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Old 05-17-2010, 06:06 AM   #1
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I'm new to this smaller scale of racing and need some help. Where is the best place to order a Kyosho Mini-Z? Do they come RTR or will I have to purchase a specific controller, ESC and battery?
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I cant post links yet, but I did see some on atomicmods.com - they have a 1/28 scale track by me in the winter, looking forward to racing these myself
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Holler! We're the Mini-Z specialists. But this thread should probably be moved to the Mini forum.
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But this thread should probably be moved to the Mini forum.
Oops, I didn't think about that when I posted. Sorry.
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Holler! We're the Mini-Z specialists. But this thread should probably be moved to the Mini forum.
Looks like another good spot
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I didn't realize how expensive they are. All the "ready set" kits require a transmitter. That doesn't seem so "ready" to me.
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The older AM mini z cars came with radios in the "ready set"... The new kits are just as expensive but now that they are 2.4ghz the radio is separate... But you can use the radio on more than one car... Even 1:43 scale dnano cars
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