I now have one MicroSizer (Bit-Char-G), one ZipZap, and
one Bit-CharA 'Precious'.
Let me tell you to avoid the Bit-CharA. I could not get it to go straight,
and it is the cheapest of the bunch as it is a true knock-off of the Bit-CharG.
However, if you must get a fast stock drag racer, the Bit-CharA seems to be
faster than the stock Bit-CharG and absolutely blows away the stock zipzap.
I don't know about the newer RatShak offerings though.
|"Little Bit," MicroSizers/BitChar-G Red 27MHz "3rd Generation" Mazda RX7
It's stock, unfortunately :(
2.2(x104 RPM) Motor
50mA*H NiCd Battery
Smooth rubber slicks
Pending Mod list:120mA*H NiMH Battery
2.6-3.8(x104 RPM) Motor
Now In my garage:Microsizer/BitCharG Red Mazda RX7 3G (pictured)
Zip Zap Yellow Ford Mustang Cobra
BitCharA White Subaru Impreza STi (ugh... not AWD)
The pictured MicroSizers Impreza WRX is not in my garage anymore, I gave it away.
MPEG/AVIs! encoded with libavcodec (Tested on mplayer(Linux) and
Windows Media Player under Windows XP with DivX;-) 4 codec)
Most are around 140-200Kbytes and less than 15 seconds.
See the Gallery for a tiny replica of my full size Impreza!
Bit Char-G "Bit Dra-G" Drag Racing Rules [http://tinyrc.com/articles/bitdra-g/bitdra-g.pdf]