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Ultimate Truggy!

Old 12-20-2015, 06:55 PM
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Made from a stretched Losi XXL chassis stretched 3'' to total 17.5'' made of carbon fiber and runs on 6s through a Summit 2 speed tranny. Speed is shown at the end of the video!

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Old 12-20-2015, 09:29 PM
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(((((This is how it's made!))))))
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(((((Rock climbing in the snow)))))

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(((((Hill Climb)))))

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Nice machine ! but nothing at all remotely like a Truggy !!!!
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Originally Posted by supertib View Post
Nice machine ! but nothing at all remotely like a Truggy !!!!
And what is a truggy? Granted it is more buggy than truck but I could slap a different body on. I have speed, handling, the ability to rock crawl! I think I have more of a truggy than what your playing with. As far as I know truggies are rock buggies in the 1:1 world. So what is it that you have that makes it a truggy? And don't tell me a brand name or the type of race that you run... That would just tell me what you do with a rc that some one sold you. I want to know why you think your driving a truggy. Please post your findings as that will clear a lot.
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Here is a truggy

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So what your saying is that a truggy runs on a groomed track?
I'm messing with you I know and have raced truggies and buggies in 1/8 scale nitro. Years ago before brushless was around.

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Old 12-30-2015, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by twissted View Post
So what your saying is that a truggy runs on a groomed track?
I'm messing with you I know and have raced truggies and buggies in 1/8 scale nitro. Years ago before brushless was around.
Its awesome as your machine is like a scale truggy.... its technically more of a truggy then what we RC heads call a truggy ! regardless its very nice no matter what we call it !

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