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Old 10-12-2011, 06:47 PM
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Inferno13 doesnt want to name the brand he is driving but I happen to know you drove what he has now and can most likely help him out.

You coming to the dome in a Week and a half?
i sent him a PM
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Originally Posted by tc5 man View Post
sorry about that i really did not mean it to be about electric vs nitro .
Get whatever suits your likeing although me i rather get a truggy that has good support and what most people run for setups and other things.
No problem, just dint want a war.
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... i think i have my mind made up on the serpent, alot of positive things said about it and watched many vids and read over 100 pages on both mugen and serpent, i will be running the michigan points series starting in febuary and traveling all over, and doubt i will see a serpent in the hole points series, except for mine
...that'll just be better for you GREAT choice
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Inferno13 doesnt want to name the brand he is driving but I happen to know you drove what he has now and can most likely help him out.

You coming to the dome in a Week and a half?
yup yup.. just got done painting new lidz...... leaving fri. morning around 7ish from madison... see you there.. yes i sent him a couple setups to run... jeremy
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most of you are right its the driver, but i tell you what put a box stock rc8t against an MSPEC mugen and watch the mugen out turn, brake and accelerate.
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Til an arm breaks.. Then a TMAXX will beat it..
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Old 10-12-2011, 11:21 PM
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wow from a guy who still runs MONSTER JUNK class didnt that go out in the 80s?
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Originally Posted by tc5 man View Post
sorry about that i really did not mean it to be about electric vs nitro .
Get whatever suits your likeing although me i rather get a truggy that has good support and what most people run for setups and other things.
Your wither posting wrong info or your not sticking with the topic always adding you AE before its was your 1.0.
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Originally Posted by stuntryda View Post
wow from a guy who still runs MONSTER JUNK class didnt that go out in the 80s?
Monster truck is a huge class at our local track, and very fun to watch, most of the novice kids run in it, and a few are nitro, im just glad to see the novice kids out enjoying the hobby. its posts like this ^^^ that make a class not so popular anymore and keeping the novice kids interested in whatever they are running. after all the novice kids are the most important class at the track!!!! and we are the ones they look up to for advice and praise, and "monster junk class" is not good advice and praise!
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I drive a losi 8 2.0 truggy well until today I drove a friends mugen
And I am now a proud mugen driver bought it. Selling my losi the mugen
Was so stable and easy to drive
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