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aussie

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hi this is yet another newbie, and i have a few question for you. can i race my revo in the truggy class or the monster truck class, or what is your opinion on what class i should run. Is there any parts on a revo platinum that i would not be able to fit onto my revo. thanks

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carpenterman23

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well the pe has a longer frame if i remeber right. but 99% are interchangable. i have the 5308 model, and added the pe parts to it. i.e sway bars, rear brake, center diff, and red toelinks and push rods, and wing kit. i built my truck from the ground up and it cost a 3rd of what pe does used.
 

5MClan

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The PE, 5308, and 5309 are the same exact chassis.....except the PE is silver and has etching on it. :)
 

syphon68

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since everybody is arguing differences the answer to your question would definately be MT. see you out at lazy M
 

5MClan

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No arguments here, merely letting him know about the chassis. Hope it didn't appear I was, wasn't my intention.
 

Captain Chaos

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I raced mine in sportsman truggy and monster truck last season..I raced the truggy class to get more lap time at the track on Sundays and I finished 2nd in MT so that practice payed off.I almost grabbed a top 3 spot in sportsman truggy but a tangle with some others on the first lap in A main ended that.I think I won at least one race in truggy though.Driving skills being equal the truggy will lay down faster times for sure although I have only raced one time with my truggy and I think the lap times are the same because I am not used to the truggy yet. I really enjoy MT racing.
 

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