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Old 05-03-2009, 07:52 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by cary View Post
do you mean that it is so hard to flip over a truggy that people
will not race them
No thats not what I mean. I dont really now why its dying here.

I originally quit racing truggy because they were less reliable than buggy(st-rr) and the driving was way too rough.

I recent started again and evryone is driving clean and my truggy(8T-2.0) is holding up. Im actually having a blast.
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:24 PM   #17
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a bunch of truggy bashers huh most racers drive buggy cuz theay cant afford a new truggy
Not the case at all. I absolutely love racing truggy. However Like I have been saying, it doesn't take as much skill to drive a truggy fast. And as I said, Truggies won't teach you as much. There is also more competition in buggy.

Truth is they are both very good classes and are here to stay. All depends on your personal preference. If I had to choose between the two, it would be a VERY hard decision.
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:28 PM   #18
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thats the truth it doesnt take much skill to drive a truggy a guy a race with let me run his losi eight t and i never ran a truggy just 2wd gas truck and it was easy to handle,the only thing is the jumping and the cornering are diffrent u have to say in the rythem with the eight t in the corners
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I can tell you this. Driving a 2wd will teach you how to drive and then when you switch to 4wd you should do well. I know guys that drive 4wd and can't handle a 2wd.
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