What on earth to get?
May 4, 2002 at 6:44 am #8855
Had a fair bit of a poke around these Bit Char G things but now I’m confused as all buggery… What on earth do I get? I’m assuming that if I buy this:
Then thats all I need to go nuts for a while? Urgh why must the japanese make everything so wierd
May 4, 2002 at 8:18 am #13294
The Loctite SE Skyline will definitely keep you busy. I hope you have some “wide open spaces” to run it, because it’s too fast to stay on a table. You might want to add a 1.0 engine to your order, just in case you need something a little more manageable.
P.S. Welcome to the Message Boards!
May 4, 2002 at 4:20 pm #13297
Personnally, I’d suggest the booster set. I like it better than my SE Skyline. But that’s just my opinion. Get one of these:
I also suggest either 35 or 45 MHz since some have problems with 27 and 57.
May 8, 2002 at 11:07 am #13413
what?!?! problems do the booster cars in the 27 and 57 mhz band have exactly?
i was planning to buy a 57mhz band but now im not too sure now
man, i made my decisionand everything, and it takes me forever because im so friggin undecisive….thanks alot ylexot
May 8, 2002 at 1:08 pm #13415KrayzieParticipant
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my 57 mhz seems fine just sometimes when I try turning left the wheel wont fully turn for some reason.. might have to pull it apart but it usually works fine
May 8, 2002 at 4:54 pm #13420
I got my Booster Car(35mhz) and controller yesturday. And I am not sure if it’s jsut mine that’s exibiting some quirkiness, but the “slow” speed is worse than a 1.0 motor…. it barely moves at all. (Tried bot ha 2.2 and a 3.0 motor) but with trubo down, runs just fine.
The controller is dead sexy. It puts me in the mind of the old Genesis and Snes type game pads. But man is the range terrible… it barely works 3ft past my feet.
Is it just me, or is anyone else noticing a large variance in quality control with these products?
I have had a bad motor(2.2) and varying performance between my cars… hmmm….
May 8, 2002 at 5:23 pm #13423
Oh sorry, the 27 and 57 MHz problems…
Some people have 57MHz cars that can be controlled with 27MHz controllers and some have reception problems with 27MHz. They all work, but I just think 35 and 45 are “safer” for a first car. Don’t want you getting all discouraged or disappointed if you have one of these problems.
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