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Old 05-01-2009, 10:13 AM   #1
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Default HB Murdeigo Body

I am looking for an HB body to fitting my new Cyclone.
How about this body, anybody think if is any good, any comments, please?
In my eyesight, i prefer more that Impreza Proto in Worlds, instead this 1, unfortunately it won't in the market.
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Old 05-01-2009, 10:54 AM   #2
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The front end doesnt look very aggressive so i dont know how much steering it will have. Looks good tho dont think there out yet
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Old 05-01-2009, 12:41 PM   #3
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I am looking for an HB body to fitting my new Cyclone.
How about this body, anybody think if is any good, any comments, please?
In my eyesight, i prefer more that Impreza Proto in Worlds, instead this 1, unfortunately it won't in the market.
Hi mac853,
The Murdeigo body actually works really good on tight layout track. It has very good initial turn-in and carrys good corner speed. I would say this body is good for small technical layout with spool setup rather than bigger high speed tracks.

Yes, we have this body in stock now. (you can also buy it from our web)
#61734 HB Murdeigo Body (190mm)

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Hi mac853,
The Murdeigo body actually works really good on tight layout track. It has very good initial turn-in and carrys good corner speed. I would say this body is good for small technical layout with spool setup rather than bigger high speed tracks.

Yes, we have this body in stock now. (you can also buy it from our web)
#61734 HB Murdeigo Body (190mm)

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Maybe not good for me, i run in large tracks, but with spool, thanks!
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I am racing a Tamiya TB Evo 4 on a small 100 x 50 outdoor asphalt track. I dont have a lot to compare it to (other bodies) but my car handles great with the Hot Bodies Murdeigo body.

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Old 07-16-2010, 01:35 AM   #6
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looks great
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