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Old 04-02-2003, 10:37 PM   #1
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So anyone know anything about this car? Looks cool to me, I wouldn't mind having one except for the fact that I would be the only person in this hemisphere. Any thoughts?
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Old 04-02-2003, 10:40 PM   #2
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from the yok site:

MR-4TC Mini As for " the pleasure and the ヨコモ which can be sent " you propose the pure pleasure of the R/C car with " MR-4TC mini- ". It condenses worldwide title, and mechanism of the most fast touring car " MR-4TC " which shines in all the Japanese championship winning successively to 1/12 size. In the chassis for competition which the carbon graphite chassis of short circuit type and double wishbone suspension and the ball bearing et cetera of narrow type standard is equipped, it loads the ダッジストラトス * mini- body. In addition it sets 4 cell batteries which are becoming more and more popular to the power source. Being able to meet, power by the fact that you hold down, that burden to the motor and the drive section with over power is decreased of course, the ball diff. (front and back) and drive system of the 4WD going hand in hand full-time, it shows the travelling efficiency which grip to the parking lot, is always stabilized low from the circuit. Yearly, it enjoys as the real racing machine with the customization in addition by the option part for the abundant MR-4TC as a breather and a sidecar of the touring car where heat rise continues, etc., in type 捕 and others with free play which does not crack please have enough " the pleasure which can be sent " freely. * Total length: 351mm (body length) * full-width: 170mm (body length) * total height: 105mm (body length) * wheel base: 208mm & gear ratio: 2.2 * Total working weights: Approximately 1255g

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I think it looks pretty cool!

I wonder how soon it will be before people start trying to race these... heh
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Old 04-02-2003, 11:51 PM   #4
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this car just have the mini rs4 as a contender....(i have one)
a 4 cell class will be cool, really cheaper on tires, motor (don't need to cut te lathe) and sure...for batts, but I has been told that u can keep a 4 cells batt as long as a 6 cells cos it looses punch faster, so u cannot keep them in a good shape as long as a normal pack .
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i want to get one. i will race it with the regular sedans in the mod class!
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Old 04-03-2003, 02:28 AM   #6
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u can get them at www.ultimatehobbies.com for $194
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damn and i was just there yesterday.... damn i should have looked for that. ohh well when i go back down there in like a month ill look for it
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good thing about this, compared to the HPI and Xpress rides, tires from you 1/10 will fit...don't have to go out and buy new equipment...I am already thinking 4-cell modifed for this thing...

Hmmmmm !?!?!?!
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I think it looks pretty cool!

I wonder how soon it will be before people start trying to race these... heh
It will be nice to see these at the track...soon Alex Racing/Speedway PAL will release there 1/12 Barracuda too


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good thing about this, compared to the HPI and Xpress rides, tires from you 1/10 will fit...don't have to go out and buy new equipment...I am already thinking 4-cell modifed for this thing...

Hmmmmm !?!?!?!
IVE BEEN THINKING ABOUT THAT ALREADY
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IVE BEEN THINKING ABOUT THAT ALREADY
We're going to need another to get a class going biGChris.

You still didn't answer my Q on the other thread. That's just wrong. Gonna have to beat you at the track again.
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it is very hard to find good tires for my mini rs4 the HPI ones are just crap
the only solution is to adapt myself touring tires on mini wheels .
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yea but the mini yok using touring car tires
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so it's why this new breed of r/c cars is very interesting
and very economical on motor, tires and batts
if there is a mini cuda,i hope to see a mini pro4 too
on he right they are a lot of mini prototype :
http://members.jcom.home.ne.jp/dangoman/minircweb.htm
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Just curious is it for certain that 1/10 tires work on it? Maybe I missed it in the description of something. It would seem to look a little akward if it use regular 1/10 scale tourer slicks.

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