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Kyosho Mini-Z

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Gday all,

 

The Mini-Z bodies are used over Plafit type metal chassis to make slot cars - brilliantly detailed bodies.

Has anyone tinkered with Kyosho Mini-Z Ready To Race RC cars?

They are 1/28 scale bodies, and I'm thinking of buying a few of the RTR MR-03 rear wheel drive cars to race on my timber slot track.

Interested if anyone has experience with them from their RC lives, which ANZ hobby shops support them best etc

 

Cheers

 

Caddo

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I’ve got a Mclaren F1 GTR body with a Plafit chassis just never finished it off.

 

The body is very robust and should handle slotcar racing easily.

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Cheers Vinno

 

I mightn't have been clear enough, I'm planning to run them as RC cars not slot cars, just using the slot car track as a racing platform.

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I have a silvia 4wd drift car. On a three lane 20 metre routed track it's very difficult to get a lap in, let alone race. I suspect you ned more width and less corners.

 

That said it is still good fun :)


My mum says I'm an excellent driver

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Cheers Vinno

 

I mightn't have been clear enough, I'm planning to run them as RC cars not slot cars, just using the slot car track as a racing platform.

 

I was excited until the RC word was used.

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