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Old 08-26-2010, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default What's the difference?

I have been out of the RC thing for about 10 years. Last 1/8 scale buggy was a Mugen Super Athlete if that tells you anything. I have been looking at Mugen and OFNA to get back into this. OFNA has way too many buggy's to pick from. I want something to beat around the yard and also be able to take to the track if I feal the need. I have been looking at the Ultra LX One. I also want to get back into this for cheap to begin with. I wil be looking at used stuff so that makes it even harder for me to find because I don't know what I am looking at any more. I missed a Mugen MBX-5 with bump box and everything a couple of days ago for $200 and I havn't been sleeping well since. Help me figure this all out. Thanks

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