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    geez

    i made a post before about a redcat car that i couldnt get to start here was the problemi have no luck car was brand new the transmitter was broken so i got my other one to work with it so i couldnt get the car started tried for 5 hours adjusted everything and i said screw it and brought it to a hobby shop and the fuse boz and the crystals were all screwed up i soend almost more money fixing the thing then what i actually paid for it and i have even got the thing to drive yet i have to pick it up ina few

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    RE: geez

    If you were having trouble with the electronics right off the bat you should have contacted whoever you bought it from first.
    1/8 Redcat Hurricane XP Buggy/.27 motor (4.43cc)/tuned exhaust
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    RE: geez

    It can be fustrating, i have been in the hobby for years and understand 100%. I have had pretty good luck so far with the redcat vehicles. i have the volcano and tornado, the only problem i seem to have is the shifting of the tornado. i will try to adjust tomorrow. Also the engines are a little difficult to tune. i would suggest to get a fuel filter for it since i did see some plastic shavings in the tank before i put fuel in it. but it is an expensive hobby no matter how much $ you spend on the vehicle. Part of the hobby is fixing it yourself. Either ask on the forum, local hobby store etc, if you just pay to fix it you wont know how to fix it next time.
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