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Old 06-15-2010, 10:51 AM   #1
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I'm wondering b/w MBX6 and Losi. Who have experienced with both of these, plz give me some ideas...Thanks alot. I'm fom Vietnam.
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I'm wondering b/w MBX6 and Losi. Who have experienced with both of these, plz give me some ideas...Thanks alot. I'm fom Vietnam.
It doesnt matter witch one you get as long as it says MUGEN!
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:00 AM   #3
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I've had HB, AE, Losi, Kyo. I only have Mugen now.
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:07 AM   #4
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I've had HB, AE, Losi, Kyo. I only have Mugen now.
Actually, I'm riding a couple of Xray808. but I'm encourtering some problems with the front diff. Just thinking bout taking an MBX6 or Losi. Losi is not very popuplar in Vietnam so, I have very little experience with it...
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:14 AM   #6
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i would only run HB or Mugen.
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:15 AM   #7
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I would suggest you PM a few members you think will give you a straight up answer, threads like these usually end badly.
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Old 06-15-2010, 11:37 AM   #10
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I have been running Losi for the last 3 years Losi cars are GREAT cars are Built Good and Drive Good but the Losi cars just don't fit how i drive now.

When i start driving the Losi it fit my driving style GREAT but now i drive harder and stay on the Gas more so i Switched to the Mugen MBX6 Buggy and it Fits my driving style Much better but both cars are GREAT you will just need to try them and see witch one works better for you.

If you like to drive On Power the Mugen Buggy Will Be for you but if you like to Drive Off Power in to the Corners then the Losi will work better for you.
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Its funny how many Losi Haters there are now. I have driven a Mugen and they are good cars, I strongly prefer my Losi over all others. Easy to get parts and support. Handling is second to NONE. Since the 2.0 came out, I have not broken a part, replaced the ball cups every once in a while. But it is still standing strong.

Unless the 3.0 is a piece of crap - I will not move from Losi no time soon.
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I drove a mugen for a while. It was a good car but it didnt quite fit my style of driving. I switched to a losi and have became faster.
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I drove a mugen for a while. It was a good car but it didnt quite fit my style of driving. I switched to a losi and have became faster.
I had the exact opposite experience. I got faster after switching to Mugen but I liked my Losi's.

It doesn't matter which one you get. They are both good cars and fast in the hands of a good driver.

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[/QUOTE]It doesn't matter which on you get. They are both good cars and fast in the hands of a good driver.[/QUOTE]


+1! I personally like the mugen.
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i had mugen, it was ok..switched to losi and my driving improved soo much
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