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Thread: Rally Roll

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    Rally Roll

    I know the Rally has the LCG chassis, but how easily does it go wheels up on pavement? Is it fairly stable? Just built a rally, but it's not finished, and the weather here isn't going to let me play anyway. I do have the big bores and sway bars.
    Who needs nitro, when you got LiPo?

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    It can roll but it takes some effort to make it go belly up. I was running mine up and down our street (rough texture concrete) WOT and took a sharp turn and it lost control and skid 20ft or so. It stays planted really well. I'm running the new GTR's and sway bars. So in other words unless you are driving really crazy I don't think you'll have a problem. It handles really well out of the box, or built up.
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    Thanks again Digger.
    Who needs nitro, when you got LiPo?

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    Most of the time that I end up on my lid is when I am sideways WOT and hit a significant rut/crack in the road. Pretty rare IMO. It stays planted very well
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    Stock it is hard to roll...but after increasing the ride height I rolled it a few times.

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