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Post by liammielicious on Mon 17 Jun 2013 - 21:41

hihi guys,hope i don't get flamed for asking a noob question. i'm new to crawling. so inspired by your vidz bros.  was looking at many crawlers, axial scx10, rc4wd, and narrowed down to bruiser and high-lifts.

may i ask whats the performance comparison? i don't need comp level crawlers, but decent enuff.  datz y i was looking at tundra and the bruiser. 

any bros kind enuff to share 2 cents?

thanx so much.....

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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by Wrigleys on Mon 17 Jun 2013 - 22:10

Hi. I don't have a bruiser. Only F350 hi lift and scx10. All I can say crawling wise, scx10 is better. Hi lift for the scalism and good looks. Same for the bruiser.Smile
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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by Zax13 on Mon 17 Jun 2013 - 23:00

I would suggest getting a RC4WD Trailfinder 2 ftw... Scale, performance & cost.
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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by liammielicious on Mon 17 Jun 2013 - 23:06

heh...thanx for the quick answer bro.....yeah...was at stargek last weekend, came home and kept thinking about the bruiser and high lifts.....

the trailfinders r cool....yeah....since u mentioned...prob so? argh torn torn torn

im not much a crawler, just would like a scaler with decent performance or avg performance on crawling actually....hahaha...

just a few factors came esp the spare parts and driveability....heh....

been youtubing, but not much info on bruiser vs high-lifts ....

btw, issit true high-lifts r gonna be phased out???? i hope not

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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by boolean21 on Mon 17 Jun 2013 - 23:29

go with the scx10 or the trail finder 2...

the highlift won't perform as good as the other 2 out of the box if you are going for some serious scaling... Smile

and welcome on board!
join in soon yeah? Very Happy
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Post by liammielicious on Mon 17 Jun 2013 - 23:40

thanx for the warm welcome bro....seems to me like ordering the TF2 is a hassle....will work on that, bro...hope to see u soon too...but if i get those not so up to performance crawlers, don't discriminate me ok????
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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by liammielicious on Mon 17 Jun 2013 - 23:40

saw some vids on TF2, you're right, amazing crawling

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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by boolean21 on Tue 18 Jun 2013 - 0:20

liammielicious wrote:thanx for the warm welcome bro....seems to me like ordering the TF2 is a hassle....will work on that, bro...hope to see u soon too...but if i get those not so up to performance crawlers, don't discriminate me ok????
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no worries bro...

join in with any crawler.... the whole idea is to have fun... Smile
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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by Harakiri on Tue 18 Jun 2013 - 10:21

Buy Buy Buy:pirat:
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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by Zax13 on Tue 18 Jun 2013 - 13:06

I own a bruiser but i find the technology still stuck in the 80s and for a hefty price. Not very good in terms of hardcore trailing like how the guys down here torture the trucks... Razz

You can try pacific coast hobbies (pchobbies), thats where I got mine.
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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by liammielicious on Tue 18 Jun 2013 - 19:17

thanx bro zax for the tip.....i love the scaling of tamiya though....but issit true the high-lifts are being phased out? saw them talking bout it in some other RC forums

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Re: bruiser vs high-lift

Post by angmohkia on Wed 19 Jun 2013 - 15:03

To whom it may concern:

Due to lack of time to spend time on Sundays with all my Buy Buy Buy Friends, I am willing to let go my TF 2 to whoever wants to own it. IF the price is right. Work out your sums and PM me a price. LOW ballers will not be entertained. Trust me.LaughingLaughing

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