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PostPosted: Fri Oct 14, 2005 08:23:36 
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Just a big heads up for all of this nonsense of ''its the very first nitro 1:18th micro''

The real first 1:18th scale nitro was made And mass produced by HPI Racing

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The price was about $175.00

there were Two different style bodies made for the rc
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the current manufacturing rc status of this is Discontinued.

all offical information can be found on HPI`s website Here:
http://www.hpiracing.com/kits/heritage/nm-m.htm

As for a 2nd mini nitro, everybody shoul;d allready be well aware of the nitro mini buggy, but its not 1:18th and is 1:16ths, and it was enlisted as an offical product 3 days befor the nitro x-ray was.


Therefore. All Titleing rights to being claimable as the first nitro mini, nitro 1:18, or nitro 1:18th onroad, or even mass produced, are all fradulent.

Thank you, And have a good day.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 14, 2005 09:50:12 
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The car for which you have provided the link is something completely different, it is a larger scale, not 1/18. XRAY has introduced the worlds first 1/18 Nitro Micro Car 4WD.


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is that very important for first or not?
i'm much interested in it's layout...spec.....price...


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Adam, you should verify your information first before making any bold statements. It is even written on the page to which you provide the link that the car you mention has a length of 305mm.


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i dont think so....last time i talked to HPI about the manufacturing of the item he clearly stated it to be a 1:18th nitro...but anyways, if i was wrong then forgive me, i was simply misinformed by HPI Racing.

and to whoever was in my forum and whatnot posting this into the general section, i thank you for informing me about this, but for being so rude, you have been ip banned.

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the HPI definitely is not 1/18th scale model.

the HPI nitro is MINI, not MICRO size - mini is something around 1/12 - just about the size of Xray T1M


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that HPI WAS 1:12 scale not 1:18


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i dont think so....last time i talked to HPI about the manufacturing of the item he clearly stated it to be a 1:18th nitro...but anyways, if i was wrong then forgive me, i was simply misinformed by HPI Racing.

and to whoever was in my forum and whatnot posting this into the general section, i thank you for informing me about this, but for being so rude, you have been ip banned.

Thank you, And have a good day.


Not a problem for anybody here, anybody can make a mistake or have wrong information. I am happy that you have now the correct information and know the facts. If you will have any further questions do not hesitate to ask, this community is very helpful and will be more than glad to answer any other questions.


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As this issue was cleared and settled I do not think there is reason for any more discussion therefore this thread is being closed. Any other questions can be posted to the general thread.


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