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Discussion in 'RC Onroad Forum' started by pimp, Apr 13, 2004.
there could be other reasons though.
is it like the same size as the cen genesis?
as what? the cen genisis is HUGE,its 1/6.
well he said there was no comparisen between the thunder quake and maxx so i figured the quack was huge.
You can get 1/8 bodies for the savage, essentially any body will fit you just need to drill new holes. I was at the Japanese national Savage Challenge last month (took 2nd place in the big air contest, and finished 4th overall) and there were several guys running onroad 1/10 bodies on their savages. They looked interesting but they didnt hold up to big crashes. The thunder body fits but just needs new holes. The real benefit of having a 1/10 body is that the body is protected by the bumpers.
well i thought the t maxx is the best as in jumping and the best .15 motor there is also they do break easy the cen genises is 1/8 with big rims and a .40 motor it is big but 1/8 the savage is better at jumping high and landing without breaking but a t maxx is better on a track and will beat most trucks there is a ek-4 has a .70 witch is outrageous fastest,most powerful,and most expensive in cost and repaireing that is my oppion so what do u guys think as in what i said agree or not if so tell me where i went wrong and we can argue 4 a wile (figure of speach)about why and our oppiones
sounds good to me. dont see any arguement but it was a little confusing.lol