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Jumper

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Jumper last won the day on November 16 2020

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    Hyper ST, Team Magic E5, Xray XB808, Tekno MT410, LMT Grave Digger, Hyper MT Sport Plus Nitro, Savage XS SS
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  1. its automatic. it has a clutch similar to the clutch on the engine. When the gears spins at a certain speed the arm get thrown out by the force and it engages the 2nd gear.
  2. I've heard it's going to cost £1599.99 which means it will go perfectly with those gems ace £300 batteries. I heard they are going to have 3 in stock then have no parts for 12 months too can't wait 🤗
  3. I'd do it for £95 inc postage as a roller.
  4. all these fancy features will probably be broken after a few smashes into the ground 😛 bit of a gimmick.
  5. Looks like Agama are shaking up the 1/8th buggy scene a bit. They have come out with this new 1/8th buggy with lay down shocks although they look more like a tamiya hotshot rather than a standard f1 style inboard shock setup. It looks like it won't be available to later this year and must be in a prototype or testing phase currently. Source https://www.nemoracing.com/collections/agama-kits/products/agama-n1-performance-nitro-competition-buggy-kit
  6. Looks like Agama are shaking up the 1/8th buggy scene a bit. They have come out with this new 1/8th buggy with lay down shocks although they look more like a tamiya hotshot rather than a standard f1 style inboard shock setup. It looks like it won't be available to later this year and must be in a prototype or testing phase currently. Source https://www.nemoracing.com/collections/agama-kits/products/agama-n1-performance-nitro-competition-buggy-kit View full news article
  7. Up to the top we go.
  8. Could be a bendy motor mount as well.
  9. they have to make every truggy as ugly as possible these days. they make them more ugly to blind the opponents, because they have run out of ideas to actually improve performance. 😄
  10. hi, yes, a 3650 motor is the same size as a standard 540 brushed motor, so it should fit in a tamiya fine.
  11. Motor 1 sold and posted to dubnut1. Only motor 2 left now.
  12. Yes its a castle ESC, but not sure of it works with the link.
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