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Old 10-19-2006, 01:14 PM   #1
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Default Hyper 7 RTR vs. Jammin X1 RTR ?

I tried to search lookin for all the feedback on both kits, but it was kinda scattered a bit. I was wondering what the opinions from the guys that have had 1 or both cars, which is the one to go with. Im not really worried about the "latest is the greatest" things...sometimes the proven stuff is hard to beat. So which holds up better and has easier parts to get ahold of. Is the X1 worth the $100 or so more, or is it more the name and the "latest" kit between the two. I am just gettin back into this, but I know the Mugens, and Kyoshos are the 2 better/best brands....but to get them up and running is just too much for me right now.

What about the MP7.5 RTR kit...is that worth while ? I just need some honest opinions, and not magazine ratings.

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