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Kyosho Mini-Z Monster

Friday 26 September 2008

G-Rating

Rating of 5

The basics

The ultimate mini monster truck, perfect for indoor big-wheelin' and outdoor insanity. Fast, powerful and unapologetically fun!
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User comments (19)

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JPalmer

How much do these usually cost?

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madison

Is this a self build or do,s it come pre made?

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Ozskiboi

£130 ish and its ready built with transmitter. look up Kyosho.com

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Andrew Cheetham

A big consideration for this is that it only uses AA batteries so a rechargeable lithium option isn't really available, newer high capacity nimh might be ok as they don't have a memory effect these days and provide some 2800mah. Would be useful to see the runtimes on nimh, its not gonna be that great if you can only use it for ten minutes and then have to wait 24hrs to charge ur batteries... c'mon we need details Gadgetshow!

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paul jones

the running time is huge!!...i have had one for two years now...and the batteries last an age.... i will try do an experiment this weekend on fresh and see what happens... hugh fun though...and the ground clearance really helps in doors...if your ingenous you can make some great assualt courses...and while away the hours practicing your skill...lol wasnt sure as was £130 when i got mine...but looking back with enjoyment i have had £130 seems none too bad..... i have a larger RC car but never really find time to find a space big enough to enjoy it....

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JoeBlack666

traxxas mini revo is best

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gadgetman113

£130 is tooo mucch!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MAN!!!!!!!

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jammie111111111

how fast do think it wil go

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Anonymous

I am looking for an rc car, what do people recommend?

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ravinde3r

i got a A-tech leox its good to have fun but i only got it for about 20 pounds and i'm only going to keep it for 2-3 years then but a good 1

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jman213

£130 is mental for a remote control cars anything above £60 has to be mentaly fast or petrol powered

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Daniel

if you want a midrange small rc car then go for the maverick atom. it comes in two differant versions truck and buggy costs £70 and is perfect for racing other 1:18 scale cars. it will do 20mph and pops wheelies

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monkeyman

how much do these cost? cause people have said £130 but its a midrange model and the luxury one (Tamiya Lunchbox) only cost £90..? also where can you buy them from?

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DOM

was hoping there would be some drifting pro or some dirt buggys (electric/nitro)...shame i have an important question tho ;how do i get tickets 4 gadget show live?? o and i have an idea why isent there a G-show broshure if there is im shocked i diddent know ..plz please email me back!!!!

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zac

how fast is it top speed

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Anonymous

who really has 130 quid 2 spend on remote controlled cars though! I think it's 2 much

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