monster truck fans... holy - shiat........

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  1. pike

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  2. imfast

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    my god that thing is big and looks meen
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    what scares me more is what will it cost
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    looks like there is room for someone to put a seat in it, and then you could drive it to work. I bet the price will scare some people, me for one
  5. imfast

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    it will scare me to hehe
  6. cynical

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    how much is it?
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    a price estimate on it should be coming out from CEN early Feb., so anytime soon! i saw a pic of setting next to an E-Maxx and it looked like the e-maxx was 1/18 scale. holy #@$% !!!!!
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    wow that would be awsome to have a 1/18 scale e-maxx. is it possibly to get a nitro eingine on a 1/18 scale rc. like for instance could they make a 1/18scale t-maxx with a nitro engine?
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    ahah it'd be a joke if they did
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    That will make a big hole in our pocket, you will have to take out a mortgage on that thing.
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    So what scale would the Genesis be? I didn't see it in the specs, but it is huge compared to a 1/10 truck. What scale/size is the .46 clodzilla conversion kit for the Savage or T-Maxx?? That one looks huge too, but not as big as the Cen Genesis.
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    1/8 1/6 i don't think it's really built to a specific scale, just like here lets throw together a big fuker give it a huge engine and wheels and 4 wheel steerring kinda deal
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    Where did you see it next to an E-Maxx?
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    I see on Hobbytron.com its going for $529.00
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    ajg, i saw it next to the e maxx on wildhobbies.com its in the readers rides section.
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    529 is not as bad and I thought it would be
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    haah less than an ofna dominator extreme which isn't even rtr 850 us lol
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    If those are 7.5 inch tires there is no way that is only 1/8th. I think Hobbytron just called it 1/8th because they don't know what it is. $529 isn't a bad price for that sweet a rig. I'll wait to see how it performs before investing though.
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    Ya me to I also tiped them off that if they want it to sell get the word out and get some after market support that's why t-maxx, savage etc sell well, like who wants a truck with no aftermarket parts? and you always have to order direct from them the same parts over and over. I also wanna wait and see just how strong it is first.
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