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Old 12-24-2021, 09:51 AM
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I know , I know itís a tmaxx . However when I found a low runtime one with the box I couldnít resist. Paint done by none other than Larry Genova! All the original paperwork is there , shock risers, transmitter, and starter. I tested briefly and it does run perfect, however itís staying on the shelf. It really takes me back to 1999. I remember seeing it rcca magazine and wanted one immediately. Then when I went to the hobby shop like 2 weeks later they had one. I sold my beloved hpi rs4 that day. This was found on e bay . I actually got it for a really good price. Only thing I did was bought new tires and wheels and obviously the body. Let me know what you guys think?

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Sweet truck, but I would've kept the RS4... lol
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Old 12-31-2021, 08:24 PM
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Dunno if you're planning to run it, but if you are, get a bigger engine. .15 is just not enough for that big heavy truck.
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Sweet truck, but I would've kept the RS4... lol
I agree , it had every Wolfpack radical aluminum part, 2 speed with the skyline body. It was a really nice car .
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Dunno if you're planning to run it, but if you are, get a bigger engine. .15 is just not enough for that big heavy truck.
no , it sit s on the shelf
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In that case, any engine will do.
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Fond memories brought back by your post...

A forward only kit, shaved tread or pin type light tires, and an O.S. .15 CV Square blue head ditch ez start for pull. Add a tuned pipe and header with the short wheelbase narrow track , all the power needed to ride wheelies. Good times
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