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HPI R40 vs Hobao GPX4-PRO

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Old 02-26-2007, 11:08 PM
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My friend and i are going to upgrade from our HPi RS4 EVO 3's to something new....

we are looking at the HPI R40 and the Hobao GPX4-PRO

which would u prefer/recommend and please give reasons why....

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Old 02-27-2007, 01:10 AM
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Check out the Hobao GPX4 Pro thread and see the Romuald post of his car. Regards,Mark
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In my opinion I would prefer the GPX4. Iv had experience with both cars and the R40 is on the heavier side. handling wise the gpx4 feels more neutral and easier to handle. In the end though I think you should consider the fact that the GPX4 is a newer chassis design.
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In my opinion I would prefer the GPX4. Iv had experience with both cars and the R40 is on the heavier side. handling wise the gpx4 feels more neutral and easier to handle. In the end though I think you should consider the fact that the GPX4 is a newer chassis design.
hara edition R40s are not heavy...
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