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Switching from electric to nitro!

Old 12-26-2007, 02:42 AM
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yea i guss your right, im not familiar with 28s , is there a Novice 28?? most 28s would have mad power so id just practice and you ll get used to it.

or go buggy you ll love it. cheaper wheels,tyres and a good variety of engines to choose from. AXE sport is really good for beginners from my experince with it and a decent exhaust eg Jammin JP-2
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Old 12-26-2007, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by rezenclowd3 View Post
Actually the Xray is less than the Mugen MBX5T Prospec IF I buy a truggy soon, its will be an XT8 not because of price however. A $30 difference in this hobby for a kit is nothing to make a decision over. I just prefer the design a little more.

If you plan on racing, I always recommend getting a kit or race roller, not an RTR. Its just not worth it to toss servos and buy new ones and have an engine that you will most likely want to upgrade anyway. This is just MY experience. I will never buy used again, nor will I buy an RTR.
agree, rtrs are a waste of money... you have to buy new servos,upgrades and engines...
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