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Ferdi 10-27-2004 04:30 AM

1/10th or 1/8th
 
Do you drive, a 1/10 or 1/8?
If you drive both scales, wich of the two do you prefer?
Why did you choose for that typical scale?
According to you wich has a bigger fun factor?
According to you wich has a bigger competitive factor?


Thanks,
Ferdi

mop_iko 10-27-2004 06:45 AM

Re: 1/10th or 1/8th
 

Originally posted by Ferdi
Do you drive, a 1/10 or 1/8?
If you drive both scales, wich of the two do you prefer?
Why did you choose for that typical scale?
According to you wich has a bigger fun factor?
According to you wich has a bigger competitive factor?


Thanks,
Ferdi

go 1/5th... screws are bigger. parts are tougher, engine are louder and faster, means more money... LOL....

get it?

more = money

so... if you want
more tougher
more faster
more louder
more easier...
they sums up to more MONEY. hehehehe


:tire: mop:tire:

vtl1180ny 10-27-2004 06:55 AM

You beat me to it.... Go 1/5th!!!!!

mop_iko 10-27-2004 07:03 AM

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Originally posted by vtl1180ny
You beat me to it.... Go 1/5th!!!!!
hehehhe....

here some pic.... to drool....

:tire: mop:tire:

mop_iko 10-27-2004 07:04 AM

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Originally posted by mop_iko
hehehhe....

here some pic.... to drool....

:tire: mop:tire:

more drool.... need towel now...

:tire: mop:tire:

vtl1180ny 10-27-2004 07:09 AM

Niiiiiiiiice.......

I just a have a lowly Technokit tk99... Hehehe....

mop_iko 10-27-2004 07:18 AM


Originally posted by vtl1180ny
Niiiiiiiiice.......

I just a have a lowly Technokit tk99... Hehehe....

the FG F1 is not mine.. its my friend's.... and it cost him USD2400 with servos... and it is not a competition version ... only a sport version... shucks....

you wanna download some F1 1/5th videos?
http://www.molzermoweryracing.com/download_page.html

:tire: mop:tire:

vtl1180ny 10-27-2004 07:25 AM

I'm quite aware of what the F1's go for, I almost bought one....

My winter project is a Dodge Ram body I have for my car... It's going to take me forever to paint it.... I'm not even going to attempt it with the airbrush, I'm dragging out my automotive guns for it....

mop_iko 10-27-2004 07:44 AM


Originally posted by vtl1180ny
I'm quite aware of what the F1's go for, I almost bought one....

My winter project is a Dodge Ram body I have for my car... It's going to take me forever to paint it.... I'm not even going to attempt it with the airbrush, I'm dragging out my automotive guns for it....

as been told earlier... THE BIGGER it is... the more money you have to have.... LOL... example... more PAINT to paint the body!!!! LOL

:tire: mop:tire:

Ferdi 10-27-2004 07:46 AM

Thanks for all the replys :) but I can't use any info you guys have written.

mop_iko 10-27-2004 07:53 AM

Re: 1/10th or 1/8th
 

Originally posted by Ferdi
Do you drive, a 1/10 or 1/8?
If you drive both scales, wich of the two do you prefer?
Why did you choose for that typical scale?
According to you wich has a bigger fun factor?
According to you wich has a bigger competitive factor?


Thanks,
Ferdi

ok... here is the answer...

i drive 1/10th and 1/8th
i prefer 1/8th
i already told you in my first post...
1/8th or bigger
1/8th.

OK?

actually... you need to read and think.... all my replies answering your questions....:sneaky: :sneaky: :sneaky:

its just GIVING you WARNING before going into BIGGER things.

:tire: mop:tire:

vtl1180ny 10-27-2004 08:11 AM

The bigger they are the more they cost and the more room you need to run them....


I learned my lesson real quick about running 1/5th in the street....

I do run my 1/10th scale cars in the street if I'm real bored.....

raceblast 10-27-2004 04:20 PM

I ran both 1/10 and 1/8

I perfer 1/8 because of its excellent handling. 1/8 cars do not really need options.

1/8 car is relatively more expensive to start with. However, to improve 1/10 car, you need to buy options which cost u. In the end, 1/10 car costs about the same as 1/8 but 1/8 handling is still better.

TitaniumR 10-27-2004 08:23 PM

Re: 1/10th or 1/8th
 

Originally posted by Ferdi
Do you drive, a 1/10 or 1/8?
If you drive both scales, wich of the two do you prefer?
Why did you choose for that typical scale?
According to you wich has a bigger fun factor?
According to you wich has a bigger competitive factor?


Thanks,
Ferdi

Hi Ferdi,

I run both.
If choosing one, I'll go 1/8. Because:
1.Thrill/Tremendous Power - in my opinion, no other RC class matches that. The screaming engines down straights = F1s on smaller scale. 1/10 cannot deliver this.
2. Handling - Very stable(assuming car is done properly). Esp when you hit that "perfect" setup and being able to full throttle "everywhere", RC Nivarna!
3. Looks - Most 1/8 chassis looks awesome - Mugen/Serpent/Kyosho/SMP/Team Magic's "Vampire". Huge tires, broad chassis...Work of art!
I ran both because alternating between the two classes makes me appreciate each better.

As to fun factor - if you're running alone, I think 1/8 beats 1/10. but if you're the only 1/8 in a crowd of 1/10s, I would think 1/10 is the way to go. Fun depends also on the crowd around you.

Competition - Depends on where you are and you can tell from the activities....

What others here mentioned on 1/8 running cost is true. If you try to run 1/8 on an on like for 1/10s, they are far more expensive. On the track I ran, about 7 tanks(125cc each tank) to finish a set of fron and rear tires for 1/8. For 1/10s, thru 20 tanks or so(75cc each tank) tires can still go.

Because of the speed, 1/8 is more attention/energy zapping and I normally do not run it like a 1/10. So minimum impact on running cost.

Upgrades/parts replacement - 1/8 generally 20% more ex than 1/10.

Hope my input helps.:)

redsand 10-27-2004 09:04 PM

Re: Re: 1/10th or 1/8th
 

Originally posted by mop_iko
go 1/5th... screws are bigger. parts are tougher, engine are louder and faster, means more money... LOL....

Faster than a lawnmower ??


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