View Full Version : RazR 4wd brushless thing

2008.06.09, 03:39 PM
dunno if anyone noticed this before,its a bit pricey though:eek:

e bay number 330243056375 brushless 1/24 awd

2008.06.09, 05:20 PM
OMG!!! Looks very interesting. That was the car everyone was going crazy over in that toy fair.

I love the design. Looks very reliable. Looks like a pro Z. And is that motor a hacker?????????:eek: lol


2008.06.09, 05:26 PM
Wow... Very nice... Finally a Semi-Available Pro-Z 4wd variant. lol
BTW that motor isint a Hacker.
Here is their website... http://www.modellfun.com/b2b/products/razr28t.php

2008.06.09, 05:26 PM
I've just had a quick glance. Are those Mini Z Compatible parts??

2008.06.10, 04:26 AM
I see many exclusive and non mini-Z compatible parts but great discovery mate...

I think maybe the differentials and drive-shafts could be compatible.

Cant be adjusted the wheel base...?
I need more pics/info about it please....

Not a cheap toy... 8-|

2008.11.17, 10:15 AM
Hello, yes this thing looks awesome, so i also think it is. I found a new vid on youtube about,, it seams to be a comercial ,, but ist cool. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7le0NIb_IPU ive already orderd one.. ;-)

2009.01.13, 11:56 AM
Hey there miniracefreak, have you gotten your chassis yet? Please give us a review on what you think of it. Is it a kit that you build, an RTR, or what? Some of those alloy parts look like MA010 parts.

Red Team
2009.01.14, 09:31 AM
I've seen one performing for few minutes back on 20th of December. Actually I drove it for few laps, without a body. This thing it's really fast and quite instable. Ok, I admit, the carpet was very dusty and the CG it's high. The thing I don't like much driving the 4wd cars, but this chasiss it's a beauty and the quality of the materials and of the car as a whole, it's well above my expectations. Though, pretty expensive.

As far as I know, you can buy it both, kit or RTR and doesn't seems that many MA010 parts fits this one.

2009.11.24, 03:39 AM
i know its old but we got some in,


build quality isn't the best(comes rtr)but the concept is cool.
ive rebuilt it using a few normal ma-010 parts

2009.11.24, 03:40 AM
ok after LOADS of pissing around,its drivable :)
and way too fast,reminds me of my first lithium/handwound motor xmod!


atm front/rear tar diffs
pn pinion
atm knuckle bearings(the originals dont have any shields
kyosho radials
futaba servo
spektrum micro reciever
all the balls needed to be polished to free them up

i also tried fitting a normal 130 size motor,it will go in if you notch the bottom of the servo and trim the pinion shorter,spinner and aaa pack will be tested next and used till i get the handling figured out :o

2009.11.24, 03:42 AM
http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o130/mk2kompressor/th_IMG_0158.jpg (http://s119.photobucket.com/albums/o130/mk2kompressor/?action=view&current=IMG_0158.flv)

no body and poo quality :o

2009.11.24, 04:39 AM
holy crap that thing is fast, but looks awesome :D
what's the red light by the way? just on the board?

2009.11.24, 06:13 AM
wow that is amazing i might have to get one.

2009.11.24, 07:44 AM
what size wheelbase are they and can they be equipped with mini-z bodies (with modification as those sticks will go through the body!)

2009.11.24, 07:47 AM
its the light on the reciever.

94mm bodies only,has to be wide(like a 350z ect)

2009.11.24, 08:25 AM
That is insanely fast! What kind of cells were you using in the vid?

2009.11.24, 08:54 AM
the lipo pack that came with it,2c 7.2v:)
we are looking at making a AAA brushed version though

2009.11.24, 09:22 AM
Was guessing Lipos. The AAA pack might make it more drivable. Looks like a blast :)

2009.11.24, 10:07 AM
so why would they make it so it only accepts wide bodies

2009.11.24, 12:51 PM
anything narrow will roll even worse on corners,that and the lipo pushes the width of the chassis out a bit:)

2009.12.29, 08:03 AM
overall what is your opinion about it? is it worth it?

I'm thinking of getting one for drifting plans :D

2009.12.29, 08:51 AM
i dont think it will drift well,unfortunately out of the box its not that good:(
as you can see from the last lot of pics we ended up changing most of the factory parts with aftermarket stuff (the supplied diffs dont even work)
ive spent more time getting it to handle than any other chassis of this type:rolleyes:

we are working on what parts work at the moment,to try and get a build it yourself chassis package together:)

2009.12.29, 06:24 PM
thanks for the info... I hope you could also post your list of "what works" and "what don't work" for the RazR...