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MST RMX 2.0 vs. Yokomo DP-YD2SX2P.

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Old 08-27-2019, 05:21 AM
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Default MST RMX 2.0 vs. Yokomo DP-YD2SX2P.

Hello guys,

I am not new in the RC scene, but my experience is only with HPI and Tamiya.
Now I am orientating for a new drift chassis, something different from previous TT-02 chassis.

Right now I have 2 choises, the MST RMX 2.0 and Yokomo DP-YD2SX-2P.
But now I am wondering what the biggest differences between those 2 are and what experiences you have with these?
Don't know if one of those is the better choice, but what's your opinion?
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Old 08-27-2019, 08:18 AM
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I know nothing about drifting chassis kits... but... Yokomo FTW! lol

The YD-2 has been a staple in the Drift world it seems. Bump for more info, these $500-1000 drift car investments make me dizzy
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Old 08-27-2019, 09:30 AM
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i personally have both chassis rmx kit and yd2EX. the rmx kit or rtr is great out of the box build. the yokomo yd2, ex,s, sx2 series all need a light tune to make it run correctly. both brands have proprietary hop ups and some with yeah racing. you will not go wrong with either chassis.
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In the second generation of drift platform made by mst I own the MST RRX 2.0 S, it is a great chassis even built to manual recommend setting and has all the angle in the world that you could ever possibly want, I will admit the front lower arms on the next-gen chassis are popsicle stick so buy a couple spare if you go the mst route, but they are pretty well-designed as I also used them on my RWD converted Yokomo D-max. I also have a Yokomo yd-2s, it required a little bit more tinkering with the setting to get it to my liking then the mst but it by far has the most aftermarket support almost every single aftermarket RC drift brand makes parts for this chassis. To sum it up you can't go wrong with either the mst is more plug and play type of build and the yokomo just need a little bit of tuning in my case and that is coming from a die-hard yokomo fan here.

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