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Old 04-16-2012, 01:01 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by hitcharide1 View Post
The most affordable way to run nitro is to get an offroad which you can convert into a GT. My cost for everything is about 800 for a car that can be converted either way, with bodies, tires, suspension, bumper, etc. I personally feel that's the future of onroad since you get two cars for the price of one and can do offroad and onroad with about an hour of work to change from one to the other.
thats what we do here 1/8th buggys are very easy to convert and very resonably priced buggys are everywhere.I started with a ofna hyper7 pbs buggy.....perma grin..!!!!...then went to a ofna GTP II....you don't have to go high dollar.If the LHS's wouldn't push the high dollar stuff and get people on the lowwer cost or conversion parts for people who already have a base buggy,you just might bring it back.....
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