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Old 21-12-2012
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Hi all, I have just bought a hobao h2 pro for £135 from a local model shop and wanted to say that I am staggered with the quality of the parts of this car for the money. What a bargain. Anybody else bought one ?
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I don't think you will be the only one in the west mids. I've seen some pics of it and it does look good value for money.
Look forward to seeing them in action in the coming weeks.
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i have not bought one yet but am seriously tempted as pics i have seen look good and most hobao stuff seems to be good quality, would be nice to see some pics on here other than pre production ones on other sites
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I have bought 1 and like you im well impressed with the quality and the value for money,i have put pics of mine in the thread in general chat,im looking forward to giving it a run out at telford on the 30th.

I know of at least 2 others that will be raced in the midwest region
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I noticed that in some pictures the rear shocks are mounted on the rear of the shock tower and in others they are mounted on the front of rear tower. It looks like they can be mounted either way. Just wondering which way people are going with this ?.
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Yes they can be mounted either way round,i have gone with mine at the rear of the tower plainly because that's what im used to with my 2wds,i have also reversed the shock tower as that makes the shocks straighter
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