1/3 Scale Short Course Truck
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    1/3 Scale Short Course Truck

    If 1/5 scale doesn't do it for you anymore, then check out these 1/3 scale monsters by Mammuth Works.

    http://mammuthworks.com

    or https://www.facebook.com/MammuthWorks?fref=photo

    I'm no way affiliated with these guys, but rather saw this pop on my FB feed earlier today
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    I dunno.........
    Saw some vids of it and it looks very cumbersome and tips over easy...
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    Was going to say similar....they dont turn corners well




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    Somethings not quite right with that RC car. Its like the rear wheels are too close to the front ones or something....the moment there is too much lock in either direction it looks like it rolls

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    They're all 4-stroke powered... Why? More weight and less power?
    Its got a long way to go before it'll be any good, but its got potential.
    Who needs steering when you can just bounce off things to change direction.

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