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Old 08-13-2005, 02:03 AM   #1
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Well I was just wondering which one is better the traxxas Jato or the HPI MT2 or MT2 SS, The traxxas one says it goes 55+ but its only 2wd is it as durable. Thx for the info
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Well for bashing you'll probably have more fun with the hpi. Probably have better luck racing with the traxxas as there aren't really any 4x4 stadium truck classes.

The hpi will be much more difficult to work on due to the many more moving parts, and probably more expensive to maintain.

The jato is so new it's hard to say which would be better. But I like some of the features of the jato. But I think both companies make good vehicles.
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