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Old 05-22-2011, 04:36 PM   #2686
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im down for a set!
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Old 05-22-2011, 06:40 PM   #2687
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Dude, you already know!! The one only person that could rival my 'anal-ness' is Chris Goetz.
that guy has an illness.

btw- these are awesome. ppd stuff is sweet in general.
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Old 05-22-2011, 07:47 PM   #2688
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Also down for a set, great work!
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Old 05-22-2011, 07:57 PM   #2689
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Standard machined billet finish looks just great to me. There are going to be a lot of people wanting to order up a set.
Ya but all work and no play makes dog a dull boy...soooo we'll see..

Getting a good process down, have a bunch to assemble tonight to go to Reedy then time for some Zeeeee's 10-12 hours days on the weekend getting this kicked off. The hard work is done, Zero set gages are done to assure factory 0 block setting. the 3mm long set screw is designed to be flush at zero if everything is perfect including screw length...coming out just as planned...

Couple of pics of progress.




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Old 05-22-2011, 08:05 PM   #2690
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Mate, they are simply awesome.. Good work..
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I must also say it is good work & innovative.

Wonder how could I get a set from you???
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Old 05-22-2011, 09:31 PM   #2692
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hi mate yeah they do work i've got them on mine so much better then tape.


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Vern, just thought I'd let you know that one of them sets in the picture belongs to me. OK?

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I would be interested in a set as well. Please pm me the info. Thanks.
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Old 05-23-2011, 06:53 AM   #2695
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+1... When you have these ready to sell to the public LMK, I am interested in a set. Also sent a PM to you stating as such
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Ya but all work and no play makes dog a dull boy...soooo we'll see..

Getting a good process down, have a bunch to assemble tonight to go to Reedy then time for some Zeeeee's 10-12 hours days on the weekend getting this kicked off. The hard work is done, Zero set gages are done to assure factory 0 block setting. the 3mm long set screw is designed to be flush at zero if everything is perfect including screw length...coming out just as planned...

Couple of pics of progress.




....back to work.
Do you have an estimate when you will have them ready for sale on your website yet? I will be ordering up a set as soon as they are ready!
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Old 05-23-2011, 09:06 AM   #2697
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Do you have an estimate when you will have them ready for sale on your website yet? I will be ordering up a set as soon as they are ready!
I'm getting a lot of PM's on this so I'll update the timeline.

We are doing more testing this week and later this week (likely weekend) I have about 15 sets more that I'll let go. First priority will be bona fide AE team members, then in order received. You may make the first group but I need to make sure our team guys get first pick as you likely understand. Next production run will be 2 weeks (possibly less) before I have more.

The PM's I've already gotten will go to top of the list..BUT. It's tough to track though PM so you'll need to re confirm thru email and I can track order and keep a list much easier.

Website will be updated this week for additional info. As time allows I may do a you tube video to show how quick and accurate these will adjust....seeing is believing.

Here is Email link....PLEASE include your RC Tech username so I can confirm you PM'ed me. I will know by your name or can easily find if your a priority team member.

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Just cut off the lower screw hole mount and sand to fit. Took about 5 min.



I used a Parma TC5 bumper up front. Use a sharp knife to cut out the recessed area for the transponder and taper the outside edges to fit under your body.

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I forgot to mention that my car is pretty balanced side to side. Without getting into the #'s, its just a 'tic-tac' heavier on the batt side. And with the car all suited n booted, it weighs in at 1345 grams. Here's pics (provided by the HTC Thunderbolt)....

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I forgot to mention that my car is pretty balanced side to side. Without getting into the #'s, its just a 'tic-tac' heavier on the batt side. And with the car all suited n booted, it weighs in at 1345 grams. Here's pics (provided by the HTC Thunderbolt)....

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Sweet ride JayBee. Most people notice the awesome wiring and paint jobs but not me.

I notice the digital calipers that tell me it's done right.
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