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    Truggy...

    Was wondering if anyone made a truggy yet out of one of the redcat or Himoto's 1/8th scale buggies. That is something I am going to do once it arrives...
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    RE: Truggy...

    umm im new to this define truggy pls

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    RE: Truggy...

    buggy with truck tires
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    RE: Truggy...

    Better upgrade the clutch too.
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    RE: Truggy...

    I think it will be fine. I will post my results.
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    RE: Truggy...

    Cool...it will be interesting to see how the clutch holds up under the heavier load of powering bigger wheels and tires.
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    RE: Truggy...

    i have a 1/10 scale himoto buggy, wich i have coverted in to a truggy using panther racing tires and traxxas wheels, its awsesome im really im impressed! it handles better, its faster an with the wheels, tires, parma 41 willys body, and a new wing it looks awesome. il post pics as soon is i get some. ohh and heres a tip, use sidewinder racing fuel in yor buggy in will greatly increas power and help the motor run cooler
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    RE: Truggy...

    Great look foward to seeing your pics.... I prefer Oddonnels fuel. One of the best.
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    RE: Truggy...

    hey i have a himoto 10th buggy that i cnverted in to a truggy (same as redcat), useing traxxas wheels and panther tires, it looks awesome and goes faster and handles better, check out my pic. ohh, and heres a tip use sidewinder racing fuel in yuor buggy it will increase power and speed and decrease engine temp!
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    RE: Truggy...

    sorry u have 2 click on my name to see the pic, enjoy!
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    RE: Truggy...

    oops posted the same thing 2ice lol sorry
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    RE: Truggy...

    Do you have a pic with the body on. I would like to see how it looks complete.
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    RE: Truggy...

    ok i will
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    RE: Truggy...

    Proline sell an axle adaptor that extends the length of the axle and lets you use truck rims with a 23mm hex. It's made for 1/8 buggies.


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