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Old 07-25-2009, 03:33 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Truggy

i am currently looking at getting a Hotbodies D8T because i already have the D8. but i am woundering if there is anything i need to no before getting one. other than i need bigger tires
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Old 07-25-2009, 05:28 AM   #2
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I saw a new one at the track the other day. Not many D8's in my area. The Trugg looked nice like the design and some of the ideas. I'm a Losi driver however if you already have a D8 buggy definitely go with there Trugg. It handles ok some would like to compare it to the Losi. It's not a Losi but it handles nicely. I have never been a fan boy of any brand. I always say get what brand is already in your stable. Unless you want to totally change brands. You will be ok with it just remember just because someone else had a problem with it does not mean you will. Remember the losi eating servo's issue. I never loss one servo in my losi's.
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