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    exceed/redcat

    is there even a difference beteween these two brands
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    RE: exceed/redcat

    Well, to start off with I have a RedCatRacing Tornado EPX. While searching for that car I also stumbled across Exceed's website. I searched awhile and found the Exceed Sunfire. If you look closely at the two cars there's really no difference, besides the color of the anodized aluminum, and some other components.

    Tornado EPX

    Tornado EPX

    Tornado EPX

    Exceed Sunfire

    Exceed Sunfire

    Exceed Sunfire


    There's the difference. Now as in manufacturers I can tell They both have pretty good reputations, and offer a great deal of help if needed. So I would recommend if you do need a good starter car try one of these, you definitely wont be disappointed.


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    RE: exceed/redcat

    k i was wondering cuz the nitro car they make looks like the lightning
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    RE: exceed/redcat


    ORIGINAL: scrambles12

    k i was wondering cuz the nitro car they make looks like the lightning
    It is the exact same. However, Exceed's support is way worse than Redcat's. HSP makes the vehicles and Exceed, Redcat, and many other brands just rebrand them.
    Tower Terror | HPI Nitro Rush | Himoto MTR-3
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    RE: exceed/redcat

    As well HSP made to older style/models of Himoto.

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    The 1/10 EP Truck i have is a Himoto truck and i have exceed part on it

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    k
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    RE: exceed/redcat

    i have a tornado bb redcat
    can i use any kind of fuel for it

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    I would suggest 20% car fuel....and I would also suggest not using traxxas fuel (to much oil)...I've used both byrons and odonells
    keep the shiney side up, the hammer down and the marshalls bored.....himoto rxb-1...himotoracingusa

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    thankz and do u kno
    how i could get my buggy to go faster

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    port and polish, better engine, tuned pipe, different gears....
    keep the shiney side up, the hammer down and the marshalls bored.....himoto rxb-1...himotoracingusa

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    i got a .18 cxp
    how fast is it

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    I'd guess it will do about 40mph....which isnt bad..
    keep the shiney side up, the hammer down and the marshalls bored.....himoto rxb-1...himotoracingusa

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    yea
    this is my first
    sooo yea

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    personally...if I was you....I would concentrate on tuning, maintanance and driving skills first....but then again what do I know
    keep the shiney side up, the hammer down and the marshalls bored.....himoto rxb-1...himotoracingusa

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    RE: exceed/redcat

    ok thankz

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    RE: exceed/redcat


    ORIGINAL: firebird78

    personally...if I was you....I would concentrate on tuning, maintanance and driving skills first....but then again what do I know
    well......it seems to me that u know quite a bit


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