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Old 02-06-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default HPI Micro RS-4's

Bought these off Fle-Bay for me and the son to have something to do in-doors when the weather is bad. We are lucky enough to have a great-room that is 30 x 40 with wood floors and all the furniture is on felt-pads and can be slid out of the way easyly.

The blue Nissan Skyline I bought for 73.00 less radio with "Big-Block" motor and Losi ESC.
The Vette was RTR for 83.00 stock.
We cannot make these things hook-up on foam tires. The Nissan on the straights is tottaly un-controllable and acts like you put a 200 H.P shot of NOS to it......The Vette is a little more calmer, but WFO...both are let's say, very loose.........I've back-off the diffs as much as possible.
What tires do we need to get some more grip??? I'd guess some rubber ones???
They are fun tho, on a 6v battery they will run for almost an hour. I cannot imagine what they will do on 7.2.


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Old 02-07-2012, 09:03 PM   #2
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Default Re: HPI Micro RS-4's

I have a few also. They rubber tires are best, but impossible to find anymore. If you do find them buy them.

Are you running on carpet?

The micro rs4 is a dying car. Noone really runs them anymore.

Im the guy that ran up the bid on those two cars. Sorry.
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Old 02-09-2012, 11:39 AM   #3
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Ive got the BMW M3 one. Rubber tires are best for wood or linoleum. Ive only driven mine a hand full of times. Its hard to find a good place for them because of the size.
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Old 02-09-2012, 07:42 PM   #4
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Had a Micro RS4 over the summer that I bought from a friend. Had high hopes of using it as a drifter, but it was too small and WAY, WAY, WAY too overpowered. My buddy had put a Dynamite C4 9200KV brushless and Mamba 25 in it. You could just barely touch the throttle and it would spin violently...even with throttle turned down to 20% on the radio. If I could have ever gotten it to actually hook up, it would have been a 40-50 mph car.

I agree with seabeejeep, though. The Micro RS4 is a dying platform and parts are becoming almost non-existent. When I first got mine, one of the front axles was shredded (wonder why) and I wanted to upgrade the diffs at the same time. Took me quite a while to find a place that actually had parts in stock.
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Old 02-12-2012, 01:17 PM   #5
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I tried racing one and once you get it to hook up it sheds the rims off of their hub system.. Keep them as stock or lose as possible.
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