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looks nice Is it more of a beginners car?
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yes looks cool, Adam are the team going to run this car in 09??
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Car does look nice, looking forward to seeing the photo's of inside the car
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looking at the gearboxes, is it a tubbed up version of the D4?
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shock towers mount diferently though
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More of a mid entry level.

Should have one soonish to test and find out how it handles.... Stick Pack LiPo.

At least I'll have a car that can run at BRCA with Lipo's in...
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looks good, different steering to the d4 too.
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There's a lot different when you see one up close...

Which you'll have to wait for
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Yea i have been able to see off the photos some of the differences from the D4, some of which i like. Will be interesing to see one close up and to see what it goes like
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you going to post some pics adam or do we have to wait?
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Is inside like this? http://www.oople.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10837
Is there any diference from both cars?

Which shocks will include, plastic o threaded shocks?

Price? Date? :-P
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Might it be this one?
http://www.redrc.net/2008/05/hot-bod...ne-d4-sport-2/

With the BMax4 and the S1 version of the CAT SX at the gates, it's about time!

EDIT: Dammit, too slow ;-)
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or is it hpi?
http://www.redrc.net/2008/12/hpi-rac...ber-10b-buggy/
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very nice car
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very nice car
Now Racing in York 24 hour event
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...and doing very well I hear!
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...and doing very well I hear!

Cyber 10 wins 24 hour
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thats ace, an entry/budget car wins!!!

well done guys
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Please, please , please tell me when this will be released and in stock in the US.

I've been waiting forever for a good shaft driven buggy that DOES NOT USE a side by side saddle-pack battery layout.

The only one that even comes to mind is the Kyosho Lazer ZX-5 SP, which I hear is going to be discontinued in favor of theri new FS version - which uses, you guessed it, a side by side saddle-pack battery layout.

Other than that, there's the Tamiya DF-03 which I have currently (won the MS version in a raffle). It's ok, but it's no where near stock, and I coudl have bought 3 Cyber 10B's probably for what I've payed in hop up for the DF03.

The Cyber 10 looks like everything I want in a 4wd EP buggy. Looks like the only things I'd want straight away are a slipper clutch, and some aluminum suspension blocks, bigger bumpers for a little more durability, which hopefully will fit from the D4.

Will option parts be available when the kit is released?

Also, and more importantly, does anyone know how much the Cyber 10B will sell for?

I am so looking forward to getting this kit!

Please let me know...



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