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Old 10-07-2013, 06:34 AM
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Hi here guys I was searching the web on the mugen mbx7 eco and mbx6 eco usa editionand I really can not tell the difference. Yea 1 has carbon one hs aluminium is it worth the $200 more to buy it or should I jut get he mbx6 eco. I want to know this to have a ca for nextyar for the out door season??
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Hi here guys I was searching the web on the mugen mbx7 eco and mbx6 eco usa editionand I really can not tell the difference. Yea 1 has carbon one hs aluminium is it worth the $200 more to buy it or should I jut get he mbx6 eco. I want to know this to have a ca for nextyar for the out door season??
The best thing you can really do , if you really want to know the differences , is print the manuals from both , and comare each step . Often its lots of little differences that add up to $200.00 . Its your money , arm yourself with the facts.
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the list of changes is on this page
http://www.mugenseiki.com/menueefi.htm
If you are a competitive racer then the new car will better. A few seconds faster per lap maybe, you still have to drive well. As a cheapskate I choose to drive better first. One less marshall makes up for a lot of bling. Especially if you like to keep some money in the bank.
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