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Old 02-05-2009, 12:59 AM   #1
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Default Tuned pipe for colt


I have a colt 1/10 buggy that i use on the farm just to bash around with,
you know, nothing serious such as racing.

anyway i was wondering whether it would be worth it to get a tuned pipe for it, it runs well but i would like to know if it would provide much of a power increase or if i should just leave it stock.

Kyosho Super Ten FW-04

Colt 1/10 buggy, converting to rally style this weekend

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