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Old 10-31-2009, 06:04 AM   #1
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Default First on-road rc?

I previously bought a OFNA Ultra MBX Comp and all is well! Broke her in, named her sandy (due to living in florida) and was just looking into buying a on-road rc car!

I would love to find a Small, low maintenance (LOL), nitro drifing rc car thats enjoyable to drift in the streets with.

I don't need a powerful engine or anything huge! Just something to pass my time.

Any suggestions?
Greatly appreciated!

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Old 10-31-2009, 10:57 PM   #2
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HPI Nitro RS4 3 Drift RTR

This car is your best bet. It comes read to drift straight out the box.



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I have the regular rs4 3 evo and its a great car, handels well and the engine is easy to tune and it holds one well. Greaat quality car, id buy one again. Plus lots of hop ups are availl also.
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Old 11-02-2009, 07:10 AM   #4
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I have the regular rs4 3 evo and its a great car, handels well and the engine is easy to tune and it holds one well. Greaat quality car, id buy one again. Plus lots of hop ups are availl also.





I agree 100%....not to mention that HPI has a great selection of bodies, some pre painted, and even the ones that aren't all have the holes dimpled for easy mounting.
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