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Old 03-02-2008
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Default Schumacher CAT 2000?

Was it the CAT 2000 that had 'lay down' shocks? (running much nearer to horizontal than the usual arrangement). Anyone remember if it performed well on the bumps etc?

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Cat 2000 EC

It was ok I think, but tracks have changed quite a lot (or what people want from a track) since then I would say.

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You mean in terms of bigger jumps etc?
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Old 04-02-2008
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it's been a while, but in my memory, the CAT2000EC worked fine on bumpy tracks.

The first car to to better on bumpy tracks was the Losi XX4.
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