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Old 02-20-2010, 07:50 PM   #1
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what is the diffrence between the mbx5 and 6
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Everything. About the only shared parts are the pillow balls. The MBX6 is way lighter, has a better balance, spiral cut gears, big bore shocks. The MBX6 is far superior.
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Not even the pillow balls. MBX6 has light weight balls
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The 6 is a faster car but will bite you back if you are not a good driver, the 5r is much more forgiving and easier to drive, the 6 is faster with a pro driver.
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