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Default New associated 2wd buggy rc10 b6…

Anyone heard anything about the new 2wd associated b6…
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The 6.3 hasn’t been out that long.
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I purchased a b6.3 to build over christmas, which probably means a new one will most likely arrive!
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Are you talking B6 as in rear motor, like the B5.....?
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I mean, the latest 2wd buggy-rc10 b6.4 (I presume).
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Two weeks.
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Team Associated don't tend to release a new model every year like some other manufacturers. Their life cycle tends to be more in the region of 18 months to 2 years. The B6.3 was released in March 2021 so, hopefully, that gives you an idea.
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Team Associated don't tend to release a new model every year like some other manufacturers. Their life cycle tends to be more in the region of 18 months to 2 years. The B6.3 was released in March 2021 so, hopefully, that gives you an idea.
Yeah usually not every year but the 6.2 was released in March 20 I used mine once before the first lockdown, used it a little bit over summer, then more lockdowns throughout winter and they decide to release a 6.3!!!

It was 2 years between the 6.1 and 6.2 however, same with the 6 to 6.1 too.
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They are the new xray without the build quality
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Two weeks.
Les hope it’s 2 weeks then
I have had 100% confirmation from a known team driver that there will be an 6.4 buggy’s
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Xray wish they had the win ratio though!!
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