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I no everyone has there own opinions and will fight an argue about this topic.. don't wanna hear that just wondering between B64d, xray, kyosho , losi ect. What is everyone running An liking right now .. I've had the b44.3 and liked it and I love my d413s! But wanna try something new now...was wanting the B64d but not hearing any good news or feed back on that buggy so it's pushing me away. Need help picking a new buggy!
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I no everyone has there own opinions and will fight an argue about this topic.. don't wanna hear that just wondering between B64d, xray, kyosho , losi ect. What is everyone running An liking right now .. I've had the b44.3 and liked it and I love my d413s! But wanna try something new now...was wanting the B64d but not hearing any good news or feed back on that buggy so it's pushing me away. Need help picking a new buggy!
Wait for the Tekno eb410 if you really want something brand new.
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I'm liking my zx6.6 but I'll be checking out the tekno when it's released.
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The best 4wd buggy is....








The one you own.
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HB D413 downright strong jumps better than the others just me priced decent . Does need some upgrades though and tuning on higher grip to calm down the steering and aggressiveness .
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I'm having success with the Schumacher Cat K2 it'd beautiful a piece of art. However, I run it in a stock class which is popular in Australia. The guys who ran it in mod gave up on it as it's engineered too close to the edge of performance and would break too much.

The b64, hot bodies & x-ray are fast here & also reliable. Actually b64 yet to be totally proven but from what I've seen it is taking a reasonable beating ok. Ray Munday and his son were flying on the weekend. You can't go wrong with them if wanting a big motor. The k2 would be awesome for 10.5t and slower, it's quick.
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I drove a B64D for the first time this weekend and box stock it was .3 faster per lap then my 22-4 it was pretty awesome. I was impressed.
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Some of the B64D at our track were breaking parts. Think it was something with the steering and another guy broke the shock tower mounts, think was actually the bulk head. He did hit something pretty hard though.

How about the Yokomo YZ4 heard it was a good car with some upgrades. I'm thinking to try one.
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both the losi and associated are good choices. xray isnt popular in my area or id try it too.
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Pretty much it will depend on the driver these days. I raced my dex410v5 two days ago against a field of mostly b64d's and the top 3 was. 1.tlr 22-4 2. AE b64d 3 TD dex410v5. All of them looked great on the track and we were separated by a few seconds. It was all about the driver skills. Most of them nowadays are very durable and parts a accessible (some more than others). At the end will be what brand are you loyal to or what catches you eye because any of them can win a race any day.
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Wait for the Tekno eb410 if you really want something brand new.
I'm getting that too but in the mean time I like to have a couple different set ups ..
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I drove a B64D for the first time this weekend and box stock it was .3 faster per lap then my 22-4 it was pretty awesome. I was impressed.
That's what I like to hear 👍🏽
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For sure gonna get the Tekno when it drops because I'm a Tekno guy .. but for now might still try the B64 or xray
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Anyone know if Tekno is carrying on with their heavy duty manufacturing style? I imagine they need to build a lightweight buggy that can catch the 13.5 wheeler domestic market. Just dont know if its worth holding out for, if it is going to resemble the SCT410 (only if you are running 13.5)
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Anyone know if Tekno is carrying on with their heavy duty manufacturing style? I imagine they need to build a lightweight buggy that can catch the 13.5 wheeler domestic market. Just dont know if its worth holding out for, if it is going to resemble the SCT410 (only if you are running 13.5)
I'm pretty sure they have no other option but to go with a lighter/alternative design. But I fully expect it to still be durable.

All the info we've got on it is in the official EB410 thread. Which sadly isn't much yet.
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