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Old 02-18-2010, 03:46 AM   #16
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quietstorm76. Thankyou dude!

Im most certain that it, chassis looks the same, whole set-up is more or less exact!

Thanks for all the help guys, Appreciated!
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Old 08-20-2010, 12:11 AM   #17
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It's the P190 / Razor XT.

I still have one
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Old 01-09-2014, 11:55 PM   #18
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Default hey guys need help have same car and have to change motor

hey guys have the same car as in picture (P190) it says on the chassis,, can any one tell me a bit more about it as i have no idear and have blown the motor and wont to buy a new one just dont no what size or anything for the motor ps motor cant be rebuldt its all scored in side with bits of steel everywhere so wont a new one to start fresh and easy to learn but fast at the same time plz help as i am dieng to play with it again thans guys

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how big of a motor i can go??
what brand motor will fit??
and its a 2speed now do i need a moter to fit that as well??
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Had this car a couple of years back, been in storage for the past year or so and has been completely forgotten about, Im aiming to get back into the hobby and was just wondering if anyone could tell me what model/make this is.



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Old 01-10-2014, 12:04 AM   #19
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Any Ideas on what model this is?-nitro-car.jpghey guys have the same car as in picture (P190) it says on the chassis,, can any one tell me a bit more about it as i have no idear and have blown the motor and wont to buy a new one just dont no what size or anything for the motor ps motor cant be rebuldt its all scored in side with bits of steel everywhere so wont a new one to start fresh and easy to learn but fast at the same time plz help as i am dieng to play with it again thans guys

looking for
how big of a motor i can go??
what brand motor will fit??
and its a 2speed now do i need a moter to fit that as well??
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Had this car a couple of years back, been in storage for the past year or so and has been completely forgotten about, Im aiming to get back into the hobby and was just wondering if anyone could tell me what model/make this is.



Cheers.
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Old 07-04-2015, 07:24 AM   #20
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I know this threads 5 years old but I just wanna stick my ore in. The model is/was a P190 made by german company Reely. Spares and upgrades can be had from conrad-electronic.co.uk or conrad.de.
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