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Old 12-31-2012, 07:53 PM
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Integy is junk. Everything they make is junk. It's so cheap for a reason. You get what you pay for.
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Hudy is like apple in the rc world. I can set up a tc or off road with integy, and will line up with hudy.
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I'll kick in $5 for the Hudy...
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Originally Posted by DoogieLee View Post
I'll kick in $5 for the Hudy...
Gonna need more than a good setup to help your driving.
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Originally Posted by robcamj View Post
Gonna need more than a good setup to help your driving.
hahahahaha...
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:20 PM
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I'm not saying the Integy is the same quality as a Hudy but I've used an Integy before and it worked perfect for me. I set up a 1/8 buggy with it and it was a pretty nice setup station. Actually surprised me that it was made by Integy. I've also used a Hudy and it worked the way it should just like the Integy did.

If you haven't seen or used the Integy and Hudy then hold your negative comments on the Integy.
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Originally Posted by crash n go View Post
You could buy the 1/8th scale hudy and buy integy adapters for your 1/10th scale cars and you should be able to use one. The integy adapters screw on the axles and make them the same size as a 1/8th scale. I think it will work. Not sure if anything integy should be allowed to touch hudy though
Makes since! Has anyone tried this?
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Originally Posted by 1mrdad View Post
I've owned both. The HUDY is far superior. Better build quality and more precise. No comparison.
Which version of the Integy did you have? I believe the new ones are better quality. I've used both Integy and Hudy.

I thinking of getting this Integy since I can use it for both offroad and touring car...

http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p...3#.USWCM94o7IU
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