Reviews for HPI Vorza Flux HP Brushless RTR 1/8 Scale Buggy w/2.4GHz Radio [HPI101850]

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Rogelio Arevalo
Sunday, Dec 15 2013 (about a year ago)
HPI Vorza Flux HP Brushless RTR 1/8 Scale Buggy w/2.4GHz Radio
Not the most agile buggy out there, but definitely the most durable. The thickness and strength of its parts is it's asset and weakness sets the car back because of its weight. It really depends on the application it's the ultimate basher , Gobs of power and helluva durable. I dunno how one breaks this thing unless you intentionally do wanna break it. It's also based on the HB D8 and VE8, so a lot of parts interchangeability right there. for a $644.00 buggy it's all worth it you get a ($300.00)Castle Creations Mamba Monster and maybe the the most durable chassis platform($344.00) with painted body, wing, tires, radio and receiver.
mike plante
Monday, Oct 14 2013 (about a year ago)
HPI Vorza Flux HP Brushless RTR 1/8 Scale Buggy w/2.4GHz Radio
this buggy is a must have for the back yard basher! its very fast and pretty tough too, i have beat mine pretty hard and so have my nephews and it just keeps going! it fits well in my collection...right next to my hpi savage flux hp. i'm not letting this one go either if i can help it.
Magnus Brander
Thursday, Jan 23 2014 (about a year ago)
HPI Vorza Flux HP Brushless RTR 1/8 Scale Buggy w/2.4GHz Radio
HPI Vorza is the best car I've ever had. It is strong, durable and fast. I can really recommend this car :)
Paul Estrada
Sunday, Mar 2 2014 (about a year ago)
HPI Vorza Flux HP Brushless RTR 1/8 Scale Buggy w/2.4GHz Radio
i'm a newbies on 1/8 and bought this vorza, all i can say for this buggy is....perfect for bashing! but unfortunately not meant for racing, chassis are so heavy, not perfect for cornering, when jumps you can hear the chassis kisses so badly on the ground by the way i did see this buggy on a race only i tried it! but still can achive 5th or 6th placer just replace the receiver and radio when you race this badboy and also the tires, stock tire of vorza are design for bashing only take note of that! if you use the tires for racing well you might realize you are on drifting! :p no traction at all if you use the stock tires for racing, but this is the best part! ths buggy is soooooo durable!!!! it does whell barrows, jumps and body 1st landing, fence slamming, track divider slashing! ground breaking jumps! but still no parts is broken! even the body are sooooooo durable!!!!! so if youre looking for a bashing - i highly recommend this vorza 1/8 buggy! but if youre into racing - all i can is please dont try vorza on racing! cheers!
Ryan Harris
Monday, Nov 25 2013 (about a year ago)
HPI Vorza Flux HP Brushless RTR 1/8 Scale Buggy w/2.4GHz Radio
Overpriced and weak components. For the money I prefer my Losi. When I got the Vorza a couple years ago, it broke a rear c-hub sliding sideways into a small log. It supbsequently broke the rear arm hinge pins, front spindle carriers, wing mount, wing and rear a-arm. I sold it and got a Serpent 811be later on and it is far better in the durability department.