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Old 05-31-2007, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Traxxas goes BRUSHLESS ?!?!

Novak made brushless mainstream. Traxxas might be able to take it to the next level.
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you bet it... now I can wait a while and finally get an electric revo.....
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i heard someware that traxxas is making a hit on electric touring racing

with a GOOD 1/10 car
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i heard someware that traxxas is making a hit on electric touring racing

with a GOOD 1/10 car


??TRAXXAS REALLY GOOD TOURING????? HAHAha i dont see that happening
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anything could happen


did you think a stock traxxas could win big races in the monster truck class before the revo?

...no!
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