We were wondering if it's okay with you if we, the team, would also contribute to your wiki regarding Mini 4WDs. We've been setting up and researching mini 4wds since 1998 and have been continuously experimenting on chassis set ups, builds, and development. So far, we have a good library of knowledge to share to the wiki and would be more than happy to help you complete the list of kits as well as contribute pictures and documentations of the different chassis archetypes. That would include the F1 and TR-1 chassis. We may also begin contributing, with your permission, other brands and their equivalent chassis types when available; Auldey being one of them. I also noticed that you have some grammar lapses on certain articles as well. We'd be more than happy to do edits and allow the wiki to grow. We hope you consider our proposal to help.
Titans Test Team Philippines
We decided to make this account specifically to help you with this wiki so we hope you don't find it suspicious because it's new.
No problem! I was glad that you guys helping me to contributes this wiki. Yeah, I admit that I kinda have some grammar problems.
Regarding Mini 4WD cars from other brands such as Auldey, I think it is best not to lists them on the wiki as some of those companies have infringed IPs of both Tamiya and ShoPro. (ShoPro owns the manga and anime series that featuring Mini 4WD cars, minds you.)
Oh! This wiki isn't just for the cars, but the Grade-Up Parts for Mini 4WD cars as well.
Alright. We'll refrain from posting Auldey models. Though the idea was to originally just post their homegrown chassis and specifications. But, then again, you have a really good point about the infringements and the team wouldn't want the wiki itself to be in trouble. Should we have any chassis with other specifications which do not fall into the legal bucket, could we propose it to you first and have you approve the post before creating the article?
Of course, I am a founder and a admin, you should ask me first.
Anyway, I noticed that you misused the word 'cowl'. 'Cowl' means the frontal parts of the bodyshell. So as a reminder, you guys should correct those so it will not causing confusion for readers. (Tamiya's english website even list the upper parts of the minicar as 'bodyshell' instead of 'cowl'.).
Also, It should be note that some of the early Racing Mini 4WD cars are based on R/C buggies (Namely the Dragon series, Avante Jr. Hotshot Jr. etc.).
Got it. We'll calibrate and update the records to reflect Bodyshell instead.
We were aware that most kits were based off of the R/C Buggy models from 1983 to 1986. We're still looking into further researching about simulating the suspension systems from them onto mini 4wd designs though the placement causes awkward modifications or simply made it far too fragile. Anyway, I'll recheck the edits I did and ensure that it is calibrated with what you had said. Thanks for the reminder.