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Old 07-15-2003, 11:24 AM   #1
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Default Kyosho MKII P10 or HPI Nitro RS4 Racer??? Help pls!

I'm about to swap my electric car for a gas powered one.


What is better?

HPI Nitro RS4 Racer version
or
Kyosho MKII Pure 10

I will not use it for racing. or probably in the future but that is not my primary concern.

Please help! thanks in advance!

Brian

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Default Re: What is better between the two?

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I'm about to swap my electric car for a gas powered one.


What is better?

HPI Nitro RS4 Racer version
or
Kyosho MKII Pure 10

I will not use it for racing. or probably in the future but that is not my primary concern.

Please help! thanks in advance!

Brian
I would go for the Kyosho. If HPI, why RS4 Racer? Why not the R40?
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Old 07-15-2003, 06:49 PM   #3
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Because these are the cars are the ones being offered to me. They are both second hand. So the Kyosho is the better car overall?

The Kyosho comes with a GS 15R motor while the HPI comes with an O.S. CV-X.

Which car is older?

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