Ofna DM1 spec
When the DM1 first came out I said there is no way I would buy one of those big "boat anchors" as they call them at the track.
But when I saw how they ran when set up properly, I jumped in and bought the Spec version.
Being that I run all on road <10th and1/8th> I did not expect to much from a car this big and heavy.
I put in a Team Kamikaze modified Pico 21 and this thing is a blast. I have more fun driving this car than my other cars<and I have a lot of on-road>
Anyway, when set up right, a good motor and pipe, and the right tires you wont be dissapointed at all.
I do see some of the guys running 28 engines and off road engines, but the 21 on-road engines will out run them all day. Even though the 28s and off-road engines have more torque, the higher rpms of the on-road engine make the DM1 cars very quick, and turn about the same lap time as typical 10th scale
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