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PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2004 04:02:23 
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Does Xray have any plans for making a truggy kit? Seems like a truck is the only thing your lineup is missing. Any info on that at all?

Thanks, Matt


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2004 14:39:01 
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I would say a 1/10 off road electric buggy is needed.


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They defiently need a truggy kit or conversion of some sorts. For MT racing, it isn't worth bothering with any of the production monster trucks available right now since everyone is still a basher at heart and will always have major weak points (not to mention it takes a lot of money to fix these weak points). Meanwhile its very easy to convert a truggy into a high performance and very reliable monster truck.


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Watch out - There is a revolt at some clubs about truggies not being Monster Trucks. Clubs are looking at making a rule about 2 diffs & 3 diffs Trucks and their original construction. They will then put them in their own class.


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Either way thats a good thing in my book. From personal experience, you get a ton of new guys in the MT classes at club races. Running a separate class by chassises would keep the newer guys with Traxxas, HPI, and other RTR monster trucks together and the more experienced guys with truggies together. Either way I feel the races would be more even and there would be a lot less lap traffic hacking.


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