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Old 01-16-2005, 04:00 PM   #1
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Default heres my dilemma

i got a brand new hpi rs4 with .15 motor and 2 speed and a used nitro tc3 with a .12 and 1 speed, i wanna get rid of one of these cars and get a monster truck---either a e-maxx or t-maxx, which car should i sell and which truck should i buy? i only use the cars for parking lot bashing no racing whatsoever, which one is faster the hpi or the tc3?i would only be using the truck for jumpin and basically destroying it?
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Old 01-16-2005, 07:27 PM   #2
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As much as I hate to say it, but keep the hpi rs4 (really like ntc3) heres why : it has a 2 speed and is newer so will inevitably be faster and last longer HOWEVER if you are prepared to hop either one of these cars up they are both very good cars as for your monster truck choice if you want to go nitro I would advise a hpi savage much stronger and harder to break than a t/e maxx and therefore will give you more runtime and less "fix time" hope this helps cheers
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