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Exceed RC Barca 30cc 1/5Th Scale Off Road GP Buggy

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Old 04-21-2011, 01:49 AM
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Exceed RC Barca 30cc 1/5Th Scale Off Road GP Buggy

Anyone ever seen one they are 4wd good price too saw a banner ad on this site and just wanted so see if they were junk?

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Old 04-21-2011, 03:11 AM
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just get a rampage youll be happier!
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www.RampageHopUps.com has the Redcat XT version in stock.
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Old 04-21-2011, 03:52 AM
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Thanks for moving this post after i did this i saw the basement area! I found the MCD Evo 3 looks to be alot better built thanks guys
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mcd is just too much $$$ for the price you can get 2 rampages! not because theyre expensive theyre hard to break..
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www.RampageHopUps.com has the Redcat XT version in stock.
Wow thats a great price anyone have one of these or drove one?
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You can find all the Redcat owners at www.RedcatRampageForum.com
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Wow thats a great price anyone have one of these or drove one?

i used to own a rampage mt but i gave it to my bro. it was a good truck and parts are always there too..i wanted to try the new ones the xt and xb but im still saving $$ for it...like i said youd be happier with rampage...and i think theyre almost have the same set up as the mcd.
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thanks badboy and usabaja5
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I found the MCD Evo 3 looks to be alot better built thanks guys
The MCD's are better built in terms of adjustability, but the Redcat is plenty durable. The EVO 3 series is no longer in production, they've moved on to the V4 which uses a kicked up chassis, longer arms, and longer wheelbase. I own 2 MCD rally cars currently and will have 2 more within a week. The Redcat would be my personal bet for a beater truck/buggy, but if you have the cash to spend, the tuning options for the MCD's are pretty impressive.
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