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Old 08-20-2005, 10:10 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by OffRoadUSA
Dude, why you saying what I have to say is stupid? Any one of you could have said yes or no.

I answered all of your questions with yes or no answers. Please support my sponsors b/c I'm the only one to actually help you out.

Get a Losi XXX-BK2, run rcprofessor batteries and high velocity motors. Then get your accessories from Harris Rc. You can run in the street with that buggy, you can ramp onto grass or pavement, and it is more durable than nitro on-road cars. ENOUGH SAID
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