I like the fact that the scout shop supports the scouts.
And in a race that is won or lost by thousandths of a second - why take chances?
I can't help but think that the metal in the axles may not be as strong and bend a bit while racing. It is tempting since they don't need the burs removed, but I am staying with the proven winner.
About the only piece of the Revell kit I consider is the wedge wood block. The wood seems harder. But I need compare the tolerances against the scout version. But even if I use the block the wheels and axles get tossed in a box and I buy a few tubes of wheels from the Scout shop. That is also where I get the weights and tools.
Last Edit: Mar 31, 2017 11:35:49 GMT -6 by ziggydude