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Old 03-04-2005, 12:29 AM   #1
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sorry if this is in the wrong forum. but i am looking to buy a mini T. but i don't know if they are good cars or not. and i am just looking for advice as to what to buy. i don't have alot of money. but i want something that is fast and fun.

about how fast do mini t's go?
can you get alot of add ones? and are they good for the price?
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Old 03-04-2005, 12:30 AM   #2
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I just realized i put this in the wrong forum. again i am very sorry if someone could move it

again thanks
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Old 03-04-2005, 12:41 AM   #3
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sorry if this is in the wrong forum. but i am looking to buy a mini T. but i don't know if they are good cars or not. and i am just looking for advice as to what to buy. i don't have alot of money. but i want something that is fast and fun.

about how fast do mini t's go?
can you get alot of add ones? and are they good for the price?
battery upgrade , motor upgrade if you need more speed buts its fast with the stock motor , the ball bearing for the hubs and wheels and your set hope it helps
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Old 03-04-2005, 08:58 AM   #4
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No one else has help?

What are some other good 1/18th's that are good?and kinda cheap?
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We a pair of mini-t's and they are alot of fun. And yes there are alot of upgrades, but personally I would get as many batteries as you can afford and a good peak charger. I would alsao keep them stock as far as motors goes, with the stock 280 the trucks don't break easily (trust me my 2 year old hasn't broke one yet!!)

However I must say that for about the same money you do actually get a lot more with the RC18T, but I cannot attest as to how fast or durable they are.....

personally i wouldn't have bought either brand new, but we got a smokin' deal on the mini-t's.....$175 for the pair with batteries and chargers!!!
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Old 03-04-2005, 11:26 AM   #6
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i have been looking on ebay for them but they end pretty high so i figured it was just be good to buy one brand new.


I have a gas power 1/10 scale i would trade for 1.

I bought it like a year ago and only used it like twice it was to hard for me to figure out so i want to get rid of it.
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