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I've never heard of it before :P

Brushless, they say....

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That is why I am asking. This whole forum salivates over new Tamiya products. How come this one is not generating any kind of buzz? Terry? Mark? Comments?

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That is why I am asking. This whole forum salivates over new Tamiya products. How come this one is not generating any kind of buzz? ...

I suspect it's because it's an RTR (where's the fun in that?), and even by truggy standards, it looks like it took a real beating with the ugly stick :)

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I suspect it's because it's an RTR (where's the fun in that?), and even by truggy standards, it looks like it took a real beating with the ugly stick :)

I agree with all the above! I would purchase a AE SC10 for $200+, you could not give me the Levant!!

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In my opinion it looks a bit dated and its only just released,

For the money id just jazz another car with shocks bear's and a brushless,

C'mon TAMIYA, Were hungry, n your not feedin us what we crave!!!

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P.S. Must say, i do dig the Brushless install and the tires!

But that aint gonna sell quantity is it Mr Tamiya!!!

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If they weren't so expensive, I'd love to get one and put a VW shell on it. :D

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rebadged ez-run hobbywing brushless setup

And ugly as SIN too

Tamiya should kit bash one of thier 4wd kits and make a CORR-TORC short course race truck instead of making something sooooo unwanted and ugly.

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Tamiya should kit bash one of thier 4wd kits and make a CORR-TORC short course race truck instead of making something sooooo unwanted and ugly.

I'll second that one.

I think it will be much cooler if they did this Levant to a short course truck, rather than an on road truggy. With the right Tamiya Detailed body shell, wheels and tires. Cool, 4wd short course truck! Much better if it is a kit also.

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