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Old 07-25-2006, 07:03 AM   #11

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TNX for beginner?

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Traxxas as you say does do an excellent job with their orientation for newbies. I bought a TNX and the DVD that came with it was VERY good for breakin and tuning. Additionally, nobody making a monster truck has better build instructions when you need to make repairs.

And, finally TNX is VERY durable. Bashing wiht friends usually leaves me as one of the last ones standing. And interestingly, consistent speed winner, even against Savage with Mach 26 or Savage LE.

Other than some loose screws(easily fixed by some preventative Tamiya threadlock) going very well with very high satisfaction level. Price is competitive with Afgtershock too!!!

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Old 07-25-2006, 11:57 AM   #12
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So a aftershock(thought it was a suspension) is basically a LST right just cheaper controller(XS2), and everything is black right?
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Old 07-25-2006, 05:04 PM   #13
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TNX hmmmm

TNX looks interesting too just that its been out for awhile so thought a newer version truck might be better. Glad to hear TNX is good at bashing also..hmm interesting

What about a used revo 3.3, Im kinda hesitant on buying used though. Think I would rather buy new then can ask LHS questions about it
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