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Old 03-06-2009, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default ? about parts fit/quality on cyclone vs others?

I am running 1/8 nitro onroad and am going to get my first electric tc.I have been thinking about the hot bodies cyclone which would allow me to compete in the hpi races.I have driven the hpi rtr cars and they are junk so I was worried about the fit of the hpi and was thinking about the xray and the ae cars.Whats the verdict?Thanks
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Cyclone is very nice fit and finish IMO. Maybe the nicest car I've built (and I've built 6 or 7 high end touring cars).
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Old 03-06-2009, 09:50 PM   #3
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I also have one, I have had my worlds edition for a while and I love it. The parts are nice and clean and all the purple turns heads I have driven some of the top end cars and have liked them but they are just not a Cyclone, although I am new to racing my opinion is it is great and I also had my concerns about HPI/HOT BODIES products until I drove a few of there buggies from both lines and I loved them.
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