Team Associated RC8.2e RS 1/8 Brushless RTR Electric Buggy w/2.4GHz Radio System [ASC80908]
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Thomas Challen - Rating: Verified Owner
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Brilliant speed and handling for a ready to run buggy.
I already own a B4.1 RTR and I built a B44 with a Tekin 6.5t, but wanted to see what all the fuss over 1/8 was all about. My local track is a large outdoor track that is often dry and very dusty off line and can be a bit rough on 1/10 scale buggies, but this beast is smooth as silk. First go on track I was landing all the jumps with ease and even had people compliment my driving, which I feel the buggy does most of the work :)
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3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
patrick - Rating: Verified Owner
Saturday, June 01, 2013
This buggy is great.I had been racing with it about 4 times now and with minor camber,and other little electronic tweaks, this is a contender. I was beating factory team cars and losi eights! Just throw on a set of racing tires and you got yourself a racer. This is durable too, there is a big double at the finish line that sends you about 15 feet high and the only thing I had happen when i landed wrong was the hinge pin pop, and you just have to slip it back in,no broken parts, The motor temps a[More…]
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
zbuggy - Rating:
Tuesday, September 03, 2013
The buggy has great handling, jumps well and above all seem very durable unfortunely the electronics are not that great. All rtr have bad servos but the esc is no excuse, have to think about this before purchasing.
ST - Rating:
Friday, April 05, 2013
This is an awesome buggy...so durable...and so !@#$%^!! fast on the stock motor. Cartwheels after cartwheels..beatings after beatings...keeps on going. What have I broke...hmm...nothing yet.
But of course...screws tend to come loose now and then. Just perform your regular maintenance (checks screws) and you're good to go.
Servo doesn't last long...after about 15 batts...my servo wouldn't turn on one side. Popped in a Savox1256tg and it's back in action.
Christopher Slover - Rating:
Monday, March 25, 2013
After seeing one of these run at my local track, and from driving my RC18B2, I knew I wanted an 1/8 buggy. I didn't order this from here but I wanted to write a review for it. I thought about nitro but decided to stay with electric. The 8.2e is a nice buggy so far. Before I ran it at the track though I had to remove a portion of the battery/esc tray because it pushes on the rear chassis brace. It may seem minor but it's not, mine had the brace pushed almost 1/4" from where it's supposed to [More…]
C Kan - Rating:
Friday, January 11, 2013
I just picked this up from Christmas, would like to try Kyosho RTR or other, but since mainly AE or Losi here, I pick this RC 8.2e RTR.
It is actually a very nice machine! I have the RC8Be FT, this RTR isn't as quick, but still decent speed, great handling, very solid and good quality. $500 is pretty sweet deal, consider the FT roller is the same price!
William Cummings - Rating: Verified Owner
Monday, December 23, 2013
This car is fast and it handles great. But every single thing breaks one after the other. I've blown out my diff. Broke an a-arm and the drive lines always slip out of place. I also dehubed one of the tires. And I have a blown out hub carrier. Wich I don't get how this stuff broke when I've drove it 4 times and haven't even crashed yet. And the center diff always leaks fluid. And the wheel nuts fall off every time you drive. I had to get jconcepts wheel nuts. This car breaks all the time and it'[More…]
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
Kelly - Rating: Verified Owner
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Very nice, very durable, but check screws and such. My first battery pack the esc came off the tape and was rubbing against the rear drive shaft, luckily nothing happened except for scuffed sticker. My 2nd battery pack I lost one of the steering block screws, when replacing it I noticed that one side, top and bottom had no thread lock (this is main reason for 4 stars). The thinner spring preload clips stretch and pop out so I only used the thicker ones, no problem. And this is a .2 so why is ass[More…]