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bmmcwhirt
2016.03.04, 01:16 PM
I'm pretty sure I've decided to get the MA-020VE (brushless)(ASF), but I cannot find a U.S. retailer with it in stock and in a RTR/ReadySet and even those that only have the chassis do not have any radios that will work with them.


I'm also having an issue finding a reliable list of parts, accessories and hop-ups that are compatible with this chassis.

cowboysir
2016.03.04, 03:46 PM
kenon has chassis sets and the EX6 arrives end march

If you insist on US retailers then that might be your only option at this point.

The MA020 has limited options for hop ups. there are some threads around here discussing the merits of some of the alloy options.

bmmcwhirt
2016.03.04, 03:55 PM
kenon has chassis sets and the EX6 arrives end march

If you insist on US retailers then that might be your only option at this point.

The MA020 has limited options for hop ups. there are some threads around here discussing the merits of some of the alloy options.

My goal is to eventually have an MA-020 and an MR-03 but I defiantly want brushless for both and would like to be able to use the same radio for both cars. I know Kenon is closed till the 16th so I may have to just wait ant talk to them, but I'm trying to read up on everything and with so many models and things, coming this late in the game it tends to get overwhelming and confusing.

I'm fully open to any suggestions or advice. My boss and a friend of his are considering opening a RC can and quad race arena and I'm pushing for the 1/27 scale stuff as my 1/10 traxxas is just far more expensive to maintain. Not that the Mini-z are cheap but compared to how much parts are for 1/10, and how much stuff you have to carry in a track back, the 1/27 just looks like it's going to be more fun and far less weight to lug around. Batteries alone are infinitely cheaper for 1/27.

mleemor60
2016.03.04, 04:22 PM
The first place to look is at the top of the page. Click on the "shop" tab and start your search. Tiny RC is our forum benefactor and should likely be your first place to shop.

bmmcwhirt
2016.03.04, 04:31 PM
The first place to look is at the top of the page. Click on the "shop" tab and start your search. Tiny RC is our forum benefactor and should likely be your first place to shop.

It was my first stop, every car I looked at is out of stock. They have non-brushless cars in stock though. All the transmitters are out of stock.