04-28-2002, 02:33 PM
Join Date: Feb 2002
Here's a list of the differences:
The 414M2 Champion Memorial Chassis Kit comes in the 414M black box with a sticker on it (indicating the 3 victories blahblah) while the regular version has a red box (flimsier from what I've heard). The Memorial kit has the following ADDITIONAL items (in other words, you get some unused items that would have to be used in the regular model):
x 2 Aluminum Swing Shaft (These blue shafts are lighter than the stock ones and are meant for use for the rear axles only... probably because they are more fragile.)
x 8 Lightweight Suspension Ball (Things that go on the ends of the suspension shafts; original ones are metal)
x 1 Hex Wrench Driver (has a tip at each end of the rod, can pull it out and stick the other end in... allows use with 1.5 and 2.0 mm)
x 1 Wheel Wrench (for the 4mm wheels nuts)
x 1 Turnbuckle Wrench
x 1 Protoform Dodge Stratus body with wing, decals, masking seal, screws and nuts for wing.
x 1 TRF stickers (the regular 414M2 also has a set of Tamiya stickers... so with the Memorial Kit, you get 2 different sets of stickers)
x 4 White Dish Wheels
x 4 Tires (Sorex?)
x 4 Tire Inserts (Sorex again?)
That's it! Is it worth the extra money? Heheh... that's up to the individual of course! But if you add up the costs of the extras, the price seems pretty fair to me!