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Old 12-03-2005, 07:13 AM   #46
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the AWD looks cool have to get one does any of the parts off mr-o2 fit the AWD ??
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Alright gang. I just got my AWD MA-010 tonight. The car is dialed out of the box. After I did some mods to it ( changed out the motor, front/rear springs, and tires ), the car is off the hook. It has soo much torque coming out of corners, you can gain so much ground on other cars you are racing against. Here are some pics of my car. Enjoy
ROGER where did you buy yours ?? what money are thay going for ??
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Old 12-03-2005, 10:31 AM   #48
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the AWD looks cool have to get one does any of the parts off mr-o2 fit the AWD ??
Unfortunately, no parts on the MR-02 are compatable with the new AWD car. The only thing im using from the MR-02 are the front springs. That's pretty much it.
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ROGER where did you buy yours ?? what money are thay going for ??
I had my kit pre-ordered 3 months ago from my local hobbyshop in Northern California. The kit I bought was just the chassis only. The cost of the chassis alone was $129 USD. You can also purchased the kit with a body ( skyline GTR ) and a radio for around $159 USD.
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MORE dialed mini-z vids:

http://rcmms.com.hk/uploads/video/minizvan.wmv

DIALED !!!!!!!
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Default AWD MA-010 for SALE !!!

Check it out:

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I need some help with geting a good motor im buying some hop-ups from pnracing but the problem is theres loads of motors whats the best to go for? im runing a x-speed at the moment I have been told i need to fit fets if im to run faster motor?? so can anyone recomend a motor and fet to use??
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Hey Chris,

For the PN Racing motors, go with the Speedy05 if your car is stock and does not have a FET upgrade. It is a great stock hop up motor. The Atomic stock motor Roger mentioned is great too if you have a stock circuit board.

If you have FETs and want to go mod, PN has some other good motors. I didn't think the s03 was all that great and we ran those at the PN Regionals. The s04 is a good fast mod motor but I though the power curve was a bit steep. At the PN World Cup finals, we ran the Anima motor and I loved it!!! My typical mod motor is an Atomic T2 and I liked the Anima for all around speed and power curve.

BTW, the Atomic T2 is the biggest power around but if you are running typical RCP or Mini-Z carpet tracks, you had better forget it unless you are an expert driver. The power is too much IMO. I am sticking with the Anima for now.

Roger: That carpet vid makes me miss the RCP days of hangin' the a$$ end out and drifting from corner to corner... such fun!! Come to think of it, we were drifting way before it became popular in 1:1 cars
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Roger,

You have the Atomic VDS yet?

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Hey Chris,

For the PN Racing motors, go with the Speedy05 if your car is stock and does not have a FET upgrade. It is a great stock hop up motor. The Atomic stock motor Roger mentioned is great too if you have a stock circuit board.

If you have FETs and want to go mod, PN has some other good motors. I didn't think the s03 was all that great and we ran those at the PN Regionals. The s04 is a good fast mod motor but I though the power curve was a bit steep. At the PN World Cup finals, we ran the Anima motor and I loved it!!! My typical mod motor is an Atomic T2 and I liked the Anima for all around speed and power curve.

BTW, the Atomic T2 is the biggest power around but if you are running typical RCP or Mini-Z carpet tracks, you had better forget it unless you are an expert driver. The power is too much IMO. I am sticking with the Anima for now.

Roger: That carpet vid makes me miss the RCP days of hangin' the a$$ end out and drifting from corner to corner... such fun!! Come to think of it, we were drifting way before it became popular in 1:1 cars
IF i was to fit FETS where do they go on the board and what ones would i be best going for???

cheers for all this help
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You have the Atomic VDS yet?

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the vds looks cool where can i get 1 ???
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The speedy 05 is an excellent motor.

Any of yall go to the P/N worlds? I wanted to go but couldnt get away from work.
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Guess I should show some pics huh?
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Guess I should show some pics huh?
looking cool
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You have the Atomic VDS yet?

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Yeah, I got it yesterday . Im stil figuring out a paint scheme.

Chris: I ordered my VDS body from www.rcmart.com
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