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    1/8th scale maybe?

    Is it just me,or does the center aluminum chassis section look like it may support a 1/8 th scale buggy/truggy. It has the trademark shape of all the other buggy/truggy combo's. It would be nice,I have strayed from the traxxas brand some,for those cars.

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    Its 1/7th so maybe!
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    I'm sure they'll make fifteen slightly different versions of it.

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    I like the concept and the chassis design ..I bet it won't be long before we see an 8th scale buggy or 10th scale lcg 4x4 slash build with these chassis components
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    1/8 buggy looks easy, just cut that plastic down and lengthen the shocks. As many products as traxxas likes to make off a single platform maybe there ill be a "1/10" ford fiesta as well as the LCG slash
    I like turtles.

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    I think its funny they didn't put there formula one style suspension on this super car! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad316 View Post
    I think its funny they didn't put there formula one style suspension on this super car! lol
    There would be twice as many threads about how this is another Revo redesign and people complaining about that too.
    The Super Derecho

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    I would be all over an 1/8 scale buggy, I converted my slash 4x4,and it was great.But a dedicated buggy would be super.

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    I couldnt even imagine a 100 mph buggy i dont think they could make parts strong enough to handle that cartwheel

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