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Old 12-10-2008, 02:30 PM   #46
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WOW..THIS THREAD IS TORTURE.

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WOW..THIS THREAD IS TORTURE.



Now THAT'S funny!!!!
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I THINK THE GENERAL OWN'S STOCK IN CASTER AND THIS IS A PLUBBLICITY STUNT FOR THIER NEW RIDES
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no im just trying to right my wrong
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that is just ridiculous dude c'mon, RC gangsters!! LMAO. "Mama Said Knock You Out!" The "Crip" Casters from the Hood.

My bad, couldn't resist!
its cool, im by la on a a.f. base and i see alot of that ganster stuff so that is the closest thing i could think of at the time lol. i thought it got the point out there though?
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Why is this thread still going it is a joke and a waste on time reading. Sounds like the kind of talk you would hear in a Womens bathroom LOL this thread should DIE!!!
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I've said all that I have to say.
theres no way you said all you have to say
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By posting in this thread, you let him win. He achieves the end result that he's looking for.
thats the pot callin the kettle black


Don't do it.
thats the pot callin the kettle black

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Dear "thegeneral" First off, I would love to first say that this is Mike Mazza and there is no reason to paraphrase or change wording or whatever you choose to do. Here is the direct comment directly from the owner (me).

1.) "Team Driver" I have posted it here several times that I need team drivers to tell us what is wrong with our products to make them better. That is the goal, that is the intent, that is the purpose. Of course, a person can actually win races with our products as I have seen the results worldwide. For being a guinea pig, said team drivers get to say they are sponsored if they choose, otherwise they get products at my cost to help us make products better for the end customer that pays retail. We need to know things like temperature, driver ability, mechanical aptitude, etc....and how it effects our products.

For the record, we have several drivers who have never had a diff failure and have driven countless hours on them. We also have some who just throw down on the track with not even taking them apart and heating up the diff cups, warping them, and then the gears get out of mesh and break. Some drivers are in between. This was also a problem that I believe 2 major manufacturers have had in the past. People who know their history know who I am talking about.

What is nice about our team driver master plan is that I have 50 guys right now on the tracks, reporting back, and having the freedom to solve any potential issues AND the best part is that they go to my forum page and discuss problems and solutions. What is nice is when a hobby store calls and says a customer has a problem, we can say, go to the forums, here is the solution that our team drivers found. If we weren't done redoing the truggy, we would have the diff problem solved now thanks to a few of the team drivers including Chris. It took about a month to come up with 2 completely different solutions.

For the record, the goal of the team member is to figure out a way to solve the problem. I have some looking at using buggy parts, some looking at gear conversions, and some who like yourself, like to whine and cry. Our products are as good as anyone elses and they are not quite as expensive. If all someone can say is that we have diff problems with the version 2 truggy then so be it. The new one will have all new gearing from the fusion and we will have a package deal to upconvert the version 2 truggies to the new one, or they can just buy a new one and use a lot of parts from the old one as spares. Either way, we stand behind our team drivers.

For the record, I do not condone what Shane and Chris are doing, but your attacks against my company are pointless and baseless and it actually might affect potential sales to customers and more importantly hobby stores.

For the record, Chris Figueroa is not our team manager, but he does sell our products through holeshot hobbies and he is a team driver. He has helped solve several problems from version 1 to version 2 and is trying to solve the truggy problem even though it is a moot point. As far as I am concerned, he is a perfect team driver for what we want a team driver to be. If I remember correctly, when you were breaking carbon fiber parts on your "insert name brand here", he offered you a Caster buggy to drive and I believe there is even a post here on it where you thanked him and wanted me to know about it. I am not sure what has happened since that thread that would make you do a 180, especially since you are not a Caster customer or team driver, but I remember and others remember, and it makes you look unprofessional and quite possibly schitzophrenic. I know that up here in Iowa, there is no way we did anything to you or against you, so I am still trying to understand what your intent is other than to badmouth our customers.

For the record, I have admitted every problem Caster has ever had freely and openly here and everywhere over time and stated that we want to fix our products flaws and make them better. I think with the new 1.5 series, ALL problems we have ever had are solved including diff problems. Maybe there will be new ones, maybe we will have achieved the pinnacle and made the perfect 1/8 scale products. I doubt it, but we keep improving and we keep trying. I am proud to say the problems we have because I want customers to know we do not hide things and when we solve them, we let everyone know the solution.

For the record, every other manufacturer has problems, if not more, and I do keep track of it. NO manufacturer is perfect, but it seems like once again, everyone except us gets a free pass.

By the way, there is a reason why we went away from carbon fiber....It looks awesome, but did you like spending your hard earned money on YOUR buggy? I am pretty sure that even at retail, my guys have spent less than you on replacement parts. Maybe that is your real problem with Caster?

There is a saying of "do not argue with an idiot" and I feel that comment might apply here. Not implying that you are an idiot, I just do not want myself, my team, or my company being viewed as the other one.
this is to let the general know how stupid he is ...and make him read about it again

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Since "thegeneral" has posted on other forums his intention to post all negative team driver commments he can, I recommend everyone Just use the "Report" function and let the forum owners take care of his behavior from now on.
this will be the best post in the thread
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I THINK THE GENERAL OWN'S STOCK IN CASTER AND THIS IS A PLUBBLICITY STUNT FOR THIER NEW RIDES
Ya this thread makes me want to run right out and buy a Caster RC
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Why is this thread still going it is a joke and a waste on time reading. Sounds like the kind of talk you would hear in a Womens bathroom LOL this thread should DIE!!!
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:10 PM   #57
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We can some up this thread in two links:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUzNdB8FFfE

and the definition here:

http://www.articlealley.com/article_16963_35.html

theGeneral, you're going to have to accept the fact that skeller is tapping it better than you ever did.

NUFF Said!
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:14 PM   #58
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I want to wear my bedroom slippers to the track but my friend "Grouchy" won't go for it.I am a really aggressive driver and have some stability issues,however I could show up at some races and wear a cape if I could get some help.I am installing some small subs and a micro amplifier in my Fleetwood Brougham. It started life as a revo.
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I love this. Some guy talks crap to you at the track. But instead of taking care of it right there, face to face, man to man, you come home get on the net and suddenly grow cojones? WTF is that about.
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Old 12-10-2008, 06:23 PM   #60
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yea its pretty lame, especially if you check the other post he had, saying how good the guys were because they were gonna let him borrow a car since he had broke his at the last fl state race
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