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Old 01-20-2009, 10:32 PM   #31
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THE 4X IS A 1/8 SCALE ROAD MISSLE AND THE 4R IS A 1/10 SCALE SEDAN
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:19 AM   #32
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THE 4X IS A 1/8 SCALE ROAD MISSLE AND THE 4R IS A 1/10 SCALE SEDAN


So, according to you a MRX-4R is a 1/10....

and I always thought the MTX (T=Touring) was the 1/10....
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Nib is incorrect. I have owned Mugen cars since 2000 and here is the correct description:

MTX4R - 1/10th scale touring sedan
MRX4R - 1/8th scale onroad car
MRX4X - 1/8th scale onroad car (upgrade to the MRX4R)
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he is just kidding
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Old 01-21-2009, 03:30 PM   #35
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Here is what I do know

MTX4R 1/10 scale on road
MRX4R 1/8 scale on road - (preceeded the 4x)
MRX4X 1/8 scale on road

Word around the net says something to the effect that the 4X would have been MRX5 if they had not won some championship
(not sure if that is correct)

Is there really a big diff between the 4R and 4X as far as racing goes. I see by the list below that they made a few changes to the car. Looking to buy a car and find a few 4R's not to many 4X's for sale and it would seem that you could upgrade the 4R to an X. Ehat is a fair price for a 4R roller.
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Is there really a big diff between the 4R and 4X as far as racing goes. I see by the list below that they made a few changes to the car. Looking to buy a car and find a few 4R's not to many 4X's for sale and it would seem that you could upgrade the 4R to an X. Ehat is a fair price for a 4R roller.
First there was the MRX4....
then the MRX-4R came out....
The MRX-4X came with parts the MRX4 already had...
Roelof (amongst orthers) can realy tell you the details, but in general there are not that much differences (as far as I can tell, because I run Serpent), because the basic MRX platform is already good....
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