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Old 04-06-2005, 08:21 PM   #1
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Talking OFNA Ultra MBX Pro RTR

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Hey guy's,
Looking to buy the OFNA Ultra MBX Pro RTR
Any advice? Was going to get a Savage.
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:34 PM   #2
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lx pro

i have an ofna ultra lx pro, i have a great time with it. the other thing is parts are easily found for ofna, lots of support around for them also, lots of hop ups can be done, one of the first things u might wanna do is a steering servo upgrade, if the mbx's stock steering servo is like the lx stock steering servo, i found that it was really poor.but overall great buggy
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Old 04-07-2005, 11:10 AM   #3
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I would stay away from the Ofna ultra LX and the Ultra LX Comp. I have owned many buggies and these two were just not that great in my opinion. They handle fair, but just were not durable at all. Look at an ofna buggy with pivot ball suspension. I have found these to be the best handling and the tuffest. You can always get a buggy and convert it into a Truggy. Thats what I did with my ofna mbx r2. You can switch it back and forth. LMK I can send you pics of mine and some instructions of what you need to get and do. I bash mine and plan on racing it. If you want pics send me your email address. Please remeber this is my opinion only, though I do speak from experience of owning many buggies.
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