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    Mini-Z

    Anyone here have a Kyosho Mini-Z? If so which one?

    I just ordered a White Nissan GTR AWD and im thinking about getting an f1 since ive found them for $120
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    what options are there for them? how much can you hop them up? how fast do they go stock and how well do they handle? and where did you find them for $120? cause i was on the kyosho web site a few days ago and saw the mini z optima buggy that's coming out in November. the old schoolness is just awesome, really hard to pass up.
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    Atomic mods.net I'd the place for mini z

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    mini zs are nice going to get one of the f1 chassis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suburban_hooligan View Post
    what options are there for them? how much can you hop them up? how fast do they go stock and how well do they handle? and where did you find them for $120? cause i was on the kyosho web site a few days ago and saw the mini z optima buggy that's coming out in November. the old schoolness is just awesome, really hard to pass up.

    Stock they go about 20 km/h. They have very good handling. As with any other Hobby Grade RC, you can hop them up as much as you want.

    The buggy is overpriced IMO. I'd just get a Losi Micro.

    F1s are pretty sick, but the Awd are more popular, and you can drift them

    The only thing that has stopped me from buying one, is lack of brushless motors. If you want to go Race fast you need a faster motor, but those brushed motors run at brushless speeds 100k rpm. High maintenance :l
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