Chad Bradley Weighs In On The World Champ – Mugen MBX7

December 28th, 2012
A Main Hobbies team racer Chad Bradley has over a decade of nitro 1/8-scale racing experience. Chad is one of the pioneer pro 1/8-scale racers with several accolades to his cred. Many may not know this, but he was instrumental in helping Pro-Line develop and test several different 1/8-scale buggy and truggy tires over the years. His knowledge of set-up and vast experience have also allowed him to lead many trends witnessed at the racetrack. Since Chad has been a longtime Mugen racer, and one of the few given the opportunity to race the new Mugen MBX7 at the World Championships, we asked him to give us his thoughts on the new ride. To see more about the Mugen MBX7 click here.
“The very first day while driving the new Mugen MBX-7, I noticed that the corner speed and free roll around the track had been improved over the previous buggy.  
 
The MBX-7 shares the great quality of parts as the previous models, things like long-lasting high strength plastics and high-grade alloys makes the MBX-7 a world class contender.
 
Right out of the gate the Mugen MBX-7 won the most prestigious race possible, the 2012 Ifmar World Championships in Buenos Aires Argentina, this wasn’t too surprising to me, knowing that the Mugen models in the past have been some of the most consistent, easiest to drive and strongest race cars out there.” — Chad Bradley A Main Hobbies Racer 

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