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  • 1/10 summit,i like its waterproofness, the locking diffs,hi/low trans

    3 12.50%
  • revo 3.3, always loved them

    1 4.17%
  • slayer 3.3, then convert to revo "already have most parts"

    2 8.33%
  • savage flux, need I say more?

    8 33.33%
  • savage x

    5 20.83%
  • savage xl

    5 20.83%
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    RE: REALLY tough choice

    Im not bipolar i swear lol but now Its between the savage x and the hyper 7 and the nexx 8t. If I can find some more reviews of the nexx and somewhere to get parts ill go with that.
    If you dont know what your doing, its best to do it quickly.

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    RE: REALLY tough choice

    That Nexx thing would be a good call.. Afaik, it's a rebadged Jammin X2 CRT, so that widens the pool for parts...
    Nitro > stamp collecting, watching grass grow, cleaning room, etc.. > electric.

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    RE: REALLY tough choice

    Yeah and I found a bunch of parts for it on tower there just labeled for the jammin but its the same thing so im probably about to order that.
    If you dont know what your doing, its best to do it quickly.

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    RE: REALLY tough choice

    If you're not planning on serious racing it's a good call.. Only real question mark is that it takes offset rims, and nowadays most truggy rims are 0 offset. But if you're just bashing and running for fun on the track, it's sure to be a good rig.. Jammin/Ofna is generally good quality.
    Nitro > stamp collecting, watching grass grow, cleaning room, etc.. > electric.

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    RE: REALLY tough choice


    ORIGINAL: HerrSavage

    If you're not planning on serious racing it's a good call.. Only real question mark is that it takes offset rims, and nowadays most truggy rims are 0 offset. But if you're just bashing and running for fun on the track, it's sure to be a good rig.. Jammin/Ofna is generally good quality.

    Just playing around at home no racing with this. I just got a sc10 im going to try racing with.
    If you dont know what your doing, its best to do it quickly.

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    RE: REALLY tough choice

    a Truggy makes a million times better basher then a Buggy............... I think my buggy is boring to bash with.....it has very limited offroad capabilities and only really shines on a groomed surface............ On my track I love the buggy, but for bashing its pretty weak compared to a Truggy !
    Neal Smith..owner Clockwork Racing Engines

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    RE: REALLY tough choice

    ORIGINAL: HerrSavage

    That Nexx thing would be a good call.. Afaik, it's a rebadged Jammin X2 CRT, so that widens the pool for parts...
    few parts are unique on it like the arms. (I think it now uses 0 offset rims)
    I downloaded the instruction manual a while back just in case my X1 needs parts
    even if it takes half offset I found ofna sells a 15mm extension spacer set to widen it pretty cheap which I think will bring its offset inline with other rims.
    With great speed comes greater repair bills.
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    RE: REALLY tough choice

    It does use 1/2 off set rims...are you sure the arms Different?
    If you dont know what your doing, its best to do it quickly.


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