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Old 09-30-2010, 03:42 AM
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for starters who has one of these cars ,and did u put your own running gear in it .Any one give me there opinion of it @ ishima racing thinking of getting one mmmm not sure.

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http://www.ishimaracing.com/html/rave_e1_0r.html

Looks cool
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It looks like it would be slow to transition in the turns(batteries are way out at the edges of the chassis) and might be a little bit tippy with the motor way up in the air. The layout is different for sure. It would probably go over good with nitro folks since it has mechanical brakes.
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Very restricted motor diameter. I think with the brake system it can only use 36mm motor n no longer than 70mm
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Cool super ek4

i have looked for weeks at buggies have to make a decision, what u think i should get
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Originally Posted by wayneo View Post
i have looked for weeks at buggies have to make a decision, what u think i should get

The most important is what parts your hobbyshop support? Losi, jammin or AE?

Budget?
Saddle Lipo or single?
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I think you should get something from a manufacture thats a little more common in your area. The Ishima does look cool though if you want to try something different. I wonder how much they go for...
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From what I have read, the Ishima suspension setup is better suited to European style tracks. If you have USA style tracks over there it will probably not do to well. I could be wrong though.

As far as the layout I dont like the motor up high and the batteries so far out. It seems like an over complicated layout. Having the motor up like that reminds me of some of the REEALLY early electric conversions. Definitely not an ideal location. And I think the body is fugly. JMHO though. It looks like it will really limit electronics choices.
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Originally Posted by slaytanic View Post
From what I have read, the Ishima suspension setup is better suited to European style tracks. If you have USA style tracks over there it will probably not do to well. I could be wrong though. .
Just curious, what is the difference b/w euro and USA tracks? (I am new so just curious.)
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