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Old 12-19-2011, 06:43 PM   #1141
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Very odd. I have several drive-shafts. All with pins.
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Old 12-20-2011, 03:47 PM   #1142
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Sorry, P.I.M.P,
We should replace this part for you.
Please inform me the number of your order via PM or email.
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Sorry, P.I.M.P,
We should replace this part for you.
Please inform me the number of your order via PM or email.[/QUOTE]

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Old 12-21-2011, 10:02 AM   #1144
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Hello Oleg

Any news of my order...
thank you..
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Thanks you for addressing ..
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Old 12-21-2011, 11:31 AM   #1146
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Just ordered my kit! Can't wait to build/try it out!
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Old 12-21-2011, 12:52 PM   #1147
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Man I would love to drive this car but a 1000.00 price tag and low parts support is the deal breaker, the inovation in this car is just the best and from the videos i have seen it just looks like the old TC3 in performance and I think that was the best TC ever made . I will try to find one of these cars next year on the FS boards, or go back to Tamiya. TC is on a comeback in our area during the summer outdoors, can wait to do some real racing. but I do have to say this is one of the sickest TC on the market I hope more companies go back to shaft drive
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Old 12-21-2011, 12:55 PM   #1148
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Just to clarify, the current price of the chassis kit is $818. US dollars.

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Old 12-21-2011, 01:12 PM   #1149
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Just to clarify, the current price of the chassis kit is $818. US dollars.

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818 or 1000.00 the price is to much for me, I will hope someone is getting rid of theirs and I will get a good deal but for now I will have to go with a 417X.
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Old 12-21-2011, 03:21 PM   #1150
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I dont really see price tag very high, the car is 490 and its fully aluminium parts.

If you compare to the likes of Xray then there car is 375 and does not have Ecs driveshafts and comes with plastic shocks, plastic spool outdrives, plastic hubs, no spring kit plastic lipo holders, This would easily overtake the price tag.

Just my thoughts on this matter everyone keeps bringing up.
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I dont really see price tag very high, the car is 490 and its fully aluminium parts.
Where from? what about import tax, bank transfer fees.

If your getting them for 490 I suggest you order 10 and put them on fleabay

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I dont really see price tag very high, the car is 490 and its fully aluminium parts.

If you compare to the likes of Xray then there car is 375 and does not have Ecs driveshafts and comes with plastic shocks, plastic spool outdrives, plastic hubs, no spring kit plastic lipo holders, This would easily overtake the price tag.

Just my thoughts on this matter everyone keeps bringing up.
Yes the deal is not so bad if you are in Europe. If you transfer in Euro the receiving fee is zero so bank charges are reduced. If you order in dollars you get charged at both ends. In my case I paid no import duty whatsoever, and as abe-racing has said its fully hopped up right out the box.

Xray 375+ ECS 70+ shocks 60 =505 ...

Parts support has not been poor at all, but not so quick due to bank transfer times. Once the payment is authorised the parts were here in the UK from Taiwan in 3 days.

For sure its not as easy to run as an Xray or Tamiya.. I have an Xray and it is a brilliant car, I absolutely love it. I also like to try something less conventional, the A700, I like it also.

Its personal choice what car you run..Personally I am glad there is someone out there to challenge the norm, great innovation !
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Where from? what about import tax, bank transfer fees.

If your getting them for 490 I suggest you order 10 and put them on fleabay

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From Awesomatix shop, I paid 10 bank transfer with natwest and 23 to UK customs!!
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From Awesomatix shop, I paid 10 bank transfer with natwest and 23 to UK customs!!
So 523 then?
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yeah about that
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