Quite simply, the cars are built with low quality parts (cheezy screws into
soft plastic; I am quite mechanicaly inclined and even I stripped out many
***holes), and the cars lack many adjustments.
They do seem to be quite a good value on paper (hence the reason I was duped
into getting one), however once you've got one on the track, the reason for the
low cost redialy becomes apparent.
TTTTT OO M M The sixth sick shiek's sixth sheep's sick. |~~~|
T O O M M M So if it is in it or if it is on it, it is *
T OO M M as it is, be it in it or on it. `-'
Read the reviews, ask people's opinions of Ofna. Their kits are impressive
on paper, but when parts don't fit together without some slight
"refinishing", it starts wearing down your nerves.
Ofnas are perfectly okay for those who are willing to put up with the
hassles of owning an Ofna. But I spend enough time already just maintaining
a car that was designed well to begin with.
I don't hate Ofna, I just don't like them.
Lee Cao - www.leecao.com