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It has to be the xls with all the tricked out mms bits. Does anyone remember the phase that people went through drilling holes in the chassis or was that just me
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Has to be the Bosscat for me, I had my first TQ at RRCi series back in the day with a Bosscat just a week after it had been released.

I remember your swiss cheese chassis Dave, in fact I think I still have one in my celar LOL.
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That was funny, I drilled the chassis so much I had to run an alloy top deck ah fond memories
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That was funny, I drilled the chassis so much I had to run an alloy top deck ah fond memories
mmmm, and then you drilled holes in that!
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Has to be the Bosscat for me, I had my first TQ at RRCi series back in the day with a Bosscat just a week after it had been released.

I remember your swiss cheese chassis Dave, in fact I think I still have one in my celar LOL.
Well I hate to admit it and sorry Dave, but even though your car was fantastic and lets face it heavilly modded, I preferred driving Craigs Bosscat.

Hey craig remember the 24 hour race we did in Minehead?? (I think it was minehead) hehe that was a fun week wasnt it. I was close to buying one myself as it was fantastic, an improvement on the XLS in my opinion.
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Thats quite a collection of some beautiful buggies you got there BORMAC. I myself have never owned a Schumacher before, but i think in gonna have to get me the SX when it comes out. Well maybe after i sell some of my stuff first.
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Thats quite a collection of some beautiful buggies you got there BORMAC. I myself have never owned a Schumacher before, but i think in gonna have to get me the SX when it comes out. Well maybe after i sell some of my stuff first.
Hold your horses on that, seeing as they are not showing any pics yet I seem to have a funny feeling that it wont be as good as the Tamiya 501X.

Sorry to say it but if they actually post a few pics now and do a bit of proper advertising then they actually may get a lot of people waiting, just like the JC concepts and boy did they get a lot of people waiting, but Shumacher doesnt then they wont get as much business. Heck i want a new one now and as its not available im buying Tamiya.
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For me, it's the Cougar 2...my only Schumacher so far!
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Cat 3000 for definate. Won 2 nationals and 3rd at the Euros (on clay aswell!) with that car.

Never changed the setup, great at most places!

To be fair tho, the CAT SX is right up there...
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