Alan Dace: This is differently a way better buggy all around than the WL Toys L959 or
the Lite Hawk Blast buggy's!! It look like the WL Toys L959, L202 and the
Lite Hawk Blast but the front shock towers look way stronger!!! The tires
and rims look way better also, I just made a custom Led Light for my L959
buggy. I really want these rims and tires to put on my L959.
Josh Miles: Do one about helion criteron
Tyler Owens: Is it salt proof
LegoGaming Lord: Next time you should do a review on the Revellutions 1 18 Blue Mantis Buggy
Russell Swinehammer: Traxxas has a lot if aftermarket parts for it
Morten Solli: Do a reveiw of the nanda db 8 or a xray xb9
Pranav Patel: what is your best rc car
Chris Jackson: looks like the ansmann dna
Cristian Finnell: how fast will this go?
Kool Ness: The "LiteHawk BLAST" is pretty similar in design to this buggy.
gkey06: what brushless system you used, im thinkin about purchasing one just to put
the Traxxas Velineon VXL combo in it
MegaRcNut: hmmm.. hpi looking electronics, also looks like a mini 5b weird????
UltimateRCnetwork: @fathead431 Aight, go buy one so you can believe it then ;) No cheating by
cutting, breaking, or irreparably bending chassis parts, shaving down the
edges of the connectors, or custom-cutting your wires. Out of the box, what
people can actually buy and use, it ain't happening.
Jake Long: i want that car now
Joeylcfc: Would a deans connector help with the battery tray problem?
BashMonkeyRC: I entered the Hobbico giveaway on another rc site and won the adx10, the
other buggy model thats styled more like a regular buggy kit. But other
than the chassis/tire/body differences they essentially use the sameparts
and electronics. Mine was running fine but a very mild bump caused the
turnbuckle on the rear-right wheel to snap CLEAN OFF. Either I got one with
a faulty part or they need to not use weak metal for turnbuckles.
jarrett maretsky: more arrma jang
J---Para---gal: I would recommend the arrma dx18 its the same price but better its brush
less read most of the parts are waterproof except the receiver although is
splash proof. The only reason I wouldn't recommend the bandit or raider is
because of the way they look. Its my taste but I like the adx10 much more.
Your choice all of them are good choices
Ernesto Navarro: Can youn review the arrma vortex?
SupremeRcdotcom: Esc, motor, and transfer case and transmition look suspitiusly similar to
the hpi blitz!
TheDragonSlayer03: With everything stock
Cody burgans: where ca i buy one of these...PLEASE RESPOND
Garf2O: long story short brushless is a lot better, just go with brushless.
dylan fraser: That looks like a ansman DNA
J---Para---gal: Adx10 I meant and brushless ready
rockthecatbox21: Was thinking about getting the granite arrma truck (not available yet) but
after seeing that i think i'll keep my money for something better
ElCaPiTaNelalelu: Look at 12:11 Isnt it possible to plug in the lipo and then shove all the
cabels under the body? You know into the opening where the cabels came from
and then put the battery with the sticker away from you in the tray?
Kevin Gill: Do Arrma Vortex
RCPro Driver: I love your reviews jang, but gotta disagree on the raider. 1st day out I
hit a snow bank (soft) at speed and broke a A-arm and the upper arm mount.
The plastic is FAR to stiff, no give at all. Ive driven many models the
same speed over the same snowbank without issue. Next the threaded rod in
the upper arm bent. Thin, weak metal. And the shocks are horrible. Need far
thicker oil and springs. Its not fun to work on either. Looks great, but
thats about it.
Cartortus: Hey, i am looking for a Buggy, something cheap around 100-150, i want to
sell my Emaxx. I want the buggy to be about the same speed of the Emaxx,
blzr2bull: Hi Jang. Where can I get that lipo sport level pack with the standard
ManRandom01: can u put in a traxxas 21turn 550 titan motor in it
misfitsailor: Switch to real (Deans) plugs for a better battery fit.
jacob lopez: What kinda 2 cell batery did u use?
nick a: how much is it
fathead431: @UltimateRCnetwork even with the lipo wire facing into the chassis? i find
that hard to believe
Chuck Norris: maybe with smaller Deans the wiring may fit?
Bacon676: Weak their skills are, in the art of google-fu.
hbxhpikyosho: @UltimateRCnetwork true! :) btw, when are you going to upload your test
with a more powerful brushless system than the Ezrun? :)
Joshua Ford: Arrma granite vs Axial wraith , on a track
noscar2000: whats the difference between brushed and brushless (new to RCs)
Jhaas42: Is this the guy from rc mania /:)
Jeremy Wong: arrma fury please! :)
pommamomma: how would you compare this to the Team Associated B4.1? I mean which one is
better, or about the same?
UltimateRCnetwork: @casiotechI I've actually taken the time to really look at the Granite (MT)
and calling it a "ripoff of the Savage" is absolutely completely bogus.
It's a completely different vehicle in every way. Different size, 2WD vs.
4WD, completely different motor position, transmission, suspension, wheels,
tires, everything! It's as similar to a Savage as a Rustler is to a Losi
rickastley2415: This is not built for racing. It will be outrun by a stock 20 year old
Tom Tabac: A MINI BAJA 5B-E SOOO COOL
4bluethunder: you could google it are you really that stupid
nicholson9899: Hey Jangling can you please do a review on the Arrma Mojave and or Granite.
TheGTech101: burnt out my stock motor with a 2s 5000mah gforce lipo pack IN 5 RUNS!!!
Hair Do: Thanks for the tip. I do know it's hard to earn money. But it is much better than working minimum wage at mcdonolds. Being an hair stylist does get tips and I end up making decent money. Plus it allows me to be creative sometimes and make customer's dream come to reality.