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Old 05-02-2012
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Default 4wd buggy

which is one of the better buggies to buy, and how much, also the best sett up ie esc motors wheels, etc cheers
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I'm sure you know, it depends on many factors. You need to ask yourself what you want!

Bashing, racing or both.

Budget.

The rep of the manufacturer and the post-sales support.

Etc..
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This is a good thread to read through hope this helps http://www.oople.com/forums/showthread.php?t=92332
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personal choice
main ones

b44 good car cheep spares on e bay
dex410 can be picked up cheep at moment and the v3 is fantastic
cat sx3 british spares easy to find and always in stock
predator x11 08 fantatic bit of engineering but spares a nightmare

personaly go for dex 410

if skys the limit a new v3 full fat about £260

if your on a budget one of the older ones [basicaly the same car] can be found for as low as £100 on e bay or oople advertizers, and spares are pretty easy to find

anyway thats my thoughts
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