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ptcruiser43
2005.05.26, 11:05 AM
i was looking at mini-z's on google.ca and i founds this website called www.atomicmods.com they have sweet part that can make ur mini-z go up 2 50 mph and they have lithium cells you shouls check it out???

Ninja
2005.05.26, 12:03 PM
lithiums have been discussed here on the forums many times, alot of people like them, alot of people dont. they are too unreliable

gulfclk
2005.05.26, 02:40 PM
i was looking at mini-z's on google.ca and i founds this website called www.atomicmods.com they have sweet part that can make ur mini-z go up 2 50 mph and they have lithium cells you shouls check it out???
yeah, do business with that guy ... too expensive and very unfriendly!

trickedoutrsx09
2005.05.28, 11:08 AM
did you say 250 or 25 ? cause there isnt an mini-z out there that can do 250. but i do bisiness with him and he is very good he is very responsive. but ive know about that for a long time. i have a mzm that has the lithium ion cells and an xmod with 4 lithium cells. but i like them.

docsavage
2005.05.30, 08:23 AM
Regardless of how unlikely this may seem, with the right gearing, and weight distribution, I would imagine 200+mph would be possible. But a 200+mph miniz would be unrecognizable to any of us. It would take extreme modification, to chassis, body, tires, bearings, motor, and the initial drivetrain would be unreal. And where the hell would you run it? It would take a long stretch to get a steep gearing like that up to speed. The surface would have to be smooth as glass. BONNEVILLE? The easiest solution to the surface would be a 12degree metal channel to run the car inside, with a radius of perhaps 50feet? The outside rail would be laminated with teflon, to reduce friction.

I admit I find this highly unlikely, but possible, given enough time and money.

williams F1#3
2005.05.30, 10:35 AM
There also aerodynamicly limited....
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/K-12/airplane/bga.html

mellanger19
2005.05.30, 08:16 PM
Regardless of how unlikely this may seem, with the right gearing, and weight distribution, I would imagine 200+mph would be possible. But a 200+mph miniz would be unrecognizable to any of us. It would take extreme modification, to chassis, body, tires, bearings, motor, and the initial drivetrain would be unreal. And where the hell would you run it? It would take a long stretch to get a steep gearing like that up to speed. The surface would have to be smooth as glass. BONNEVILLE? The easiest solution to the surface would be a 12degree metal channel to run the car inside, with a radius of perhaps 50feet? The outside rail would be laminated with teflon, to reduce friction.

I admit I find this highly unlikely, but possible, given enough time and money.

ya, im not sure you'd be able to do that, 200mph seems a bit excessive, a 100mph mini-z would be just fine for me :D