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Old 06-19-2010, 06:38 AM   #16
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2003, 2005, 2007, 2009 1/8 onroad world champion need I say more!!!!! Kyosho evolva. the spare parts are also cheaper than the other cars on the market.
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Old 06-19-2010, 09:51 PM   #17
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2003, 2005, 2007, 2009 1/8 onroad world champion need I say more!!!!! Kyosho evolva. the spare parts are also cheaper than the other cars on the market.
A very convincing arguement given the fact that Collari chose to compete and won with the older Evolva versus the M3. Then again, Collari could have probably won it with a Picco Integra or PRP XR8.
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A very convincing arguement given the fact that Collari chose to compete and won with the older Evolva versus the M3. Then again, Collari could have probably won it with a Picco Integra or PRP XR8.
2009 1/8 worlds was won with the m3 evo and it also came in 3rd place also. When kyosho wins it is the driver and when serpent wins it is the car. Come on there is something to be said about that. Numbers don't lie.
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2009 1/8 worlds was won with the m3 evo and it also came in 3rd place also. When kyosho wins it is the driver and when serpent wins it is the car. Come on there is something to be said about that. Numbers don't lie.
My mistake on the Collari running the Evolva. I must have mistaken him with another top driver driving the older Evolva, maybe Bertin? To me the name Serpent, Mugen, Kyosho means nothing as all the cars are high quallity and well developed to the point of being evenly matched. The only thing seperating victory from defeat is the set up and the driver.
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You're wasting your time arguing with Hoboshop. He drives a Kyosho because he believes it will help him win, yet he gets beat by every other car out there. He will never learn.
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Who cares about the worlds? Not one of those cars in the A was anywhere near stock. Actually, Swauger's 2nd place Mugen was probably the closest to stock. Collari's car had Serpent and Mugen parts all over it, Pietch car had Shepherd parts all over it, Serpent guys had funky radio plates so none of that has anything to do with out of the box performance. Plus that track is all about mileage and engine performance.
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You're wasting your time arguing with Hoboshop. He drives a Kyosho because he believes it will help him win, yet he gets beat by every other car out there. He will never learn.
I try it all I have a velox 8 coming and a mrx5 on preorder so I can test them back to back. I try everything so what are you talking about. We are having a friendly dispute. It is all love there is nothing to learn I know all the cars are good but some cars.

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I try it all I have a velox 8 coming
Now you're talking
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Is it really made in Italy ?
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