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Old 05-17-2009, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default ofna mbx vs ofna hyper 7

finally narrowed it down to two cars please tell me which one is better and which one has a faster overall top speed thanx
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Hyper 7 is better, the top speed will be about the same with both 35-40 MPH, you can gear it up though with an 18 tooth clutch bell and a 50 tooth spur gear and get up to about 50 MPH. If high speed is all you want, buy a Jato..65 MPH right out of the box..all these vehicles will be useless on the track with high top speeds, but fun for running up and down the street..The stock Hyper 7 can be raced right out of the box, if you leave the gears as-is
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thanx i will gear up to make it go a little faster, but im not a speed freak so the jato is just to crazy
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