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Is it bad to put a 3.3 in a Nitro Rustler?

Is it bad to put a 3.3 in a Nitro Rustler?

Old 12-20-2009, 01:31 PM
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Default Is it bad to put a 3.3 in a Nitro Rustler?

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Old 12-20-2009, 01:39 PM
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i would not think it would be but i would say the front wheels wont stay on the ground.
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Old 05-23-2010, 01:04 AM
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ok, i have read other peoples theads and they all say tat if you go 3.3 then get a jato 3.3 and then they put a 2.5r in them but i ave also readthat if you are good at driving and you know exactley what to expect then they aren't bad but i would find a motor thats inbetween the 2.5r and the 3.3 first
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it's never good to put too much money into a nitro rustler, if your wanting to go faster, upgrade to some other kit.

I used to work at hobby town and I watched everyone with a sport rustler, electric or nitro hop them up and pour an insane amount of money into them. only to find out that a car like that can't handle the speed. then they wished they saved their money and invested in something else.
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