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Old 01-02-2012, 02:52 PM   #16
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I just got into RCs several months ago. Picked up a buddies project MP777 and Revo. Both took some work to get going and continue to be a lot of work. Nitro is very rewarding as far as the upkeep, tuning and maintenance. It's like a real race car!
The Kyosho is insanely fast. I bash with it a lot and should be restricting it more to my local track.
I just picked up an old RC10GT. Drives fantastic, the 2wd, I think, is more fun to drive than the 4wd.

Comparing a Nitro to a battery car is like comparing a .22 rifle to a Barrett .50. Both hit their target but one does it in a much more explosive display.
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