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Old 10-25-2005, 02:33 AM   #16
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MSX,Cyclone,Yokomo BD i have seen the msx i there is not much very different from the cyclone the basic layout is the same only the msx is dar more exspensive i don't now nothing about the Yokomo BD we don't race much yokomo in holland. the cyclone is also very easy to work on 4 en 2 little tiny screws and the lay shaft comes out and 4 screws voor de front & rear diff so it's down to the where you can get the most parts and just wich do you find the most practical en pritty

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Just to clarify a few RC terms...

I believe you need a "truck" or a "buggy". These are also available in "hobby shops".

"Touring cars" are not designed for "skate parks".
next thing youll be trying to tell me brushless emaxxs are not supposed to be drifted...

any car + skateboard park = fun.

brushless touring car and a table top gets me grinning from ear to ear.

the breakages dont tho... but thats to be expected.
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Old 10-25-2005, 04:09 AM   #18
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what about the shumacher Mi2. nothing wrong with this car i have one and all i hve to say it a awsome car.
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what about the corally RDX now thats a nice uncomplicated car.....

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They all have the basic same layout. Be different. Try a Losi Jrxs, You won't regret it.
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Old 10-25-2005, 05:02 AM   #21
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I bet all of the top belt drive cars run about the same laptimes when setup right. So I guess get whichever one you can find parts, get parts cheap, and easy to wrench on. The Yokomo is VERY easy to work on. 4 screws and the layshaft is dissambled, spur gear is off, and belts are loose. 4 screws gets each diff out.
I Would agree that many of the belt drive cars are essentially the same. Many of the cars have pros and cons. The Yokomo DB is the best quality car interms of machining and as such represents (personal opinion) the best value for money. Fantastic bulk heads!

Cyclone is expensive for what it is, but has the best suspension package and probably is the fastest car around each track with little setup variation.

My ranking of cars (for what its worth)
1) Cyclone
2) Yokomo BD #1 for quality
=) 415MS (x)
4) RDX
5) Mi2 (requires hopups and loads of spares)
6) JRXS (not for low grip tracks)
7) xray (runs hot and cold - requires too much chassis set variations)


many will argue with this,which shows how close each car actually is.
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