No need for the fire suit as you do have a right to your opinion. The only thing that I would disagree with the above quote would be when you stated that the CG for the Summit would be too high. Well, since you are using the ARTR Axial Scorpion as an example, I also hear a lot of complaints about the Scorpion's battery placement being too high which in turn makes the CG too high. I am not disagreeing with you about the Scorpion being a great crawler but I thougt the I would just point the battery placement out.Originally Posted by jlanders001
OK now, to my opinion: One problem that I have is that the Summit is still being referred to as a crawler, which it is not being advertised as(it is being advertised as a "extreme terrain monster truck") and you are comparing it to crawlers. That is like comparing apples to acorns. The Summit is, as some have put it, a "trail truck". It is kind of like utility ATVs(which are going or have gone to the IWS(independent wheel suspension)) It is good for going through/over different types of terrain like mud, rocks, dirt, water, grass and others along the trail not just crawling over rocks.