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Old 02-24-2007, 07:34 AM   #31
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i like my mugen a whols lot its just as fast as all the serpents 720's and kyosho rrr i have driven a rrr and i liked it but i like my mugen more
It's natural for anyone who buys a product to believe they bought what it better than the competition.

I doubt anyone would be faster with either car given adequate time to set it up.
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Old 02-24-2007, 12:14 PM   #32
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buy the one that the parts are easy to get or the one more people run at your track. so you can get help or parts easy. The $100 you save now will not matter later.

There is nothing worse than going home after one run due to a broken part that no one has, not to mention you just drove 45 mins to the track (used up $15 in real gas) plus $10 track fee. wasted a whole day.
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Old 02-24-2007, 12:27 PM   #33
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buy the one that the parts are easy to get or the one more people run at your track. so you can get help or parts easy. The $100 you save now will not matter later.

There is nothing worse than going home after one run due to a broken part that no one has, not to mention you just drove 45 mins to the track (used up $15 in real gas) plus $10 track fee. wasted a whole day.
Or buy a bunch of parts online and have them ready. Belts, Pullys, gears, anything that can break on impact like knuckles, hubs and whatnot.
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Also keep in mind that some kits are cheap but parts are very expensive.
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Also keep in mind that some kits are cheap but parts are very expensive.
How to the MTX4 and RRR parts prices compare ??
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