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Losi 8t 2.0 or Mugen MBX6t

Old 11-10-2010, 08:02 PM
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Originally Posted by tc5 man
as you can see in my avatar pic i run a 1.0 t .
I dont get what you are trying to get across? other than talking to yourself?
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Old 11-10-2010, 08:03 PM
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Originally Posted by rider313
I dont get what you are trying to get across? other than talking to yourself?


i hit the quote button my mistake.
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:09 PM
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Originally Posted by rider313
I dont get what you are trying to get across? other than talking to yourself?
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted by tc5 man
as you can see in my avatar pic i run a 1.0 t .
just sold my hopped up 1.0, just bought a 2.0 on here! was not even a question on what truggy to buy!!!! love the losi!!!!!!! after running my buddies losi 2.0 truggy, dint really have to twist my arm to get one! handled craxy awsome and did what i wanted it to with no swearing or breaking my radio....lol, go losi, you wont be disappointed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! tc5 man, if you think your 1.0 hadles like the 2.0 like i did at first, not even close my freind!
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:29 PM
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Although I disagree with the breaking of arms (never broken one in two years), I will agree the truck is lighter on its feet. Iif you add about 2 ounces of weight it can be driven extremely hard into the turns. It is a lighter than the 8t.
Ive seen lots of people break either the front or rear arm. This is the only recurring problem I've wittnessed my self lots of times, from multiple drivers with the arms breaking.

If you havent had yours break, i would knock on wood
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:34 PM
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Originally Posted by reggie l.
Ive seen lots of people break either the front or rear arm. This is the only recurring problem I've wittnessed my self lots of times, from multiple drivers with the arms breaking.

If you havent had yours break, i would knock on wood
if you are talking about losi arms, i ran the same arms for 2 years with no problems, thats why i have 15 suspension arms forsale on here! if you know how to run one they dont break!
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:44 PM
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Originally Posted by inferno13
if you are talking about losi arms, i ran the same arms for 2 years with no problems, thats why i have 15 suspension arms forsale on here! if you know how to run one they dont break!
no sir, moogenn....
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Originally Posted by reggie l.
no sir, moogenn....
no sir losi.... what? i see you editided???? LMAO!
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by inferno13
just sold my hopped up 1.0, just bought a 2.0 on here! was not even a question on what truggy to buy!!!! love the losi!!!!!!! after running my buddies losi 2.0 truggy, dint really have to twist my arm to get one! handled craxy awsome and did what i wanted it to with no swearing or breaking my radio....lol, go losi, you wont be disappointed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! tc5 man, if you think your 1.0 hadles like the 2.0 like i did at first, not even close my freind!


trust me i never thought the 1.0 t whould handle like a 2.0 t but i think im going to try a diffrent manfacter like associated or a mugen or something like that that has support at my track.

and also not having to get many hop ups on what i buy and already have them with it already.
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Originally Posted by tc5 man
trust me i never thought the 1.0 t whould handle like a 2.0 but i think im going to try a diffrent manfacter like associated or a mugen or something like that that has support at my track.
I did all the upgrades to my 1.0 and after running a 2.0 it is like a nite and day differnce, you will be surprised!!!!!! and most of the 1.0 parts will fit 2.0 and you will save alittle cash too!!!
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by inferno13
I did all the upgrades to my 1.0 and after running a 2.0 it is like a nite and day differnce, you will be surprised!!!!!! and most of the 1.0 parts will fit 2.0 and you will save alittle cash too!!!


well i get that but i like something where the plastics last a while also.
the funny thing is i dont really know what truggy fits my driving style really lol.

do you mean you upgraded the 1.0 t with 2.0 t parts little by little ?
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by tc5 man
well i get that but i like something where the plastics last a while also.
the funny thing is i dont really know what truggy fits my driving style really lol.

do you mean you upgraded the 1.0 t with 2.0 t parts little by little ?
no i crap canned the 1.0, sold it yesterday and bought a 2.0 on here last night, wife is a little......ok alot pissed off, but.......well......she will get over it....lol...
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Old 11-10-2010, 09:59 PM
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Originally Posted by inferno13
no i crap canned the 1.0, sold it yesterday and bought a 2.0 on here last night, wife is a little......ok alot pissed off, but.......well......she will get over it....lol...

ha im single so i can buy anything i want lol.

anyways if i do get a rc8t champ ed or a mugen and not like it il sell it and get something else.

there was about 4 rc8t running at my track during the outdoor season and they dint look bad on the track. not mugen really just 1 i seen for some reason
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Originally Posted by tc5 man
ha im single so i can buy anything i want lol.

anyways if i do get a rc8t champ ed or a mugen and not like it il sell it and get something else.
That's what I am thinking.
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Old 11-10-2010, 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank L
That's what I am thinking.

its a good idea i know it will be hard to sell a 1.0 t so il probety keep it.
take, a look at the rc8t champ ed comes with all the upgrades you need and i havnt heard to many complaits about them.
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