Big Rock Nero "Controversial"

ianb171

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Heres a couple pictures. I’ve still got my new in box Nero Big Rock. It’s never been ran so it’s mint. I had that Fazon but sold it on eBay, always wonder if the buyer still has it. I used to love these things I had the two Nero’s as well at the same time as the fazon. I bought all these before they were discontinued! I still kick myself for selling the Nero’s and fazon but still have that Big Rock 6S. I’m actively looking for anither of any of them so I can run one and keep my new one shelfed. View attachment 239583 View attachment 239584 View attachment 239585
Very nice I have the Nero bigrock 6s and the fazon 6s
 

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Haven't seen one in person but the black one looks sharp.
 

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Haven't seen one in person but the black one looks sharp.
Agreed!
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Monster-Crawler

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I understand the lay down shock is a unique design but is it a better design than the standard upright shocks that we all know now I would assume if it was such a superior design that Traxxas would have built more models with it
From what I've read/seen, the advantage of the cantilever shock design is for more suspension travel and that's why Traxxas uses it for the N/E-Revo and Summit. Not sure why Arrma didn't just use standard shock layout as it seems less complicated.
 

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From what I've read/seen, the advantage of the cantilever shock design is for more suspension travel and that's why Traxxas uses it for the N/E-Revo and Summit. Not sure why Arrma didn't just use standard shock layout as it seems less complicated.
Then it wouldn't be so unique?
 
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