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Old 03-17-2002, 10:58 PM   #1
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Default The new HPI RS4

Does anyone know why the new RS4 looks like MT?

But i thought that is outdated.

I was very happy HPI came out with new car but this new RS4?
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Thats because the new RS4 is based on the MT....I wouldn't exactly say that shaft drive is outdated....just ask anyone who runs GP buggies!!
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Thats because the new RS4 is based on the MT....I wouldn't exactly say that shaft drive is outdated....just ask anyone who runs GP buggies!!
But the problem is that this car is for touring. Look at V one r up to v one rr, serpent, mugen, yoko. They have actually down a 1/8 touring to a 1/10 touring why have not HPI done that from the procced. I have being a HPI fun for a lot time. Bascilly, i have all HPI car from electric to gas.

But this a let down when i saw the new RS4.
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woohoo my first post.. some guy on the hpi forum changed his nmt to a rs43..
nmt to rs43

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