumption
2.4ghz remote comes with a shorter antenna, does not break as easily as the traditional metal remote antenna
Faster speed and with many aluminum parts upgrades
4 WD alloy shaft drive
Powerful SP03302 Brushless RC540 3300KV motor with anodized aluminum heatproof cover
Hobbywing Brushless ESC with Electric Fan
Large capacity 7.4v 3600mAh Lipo battery
Aluminum centre transmission shaft
Front/rear differentials with high performance
Stylish Off road buggy wing
Oil filled Aluminum shocks
Chrome Plated Color wheel rims
Fully proportional braking, forward and reverse
Full ball bearings
Hi Torque servo
Pre-trimmed aggressive tread tires with good protection against skid

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Description
Brand New Latest ultimate HSP Top Version Series

Pistol Grip Style-2.4 Ghz Remote control and receiver with Low Voltage Warning
New 2.4 Ghz technology provides longer control range and no worry about interference
Powerful Brushless 540Type 3650 2724KV motor
HSP Novatech 80A ESC with Cooling Fan
Large Capacity 11.1v 3600 mAh Lipo Battery
Australian standard wall charger with lipo battery charging balancer
Aluminum centre transmission shaft
Oil filled Aluminum shocks
4 WD alloy shaft drive
Front/rear differentials with high performance
Many aluminum parts upgrades
Fully proportional braking, forward and reverse
Full ball bearings
Hi Torque servo
Pre-trimmed aggressive tires with good protection against skid
Stylish Off road buggy wing



I know that one has a 7.4v 3600mAh 2s Lipo Battery and the other one has a 11.1v 3600mAh 3s Lipo Battery.

Will the 11.1v battery cause the car to overheat and possibly explode?
Which one will have a longer lasting battery and which one will ride faster?
Other aspects? Which is better?

Please help thanks guys
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Old 05-01-2013, 04:49 PM
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HSP may look pretty but it's trash. Get a reputable brand. Tamiya, Kyosho, associated. That sort of thing
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Originally Posted by swarf
HSP may look pretty but it's trash. Get a reputable brand. Tamiya, Kyosho, associated. That sort of thing
I couldn't agree more with this. If you're going to buy HSP you may as well throw your money into the wind.

Traxxas
Tamiya
Kyosho
HPI
Losi
Durango
Thunder Tiger
Hot Bodies
JQ
Mugen
Vaterra
Team Associated
Ofna
Serpent
Tekno
Xray


That should get you started.
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I am leaning toward this buggy.
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http://www.hpiracing.com/kitinfo/101850/
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