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    Senior Member RCRacing88's Avatar
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    Buggy OR Truggy

    Ok, how is everyone doing? Recently I have been pretty much completely inactive on the forum, i'm back now!

    I haven't been into RC half as much as I used to, which pretty much explains my inactivity on the forum too, though I am looking to obviously stay in the hobby and I am looking for a new kit, to freshen things up

    I am interested to buy either a buggy or a truggy (electric), 1/10 or 1/8, all I want is it too be 4wd, as light as possible, good parts suppose, quality and the ability to use a tekin t8 motor.

    Let me know what you come up with!?

    Thanks allot
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    go for the buggy the reason why is because you can convert it into a truggy at any time you want and turn it back into a buggy. they both really are the same and it easier for you to get used to the car fisrt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcbeginner View Post
    go for the buggy the reason why is because you can convert it into a truggy at any time you want and turn it back into a buggy. they both really are the same and it easier for you to get used to the car fisrt
    Hey mate, thanks for your opinion.
    I have 2 buggies at the moment, they are great but I might look into the Hyper 10 TT, it seems to be able to run a 1/8 motor, and take 4s too. I kinda miss my electric 1/10, thought it would be nice to have a really light and agile truggy 1/10 to race against 1/8 and 1/5 at my track.

    Anyone had any experience with the hyper 10TT?
    Caster Racing EX1.5
    T8 1900kv & Castle Speed Control on 4s
    Diggity Designs CF Upper Deck
    VP Pro & Caster Wheels/tyres
    Savox SC1258 Titanium Geared


    HotBodies Truggy & Ho Bao Hyper 7
    GX-5R .21 - Byron 20%
    Ofna - Proline - VP Pro - Caster Wheels/tyres
    Savox SC125/78 Titanium Geared


    Thanks to: Caster Racing USA - Team Tekin - Byron Fuels - VP Pro - Savox

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