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  1. #1
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    slayer or jato 3.3

    ive had a slash 4x4 and a losi ten scte 2.0 and now i wanna go nitro... or wanna try i am looking at these 2 cars/trucks and dont know what to get.. i like the size and durability of the slayer but i like the speed of the jato.. will be runing on street alot dirt quite a bit and alot of grass.. dont know much about them any advice or insite would be nice... thanks!!!!!!!

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    You HAD a SCTE 2.0? That thing is less than a month old.... Anyways on topic, the Jato for the most part is a street truck, I would say go for the slayer but if you want to do real offroading go for the Revo 3.3...
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    What about the Revo 3.3?..
    And do you want 4x4 or 2wd..
    Slash 2wd, Slash 4x4, 30th digger, Rustler VXL

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    revo is like 150 more than the slayer.. guess thats not 2 bad but is it worth it?

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    If you wan't to do some real rough off roading them yes the ground clearance will help alot.
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    Jato is great on the street and so so off road
    Slayer is so so on the street (bone stock will traction roll with way to easy) and pretty decent off road on not too rough terrain.
    ERBE, ERBE, Summit, Slash 4X4, Bandit,

  7. #7
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    i guess the jato is out of the picture .. i do not like 2wd at all:/ i forgot it was 2wd

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    You could always get the Slayer and later on down the line switch out the A arms, Driveshafts, wheels, tie rods ect and make it a Revo since they're basically the same truck. Ebay will be your friend on this one.

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