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Looking to get a rwd.


Looking at the  MST FXX-D S II rwd

It's 135$

so. Is this a good choice for the price Or is there a better option for just a few bucks more?
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(06-07-2017, 11:24 PM)santafe17 Wrote:  Looking to get a rwd.


Looking at the  MST FXX-D S II rwd

It's 135$

so. Is this a good choice for the price Or is there a better option for just a few bucks more?
I wouldn't go for a front mid mount motor.

If you are really on a tight budget look for a 2nd hand yd2 chassis. Since you have all the parts from your tamiya.

I think if you put up another 50usd then go for the rmxs. Out of the box you don't really need to upgrade to drift it. But be warned. Mst hop ups are expensive.

D4 only if you have no other options for a rwd chassis. It terms of upgrades I think it's the cheapest. It is tail happy and harder to drive compared to a yd-2 or an rmx.

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#3
Word. rmxs looks good.

Not really on a budget, i just cant really justify spending Slash money on a car that can only slide around.
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I think if you put up another 50usd then go for the rmxs. Out of the box you don't really need to upgrade to drift it. But be warned. Mst hop ups are expensive.





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