Originally Posted by rmdhawaii
Could you be a little more specific please? I've been thinking about getting the MTX-4 ever since I read the review in the magazine, to see how it compares to the WCE. Thanks!
Out of the box setup the RRR is more on point & feels very stable
for the MTX4 I built it box setup & it was very loose & very twitchy so after alot of tweaking got the car dialed but really did not like the performance car is very weak at some points. I seen alot of guys stripping gears & breaking shock towers luck for me that was not the case. I guess since i know the RRR very well it might just be my comfort zone. But i can tell you the RRR is a more durable car I have not broken a shock tower yet. and where im racing @ were on full throttle 75% of the track & I hit some boards @ full throttle going in to tight & hot & come off with a common damage of breaking a arm versus seeing a guy with a MTX4 hiting the same part of the track & he is replacing 4-5 parts versus one part from a RRR. I would have to say that if i had more time with the Mtx4 I would of enjoyed it but i still think it is to fragile.
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