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    ofna monster pirate kicks fs Dasquriel's Avatar
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    NITRAGE truggy

    very cool new truggy look closely at how the engine connects to the center diff

    http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=43532

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    Since it's so cool, why don't you buy it when it comes out.

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    Have You Eaten a Veegan Lately? sukidr350's Avatar
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    it looks like they are trying to be like losi, making a bunch of one off parts, so any and all replacements are bought through them. good thinking!



    but it is a cool idea for those that cant set mesh.
    i would be worried about gearing choices though

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    Looks like another MT with a flat chassis
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    thats what i was thinking,
    A TNX wanna be truggy.

    Nate
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    its a truggy....with enclosed gearbox?? it looks kool and that dog bone clutch bell it deff somin new.
    we are all one Consciousness Experienceing itself subjectively....

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    While I doubt I'd buy it, its got some cool features.

    I like the idea of that dog bone to the spur. I don't think it has much to to with if you can set gear mesh, Its that it reduces the lateral stress on the engine (i.e. CB trying to move away from the spur). Also, no matter how much the chassis flexes, the gear mesh remains consistent. And from the Tamiya link, they claim to have a 2spd works.....

    Just wondering, can truggys race with a 2spd??

    I at least give them credit for original thought...... which is more than I can say for the TNX. lol
    Gidddy up.........

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