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Old 01-09-2011, 08:28 PM
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I want one Soooo Bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-22-2013, 09:52 PM
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I just picked up one of these for a great deal NIB. What 2S lipo should I get for it?
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Old 06-23-2013, 10:11 AM
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I just picked up one of these for a great deal NIB. What 2S lipo should I get for it?
The ib 1600 mini 40c
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Old 10-04-2014, 08:21 PM
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Anybody still running these lil cars? Been thinking about getting one to tear up the house with during the winter. I noticed Xray hasn't updated this car in years.
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Old 10-06-2014, 04:19 PM
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I still have a couple of em. Parts are getting harder to find but its an awesome little car. If you plan on driving it in the house/basement/garage, stick with a brushed motor. The main issue with these cars is theyre too fast to run indoors but not big enough to run on the street. You almost need an indoor track or nice parking lot to really make use of them. And yes, they are overdue for an update. Almost like xray just forgot about them.
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Originally Posted by BatCarC5 View Post
I still have a couple of em. Parts are getting harder to find but its an awesome little car. If you plan on driving it in the house/basement/garage, stick with a brushed motor. The main issue with these cars is theyre too fast to run indoors but not big enough to run on the street. You almost need an indoor track or nice parking lot to really make use of them. And yes, they are overdue for an update. Almost like xray just forgot about them.
Thanks, great insights!
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Old 10-08-2014, 07:48 AM
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I have an M18 pro that i want to revamp it's looks....

I have this bodys...








But i want the HPI Micro RS4 body specially the 1969 one. Can it fit with no mods? And about the rims?







And these will fit the X-ray?

-The rim adapters for micro rs4. They seen like the xray ones...(expensive)

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Old 10-08-2014, 09:12 PM
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The wheels will fit on the m18 adaptors, im using rs4 wheels on mine. The mustang body will also work if its 150mm wb, but you will need to re - drill the holes for the body posts. Aftermarket support really fell off for these cars. But with HPI reissuing the MRS4, it might motivate Xray to do something new with the M18.
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Originally Posted by BatCarC5 View Post
The wheels will fit on the m18 adaptors, im using rs4 wheels on mine. The mustang body will also work if its 150mm wb, but you will need to re - drill the holes for the body posts. Aftermarket support really fell off for these cars. But with HPI reissuing the MRS4, it might motivate Xray to do something new with the M18.

Those pics ^^^ are nice. But do to the lack of support for this car, As much as I like these lil hot rods, I think its best I hold off on buying one until they update it.
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Old 10-09-2014, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by BatCarC5 View Post
The wheels will fit on the m18 adaptors, im using rs4 wheels on mine. The mustang body will also work if its 150mm wb, but you will need to re - drill the holes for the body posts. Aftermarket support really fell off for these cars. But with HPI reissuing the MRS4, it might motivate Xray to do something new with the M18.
Ok, good to know the Hpi rims will fit the m18 adaptors. But what about the HPI adaptors fiting on the M18? Cause i have mines glued to rims, and they are very expensive to buy. But HPI ones are very cheap!

As for the 1969 it's 140mm i guess...
http://www.hpiracing.com/en/part/113081

Maybe with a cut were and there and a some sticker's

I was pretending to sell it...but right now... i am going to put some leds on the bodys and play with it!

They are fun, indeed... mine actaully have a 9200kv motor, lol!
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Originally Posted by targetingxmod View Post
Ok, good to know the Hpi rims will fit the m18 adaptors. But what about the HPI adaptors fiting on the M18? Cause i have mines glued to rims, and they are very expensive to buy. But HPI ones are very cheap!

As for the 1969 it's 140mm i guess...
#113081 1969 FORD MUSTANG RTR-X PAINTED BODY (140MM)

Maybe with a cut were and there and a some sticker's

I was pretending to sell it...but right now... i am going to put some leds on the bodys and play with it!

They are fun, indeed... mine actaully have a 9200kv motor, lol!
Can anyone tell me what version this one is please? Guy who is selling doesn't know.

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-hobbies-craft/winnipeg/rc-m18-roller-with-brushless-moter/1255448411?enableSearchNavigationFlag
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Originally Posted by yeroc1982 View Post
Can anyone tell me what version this one is please? Guy who is selling doesn't know.

RC M18 roller with brushless moter | hobbies, crafts | Winnipeg | Kijiji
This is not the pro version, push on tires and inner hubs in pics. Don't recognize the chassis, it doesn't look like the Xray, Exotek or Penguin, another manufacturer is my guess.
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