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Old 02-06-2009, 01:17 PM   #1
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Default Mp9 compared to other buggys!!!!!

Hello out there..

I know there is a thread for the mp9 but i would like everyone to see this post because i want us to discuss one important issue for people who might want to know or be informed about other buggys.. including me..
people who had experience with this buggy or other buggys, people that saw in the tracks these buggys..
how it is compared to the 808 losi 2.0 tg, mugen mbx6,d8,hyper9,rc8


did kyosho managed to change the geometry and the design thinkink out of the box? do you think other manufacturers created something better? what is your opinion...?
reability?
durabilty?
jumping ability?
accelaration?
steering?
high speed cornering?
compared to other how better or worse it is in each aspect...

and please no comparisons in the price...is better to focus just on the designs geometry hadling and other abilities...

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Old 02-06-2009, 01:28 PM   #2
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if you do a simple search for mp9, you can see there are several threads doing comparisons, MP9 vs. 808, MP9 vs. D8, and there are all kinds of pros and cons, you might want to read those

IMO the MP9 offers the lightweight aggressive style of the new buggies, along with a high quality and well designed new drivetrain that spins beautifully, but it is a little more stable than most of the other cars out there. Probably easier to drive hard without crashing. JMO
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Old 02-06-2009, 01:36 PM   #3
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i have checked many threads ..most of them are old and not many people had the mp9 then and no one could comment with experience... i dont think there many now but i hope there are some more..
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Your question is like beating a dead horse. Way too many threads and opinions out there now on the same subject.
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Buggy X is just as good as buggy Y. They all have a massive amount of adjustment possibilities to suit all tracks and driving styles. Pick one you can get parts for, set-up help and one you feel can give you an advantage.
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Old 02-06-2009, 02:15 PM   #6
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ezveedub,

dont be so cruel man..

i can understant you might got pissed off of my stupid q. but i felt that this something that can be discussed..
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no experiance with the buggy, but if those big bores feel anything like the truck ones then it is one plush ride!
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Old 02-07-2009, 11:11 AM   #8
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the big bores do help but it is not the only thing that make the car top of the range
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