Reviews for Mugen Seiki MBX7 ECO M-Spec 1/8 Electric Off-Road Competition Race Roller Buggy [MUGE2010]

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Brad in Texas
Verified Owner
Sunday, Dec 22 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Mugen Seiki MBX7 ECO M-Spec 1/8 Electric Off-Road Competition Race Roller Buggy
Bought this last week and am pretty happy with it, overall. The assembly is good for pre-built kits, you just need to loctite the normal stuff, adjust ride-heights, cambers and such, but no glaring mistakes or low-quality built junk. It looks to be the same quality of parts of my MBX7 nitro machine, which are great. It needs the normal setup work done for your track of course, but nothing glaring.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The MAJOR downfall to me, and the reason I didn't give it five stars is.............the included body is supposed to be for the nitro buggy, and doesn't fit worth a crap if you are running 4S batteries! For the price of this 'kit', you would think that they could AT LEAST include a body that will work like it's supposed to, rather than just throwing on something that looks good for the pics with no components in the chassis. Very lame!!! Not happy about that at all.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~If you buy this, and intend to use the stock body with 4s batts, be prepared to have to do some very time consuming body work to try and even be able to use it. :( Other than that, no real complaints from me.
randy schroeder
Friday, Aug 15 2014 (about 2 years ago)
Mugen Seiki MBX7 ECO M-Spec 1/8 Electric Off-Road Competition Race Roller Buggy
If you want a smooth, fast , easy to handle buggy this is the buggy for you. the only issue is that when you get the buggy you have to go and lock tight all the screws from metal 2 metal. The buggy will soak up the bumps 2nd to none and is my favorite buggy so far and I had them all. 3.0E, tekno, Jq, and the Mp9 tki2. Team Mugen #1
Luke Steele
Tuesday, Sep 2 2014 (about a year ago)
Mugen Seiki MBX7 ECO M-Spec 1/8 Electric Off-Road Competition Race Roller Buggy
This Buggy is Awsome!!!! Dont be afraid to try this guy out. You do need to locktight any metal on metal parts but other than that setup to race.
Cpl. Smitty
Saturday, Aug 30 2014 (about a year ago)
Mugen Seiki MBX7 ECO M-Spec 1/8 Electric Off-Road Competition Race Roller Buggy
4s lipos fit fine so maybe they changed the body. I've used (2) 2s packs and now run ROAR 4s bricks and I even have room to strap the lipo wire on top of battery. Many agree that the pistons need more pack as I agree and was slapping a lot very easily. I put a calliper on it and it's spec'ed tight and built right. Went to 6x1.25 (from 5x1.35) pistons, 7k in center, loc her in blue, dipped her in green and she ran tight with lots of grip running Big Blox X3. If she burns down Sunday, I'd order another on Monday. Awesome car and hope to build a Mugen Truggy next!