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Old 06-04-2014, 07:11 PM   #1
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Im thinking about getting a micro car for inside my house. I have a huge space in the basement to set up a little track. What would be a good car or truck for this type of thing?
Should I get two micros one for jumps and one for drift style stuff? Or is there something that does both?
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Old 06-05-2014, 09:24 AM   #2
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Im thinking about getting a micro car for inside my house. I have a huge space in the basement to set up a little track. What would be a good car or truck for this type of thing?
Should I get two micros one for jumps and one for drift style stuff? Or is there something that does both?
For on road:
Sounds like the Kyosho Mini-z product line will have something for you. If you are running on unprepared concrete, the AWD MR-020 or MR-015 is the way to go for low traction.

For off road
The Kyosho Overland series will do minor jumps. If you are looking for big air and bashing, Losi mini 8ight, Associated RC18 are some of the most popular.
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I have what you're looking for here;

http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...e-package.html
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HPI Micro RS4 is one of my favorite...good
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I like MR-015 is the way to go for low traction, nice..
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