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Old 01-08-2009, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default 10 scale buggy.! ttr tomahawk vs. hb lighting10

sup guys i have been racing 1/8th buggy lately but the track is like 1hr away. my local track races 10 scale offroad. they allow gas but i have been the one racing my gt2. me and a few other guys have been talking about racing 10 scale gaas buggys. theres only two out there and was wondering if anyone has an opion on eather one of the cars because im looking to buy a new car soon. thanks for the help
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For 1/10 4WD I would look no further than a brushless Factory Team B44. It out handle and basically rip the doors of the other two you posted on a 1/10 track. 1/8 is definitely nitro land, 1/10 is better served by electric.
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the HB is more of a 10th racer than the tomahawk from the reviews i've read on both and from what i know of the 2 companies.

there is also a Kyosho 1/10th just released and a Tamiya which are all nitro as well. but check with your LHS and see if or what the would or will not stock. if enough of you and your buddy's are asking i'm sure the owner would begin to stock what you need.
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