Typhon I love my typhon

Cater4anytink

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I've gt an outcast for for bashing and my typhoon for drifting,I think I prefer my Arrma Typhon now that I've fixed my steering issues,this things such a beast in damp conditions,it takes off side woods on 4's ,iv'e gt pro lines but not putting them on until stock tires are no good,too much fun struggling for grip. Got best of both worlds, might get Kraton next or hold out for Arrma's next beast.
 

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I've gt an outcast for for bashing and my typhoon for drifting,I think I prefer my Arrma Typhon now that I've fixed my steering issues,this things such a beast in damp conditions,it takes off side woods on 4's ,iv'e gt pro lines but not putting them on until stock tires are no good,too much fun struggling for grip. Got best of both worlds, might get Kraton next or hold out for Arrma's next beast.
Yeah would love to see what comes next !!
 

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Yeah would love to see what comes next !!
A complete carbon and alloy typhon with stainless steel or zinc fixings, sealed bearings, bullet proof diffs, bigger battery tray and adjustable wheel hex adaption straight off the production line is on its way.. If Arrma have been reading these forums of course! ;) :stig:
 

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A complete carbon and alloy typhon with stainless steel or zinc fixings, sealed bearings, bullet proof diffs, bigger battery tray and adjustable wheel hex adaption straight off the production line is on its way.. If Arrma have been reading these forums of course! ;) :stig:
MAN I WISH THIS WAS TRUE.
 
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