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Old 08-28-2008, 10:18 PM   #46
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I have seen a couple of their products up close and they are selling quality merchandise, just would be nice to get the stuff! Hopefully supply problems will be fixed.

I would be interested in knowing what the prices are for the servos (nice specs too!)?

The tires are very nice looking as the wheels are too!
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Old 08-28-2008, 10:28 PM   #47
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635oz of torque something is not right there! Musta been lost in the conversion.
dear sir its updated to oz/inch as well and also i will upload photos of the internals by monday 100% so you can see the gearing etc etc all quality .No plastic gears at all Spline is aluminum and the rest Hardened steel brass coated .

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You are correct it cm's not inchs over this part of the world its cm's not inchs the only place on earth that has inchs is the united states thats all .

Yes and we Like it That way!!!!! Americans are too damn lazy to learn a whole new measuring system, and not afraid to tell others if they don't like it they can stay in their own damn country!
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YEAH! Cause like the metric system is way toooo easy and makes sence and stuff... Thats why europeans and asians use it... Yeah!
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YEAH! Cause like the metric system is way toooo easy and makes sence and stuff... Thats why europeans and asians use it... Yeah!

Yeah they also use front wheel drive, fuel efficient four (4) cylinder vehicles. Damn goofy europeans.
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Old 08-28-2008, 11:31 PM   #51
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Yeah they also use front wheel drive, fuel efficient four (4) cylinder vehicles. Damn goofy europeans.
A buncha freaks if you ask me!
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Hahaha... i love differances in culture and the arguments they cause... I have spent around two years total in the states, and frankly i can not be bothered with the crazy change situation. I get that a Dime is 10 cents, and a quarter is 25 and a thingy is 5 cents.
Anyway, the answer is to never actually work it out and just put change in your pocket and just break notes instead of trying to math(s) with numbers too small to read... throw it in a pot every night then get an american child to count it for you at a later date then bank it for notes. He/she earns some sweets (Candy) and you save a bunch of hassle.
I also took a while because NO ONE TELLS YOU THIS BECAUSE IT IS TAKEN AS READ to figure EVERY time you dial to a new area code you have to put a 1 in front of the area code. I still don't know why.
I also wonder why adverts for cars rave about getting 35 MPG as if it's a great selling point...

Then i love $100 bills, being able to get a cup of coffee in the evening, root beer, RC car tracks with more than one jump and that have floodlights in the evening, freezers with ice dispensers pretty much as standard, and sales tax well below the crazy 17.5 percent in the UK... although not having to stand there and add sales tax to the price on the ticket is no fun... and a public health system here would be nice... and less people shooting each other down the street.


Back on topic... i would never go back to less than 13kg on a steering servo. 18 sounds good in a buggy as well.
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Yes and we Like it That way!!!!! Americans are too damn lazy to learn a whole new measuring system, and not afraid to tell others if they don't like it they can stay in their own damn country!
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I'm a businessman by trade and I gotta say don't take it so damn personal. Your trying to do business in the US and we are funny just like every other damn country out there and I have been to many. Have you heard the saying when in Rome do as the Romans do. I can't see taking an attitude other than the customer is always right approach. I would refraim from being condesending in my replies when I am trying to sale someone something.

"by the way ounce is not standard by any means .the kg and the metric is what is standard world wide apart from the states ."

We Americans quite frankly don't give a sh*t how anybody else does it were proud like that. Just as Japanese, Chinese, English, Ausies and insert you nation here are. So just make your US site and sales tailored for the way we like it and don't remind us that we do it so a$$ backward from everyone else. Keep those things in mind when you are doing business and you will have the same chance of prospering as every other upstart company. The odds are already against you i.e. most new companies fail don't do things to increase your odds of failure!

With all that said if you got a good product at a good price I am interested. But don't act like your doing me a favor cause it's the other way around!
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Vla charlotte nc is were team cobra usa is based what is you real name.
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Vla charlotte nc is were team cobra usa is based what is you real name.

Vlad he is soooo calling you out dude!

"you think you can take me" you need a phuckin army to take me"

or 1 guy who shoots me in the back with a shotgun at point blank range!
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Vlad he is soooo calling you out dude!

"you think you can take me" you need a phuckin army to take me"

or 1 guy who shoots me in the back with a shotgun at point blank range!
you really need to get a life
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Vla charlotte nc is were team cobra usa is based what is you real name.
My gov't name is Tracy.
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Cobraracing needs some salesmen that know how
to sell there products to the American people.
The way they are trying to market there products
just don't cut it over here in the U.S.. So far, from
what I have seen, the cobra staff couldn't sell a
hooker at a lumberjack convention.
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You people are a peice if work. If you dont have anything worth saying go away. I own the cobra office here and we are doing just well without a bunch of smartasses with nothing better to do than bitch about everything on the internet.

what tracks do you race at here in charlotte love to meet you in person and show you some of our products. We have several drivers racing in the area ask them to show you our product.
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You people are a peice if work. If you dont have anything worth saying go away. I own the cobra office here and we are doing just well without a bunch of smartasses with nothing better to do than bitch about everything on the internet.

what tracks do you race at here in charlotte love to meet you in person and show you some of our products. We have several drivers racing in the area ask them to show you our product.
Don't react to the bashers, its what they want... just market your product without being pushy and if the product is as good as you say it will sell it self.
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