1/5 scale buggy HUGE

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  1. ericmcgehee

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    has anyone seen the new duratrax firehammer 1/5 scale buggy? it runs on regular unleaded and 2 cycle oil. it claims to run over 1/2 an hour on one tank of gas, and is like 28 inches long. they are supposed to come out soon. anyways, does anyone know of a site that shows it with the body off? or know how much hp it has? the only thing i have found was general info and pricing which is 1200.00
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    they had an add in rcca. maybe they have it on there site
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    1/5 touring cars are wicked and fast also, not to many places to run them .
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    i never saw atourer that big but then again there are barely any tourers around here
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    Hey Red, have you seen some of the 1/5's that are on radiocontrolzone? Wicked nice cars working disk brakes on all wheels, wicked realistic. An owner said that he crashed and a new body cost him $300.
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    Trash , havent attended a race yet with 1/5 but Id really like to . I bet its a hole different world. As far as repair cost goes it would be to expensive for me. Ill check that site out thanks, Red
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