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Old 03-01-2012, 05:21 AM
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I'm thinking about getting a new RC car. Looking at ether the exceed RC mad speed drift rtr or the hpi sprint 2 rtr. What do you all think. Is exceed OK. They r really cheap. A friend just got one and it seams OK to me.
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Hi!

It seems that on the electric on-road car forum, people hardly answer or answer very slowly to compare the other forums.

Anyway, I have just found out your question. I have a HPI Sprint 2, and it is a very reliable and durable car. I run mine with my friend's Exceed RC street car. It is a kind of ok, but I think that HPI Sprint 2 is better one.

I think you cannot go wrong with the Exceed Mad Speed, but HPI offers better quality. Good luck!



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Old 03-05-2012, 07:28 PM
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Thanks. Ya thats what I've decided to do. I had a traxxas 4tec that I'm tired of rigging up cuz i can't find parts and the sprint looks like close to the same. And I like the gear differential on the sprint better then the ball diff on the traxxas. I'm just waiting for the one I want to get back in stock.
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