xpress mrr2 vs fujin 211go

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xpress mrr2 vs fujin 211go

Postby ukionz » Fri Jan 20, 2012 1:03 am

There is a lots of beautiful M-chassis body around and it is very attempting to buy a M-chassis & drift it and latter CS-drift it!
Came across this two candidates:-
Express MRR2 (Enroute Express MRR2)
http://www.rcmart.com/rc-xpress-combo-c ... 28111.html

http://www.enroute.co.jp/english/Xpress/index.htm

and the drift version
http://www.rcmart.com/rc-combogary-xpre ... 28200.html

and this Fujin 211go
http://www.rcmart.com/rc-3racing-fujin- ... 30858.html

This two have similar configurations, they all score very high in reviews for good performer in touring but what about drifting or CS-drifting?
Anyone has input of drifting these two models? compatible parts?

Thanks in advance

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Re: xpress mrr2 vs fujin 211go

Postby marshun » Fri Jan 20, 2012 2:31 am

are the m chassis bodies that true 1/10 scale? cause i've driven a genetic and the uhhhh that hpi one. i forgot what its called. but those 2 are pretty good as well. not sure if thats an option for you

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Re: xpress mrr2 vs fujin 211go

Postby vimal » Fri Jan 20, 2012 2:55 am

I had a 3Racing conversion kit for a TT01 and that was really awesome to drift with, the only reason I got rid of it was because I couldn't find a body for it....
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Re: xpress mrr2 vs fujin 211go

Postby ukionz » Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:21 am

So, ABC Hobby, HPI & Tamiya's M-chassis are not the same? I mean the measurement. wheelbase, track with different?

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Re: xpress mrr2 vs fujin 211go

Postby vimal » Sat Jan 21, 2012 12:32 am

ukionz wrote:So, ABC Hobby, HPI & Tamiya's M-chassis are not the same? I mean the measurement. wheelbase, track with different?


Yip, like you normal 1:10 chassis which come in different wheel base size the M-Chassis range also come in different wheel base sizes, especially for the different classes in racing to allow for the cars to be more stable.

Have a look at the HPI cup racer and the ABC Hobbies boddies, they are by far the best shells I have seen :up:
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Re: xpress mrr2 vs fujin 211go

Postby Schmark » Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:24 am

True, but like with the full size 1/10 chassis, on the m chassis you can change the wheelbase by shifting around the spacers on the suspension pins. I just changed the wheelbase on my Fujin 211go to fit my ABC Celica 1600GT body. On most M chassis the range in which you can change the wheelbase is stated in the specs.
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