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    1/10 truggy

    HB Lightning Stadium 10







    took off some of the bumpers, JR 8800s Futaba 9351 throttle/steering, Spektrum, 5 cell hump pack


    5 pounds 2.2 ounces RTR with body, no fuel

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    Decide on a powerplant yet?

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    not yet

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    I see a new class being created to race those things. Not fair for the other stadium trucks that's for sure.

    They look awesome....

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    1/10th scale 4wd (this) cannot race in the same class as gas truck (1/10th scale 2wd, e.g. RC10GT). There is already a 1/10th scale 4wd class.
    Fall to your knees, and bow to the Phantom Lord!

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    break-in tommorow

    and i already tried a THS pipe, won't fit at all

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    Not sure what Stock means RcBro's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by metalhobo
    There is already a 1/10th scale 4wd class.
    since when? whats it called?

    Truggys are 1/8th


    I wish the mini crt .5 was 1/10th.. Now we have 1/12th and 1/10th...

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    pickle is HOT
    -Crash

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    Quote Originally Posted by imaxx21
    pickle is HOT
    thanks


    don't know if i want to drop the cash for the st10 though, body is paper thin

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    went out today, broke the engine in(WOT 4 tanks, not sure it even needed it as it was so loose). drove it around some. handles pretty good.

    -have to get different springs(shocks?) for it as the stock ones are way to soft.
    -ditch the servo saver thing, throw in a 9000t, and just run a servo arm.
    -get a real engine asap. i guess i've gotten used to having as much power as i want. this thing is a dog compared to every other i've had, even a 2.5. once i turned the "go fast" needle in a lot, and was running 280 it just started to have a little top

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    Quote Originally Posted by RcBro
    since when? whats it called?
    It's just called 1/10th scale 4wd Truck... I'm not sure when they made it, but it's in my 2005 ROAR rulebook. Engine size .12, minimum weight 64 oz. (min. weight for 2wd is 60 oz.)
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