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i dont know if any 1 has seen this http://www.happytimehobby.com/but it really cheeses me off to see it. ALL THESE COMPANIES THAT ARE BEING BETTEN BY THE SAVAGE so they hav to imitate it.





Now in hobby shops near you. The Raptor RTR Monster Truck.



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1/8 Buggy Shocks provide plenty of suspension travel while giving more options for spring and damping adjustments. Camber is also adjustable with the included tie-rods.
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An aluminum racing muffler is standard.
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The 270cc tank provides plenty of run time.
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Lowered chassis rails protect the gearbox and lower the center of gravity, making the truck more stable at high speeds.
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Proven C-Hub design is durable and easy to work on.
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.27 engine w/ pullstart provides 2.6HP at 40000RPM...more than enough for this beast.
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<TD vAlign=top>The new Raptor is sure to turn heads this summer in the monster truck crowd. Its wide stance coupled with a long wheelbase give it a stability at high speeds that no other truck can match. With the included PRP .27 engine, very little can stand in the Raptor's way when it comes to all-out hardcore driving. Top speed? No problem. The lightweight transmission packs a two-speed transmission for getting over the rough stuff or speeding on the street. A 2-channel radio is included, along with either a Silver or Black silk-screened pre-cut truck body. Projected street price is $400.
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<LI>6061 Aluminum Chassis Plates </LI>
<LI>2.6HP .27cid Engine w/Pullstart </LI>
<LI>Massive pre-glued 6.75" tires mounted on hardened chrome rims </LI>
<LI>2-speed transmission </LI>
<LI>Heavy duty metal gear steering servo </LI>
<LI>270cc Flip-top fuel tank </LI>
<LI>Adjustable threaded aluminum shocks </LI>
<LI>Aluminum muffler </LI>
<LI>Hardened and coated steel gears </LI>
<LI>Polished 6061 Aluminum Chassis Plates </LI>
<LI>Multi-piece rollbar </LI>
<LI>Steel High-Temp brake disc </LI>
<LI>Heavy duty slipper clutch </LI>
<LI>3-shoe Racing Clutch </LI>
<LI>Full sealed ball bearing set </LI>
<LI>All assembled with radio and ready to run over the competition! </LI>[/list]


Requires 12 "AA" batteries and fuel to complete.
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Testing the Raptor involves lots of Air...
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...Dirt...
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...and Mud.
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Me like low CG design and fuel tank.
 

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maybe the radio box might be a bit easier to use...maybe see if we can mod it over


jus an idea
 

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I dont see why everyone fusses over the radio box, i dont have any real problems with it.


Ive seen that truck in one of my rc mags i have.
 
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