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Old 02-08-2010, 12:17 PM   #1
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Default Could Axial be coming out with a SC truck and 1/8th scale buggy?

http://www.axialracing.com/ftp/thecountdown/

Check it out....They are coming out with something fast and it looks like its going to be 4X4
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Old 02-08-2010, 12:58 PM   #2
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Scott from proline went over to axial and he has a ton of 1/8th scale knowledge so who know whats coming but I hope it's cool.
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Old 02-08-2010, 02:26 PM   #3
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it's a new line of golf clubs.
The hint is right there.
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Whatever it is, they say it "will be fast". That would be awesome if it was a SC truck
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Its obvious,with all the snow covered mountains its a lipo powered snowblower or a snowmobile
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...ohhh man,im so excited..is it going to be a live axle 2wd SCT that can be converted to 4wd SCT by just flicking the dig switch(2wd/4wd selection on the fly) or is it going to be just done by putting in the front diff and driveshaft........either way,this is going to be majorly cool considering Axial have really stepped it up with plastic cages and such for scalers......

They are the kings of scale

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Whatever they come out with will be awesome! 4wd SCT?!?
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would be nice to add another name to the sct list a 4wd wouldn't be bad either!
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I'm leaning toward a SCT.
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Could be interesting....
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I hope they try to cut costs and have a solid rear axle.
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One will be a 4WD vehicle, you can tell that much from the letter. The part number on the freight container is in sequence with their other vehicles.

Like other fledgling RC companies, they need a proof-reader.
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They said its going to be fast.....

Ill bet its going to be an 1/8 scale buggy cause they just got whats his face from Proline
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I think they would be missing a huge opportunity if it wasn't a SC truck. Solid axle or not, I would really dig an Axial SC
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Like other fledgling RC companies, they need a proof-reader.

I would hardly call Axial a "fledgling" company.
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They said its going to be fast.....

Ill bet its going to be an 1/8 scale buggy cause they just got whats his face from Proline
Compaired to my LCC it should be plenty fast
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Quick, someone break out the invisible-ink reader so we can see what the letter says!
In all seriousness though I can't wait for whatever it is!
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I think they would be missing a huge opportunity if it wasn't a SC truck. Solid axle or not, I would really dig an Axial SC
Agree
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