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Old 12-13-2010, 10:28 PM
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hey guys im karl and new to the fourms.

a mate of mine owed me some money and i got the rc car off him as payment. He didnt know what model it was and neither do i.

can anyone help me out?? thank you very much for your time...

oh by the way im in New Zealand

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Old 12-13-2010, 10:37 PM
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at first i thought its an HPI RS4 Pro2... but the motor is mid mounted...

it could be an OFNA but i could be wrong...

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Old 12-13-2010, 10:45 PM
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hey tommie,
yes your right i just checked out there site and its a OFNA JL10e with the the hopped up options on it i think i came out best in this deal as he only owed me 80 bucks lol
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Originally Posted by slammedwagon View Post
hey tommie,
yes your right i just checked out there site and its a OFNA JL10e with the the hopped up options on it i think i came out best in this deal as he only owed me 80 bucks lol

you got lucky bro! just make sure theres no broken parts, clean it up, and maybe set it up for either drift, touring, or VTA...

Enjoy!
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Originally Posted by Tommi Makkinen View Post
you got lucky bro! just make sure theres no broken parts, clean it up, and maybe set it up for either drift, touring, or VTA...

Enjoy!

everything on its mint now chuck my brushless system from my old ta-05 and get some new drift tyres as iv chewed through all mine and away i go. and forgot to say it came with a dx3r controller so now iv got 2 of those controllers 1 for my 1/8th mugen mbx6t and 1 for my drifter im stoked lol
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It was an OFNA in America, but it was also sold that in Europe as a GM TC4, and in the rest of the world as a Hong Nor OB4, seeing as you're in NZ I'd say that was the OB4. All the parts are shared though.
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can you help me what brand is better can you advice to me? for electric and nitro rc car,
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Originally Posted by academygaz View Post
It was an OFNA in America, but it was also sold that in Europe as a GM TC4, and in the rest of the world as a Hong Nor OB4, seeing as you're in NZ I'd say that was the OB4. All the parts are shared though.
its an OFNA JL10e drift spec model. The OB4 and the TC4 are different chassis. We do get ofna over here iswell, i know the importer as i have a hyper 8.5 race buggy
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can you help me what brand is better can you advice to me? for electric and nitro rc car,
depends on how much you wana spend, what your using it for, and what you wana get out of it.

i race 1/8 scale truggys and buggies (Mugen Mbx6t truggy and a Hyper 8.5 buggy) both nitro and are very expenssive to run, maintain. and of course all the spares, controller, motor, starter box etc all add up. My old Mxb5t truggy i sold for $2600 complete

in electric i have a hopped up TA-05 and now a Jl-10e drift. and use both of them drifting and mucking around with mates in a carpark somewhere. basic kit that will get you going is around $200-$300 NZD. which you build up yourself and away you go. or if your after some a bit for top spec youll be looking around $450-$600
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Originally Posted by slammedwagon View Post
its an OFNA JL10e drift spec model...

Which is basically a re-release of the OB4 that is circa 2000. See attached... Do a google image search for OFNA OB4 and you'll see some nice pics of this old school tourer.
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Tommi, I didn't even see an rc car in the first pic, just what's back by the closet! Have a great holiday!
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