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Old 10-02-2010, 08:47 AM   #1
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Default NEED HELP ON DECIDING losi 8 2.0 rtr or jammin x2 crt rtr

hey guys, i am thinking about trading my rtr blitz ese for one of the three great offers i have. the losi and the d8t are on here, but the jammin is local. here is a link to the jammin ad, http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv...982904301.html
and i dont have a pic of the losi but basically it include a reedy 21 engine, the stock engine, starter box needs a new belt, and 5-6 kind headz upgrades. what do you think?
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Definately get the losi, its just a better platform and for what you are getting it sounds like a pretty good deal. Ofna in general i've never been fond of, i don't know why but 10 years ago it was not a very good brand of rc. The losi's can be upgraded to race roller specs over time and once you are there, they are as race capable of a vehicle as you will find.
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IMO from doing research here latelly, you really cant go wrong with any of them..
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What comes with the D8T? The losi and D8T are both good. I have been a losi fan for years, but went to the D8T this year. I have driven both, and they are both top notch racers. It all boils down to what comes with them and personal taste. I really don't think one is better than the other. Also being used, what one was better maintained? I will say that I had some of my fastest laps with the losi, but I am more consistent with my D8T. I ran the same mill and equipment in both.
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What does everyone else at your track run ?

There might be a reason for that......
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