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Old 04-01-2003, 01:09 PM   #16
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Well, all the best arguments are already covered. Besides the fact that nitro is CONSIDERABLY cheaper in the long run, there's nothing like the sound and smell of nitro in the morning!!!!!!!!
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Well, all the best arguments are already covered. Besides the fact that nitro is CONSIDERABLY cheaper in the long run, there's nothing like the sound and smell of nitro in the morning!!!!!!!!
Agreed!! But I'll still keep my 12th scale
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Old 04-01-2003, 10:11 PM   #18
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i have done both and nitro is by far my favorite and i swear i spent more on electric in 6 months than 1 year nitro

but if we are going to have another bad winter like this year i am going to get another electric so i dont have to sit around all winter wishing for better weather
Just move out to Southern California. We can do anything year round out here.
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Nah mate, move on over to OZ.
Much better over here
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I have yet to race either. But i love driving Nitro WAY more than electric for bashing Soo much faster.. More noise.. Longer Time running!
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Once you go Gas !!!!!!!!!!

You'll find that

Electric Sux Asssssss !!!!!!
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