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Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by tfhughes_28, Nov 29, 2004.
d@mn dude that car was trashed but hey, it looks nice when its clean tho
looks good! now go get it dirty again.....
Thx guys. I'll prolly wait until spring to fire up the buggy again. Unless, of course, i decide that i have to drive it in the snow.....which might happen. Snow doesn't require cleaning afterwards.
yep just make sure your electronics are protected
at lest wiv a nitro you wont blow up your speedo.lol
like someone i know
hey man i see that you have a buggy and i was woundering what kind it5 is and is it fun because i am thinkint of getting one but don't know if it is really fun because i have never driven one so i was woundering if it is fun so please let me know and also can you tell me of some places to go and drice in door offroad and can you tell me oof some web sites where i can find some offroad 4 wheel drive nitro powered buggies thanks
www.towerhobbies.com sell anykind and any make of rc cars
and the price is reasonably cheap aswell
The buggy in the pic is my Duratrax Axis. They are a fairly cheap and very durable buggy. It is my buggy of choice for your buck. They are $360 Canadian at www.greathobbies.com This includes the engine and buggy, but does not include the electronics (radio/reciever/2 servos)
good job on the clean up.
Thx. The only new part i had to buy was the fuel tank, somehow the seam split and it leaked everywhere.