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Old 01-06-2009, 06:49 PM   #1
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Default Buy a Pro built Chad Bradley X2 buggy or truggy

Chad Bradley has a new job!!! Building your X2 Buggy or X2 Truggy.
Chad is offering you his expertise and knowledge. Over the past several years, Chad has developed his "Notebook" with all his set-ups, building tricks, and track notes for every event he has attended. You may have seen him at the races scribiling some of his tricks down on paper. Now you can have a piece of that hard work with your very own X2 Pro Built by Chad Bradley.

Chad is building a limited quantity of X2 Buggies and X2 Truggies to his race winning specifications with all the tricks right down to the smallest details. Every kit will be serial numbered and include a set-up sheet signed by Chad. The kit will come in Race Roller form ready for your engine and radio gear. The X2 Buggy extras will include the Billet Upper "B" Block, Mounted and balanced tires. The X2 Truggy extras will include the Billet Upper "B" Block, Lunsford Ti Rods, Mounted and Balanced tires.

X2 Pro Built by Chad Bradley Truggy $765.00 | X2 Pro Built by Chad Bradley Buggy $835.00 found on rcdeal.com



im pumped for Chad good idea. love the serial number idea. if you buy one of these you cant blame you crapy driving on the car.

i must say that when i see a guy stuggling at a track and i try to help them out, after driving thier car i have never been able to say "the car is fine it all the driver."
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Old 01-06-2009, 07:33 PM   #2
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300bucks to build a kit?
ill download the set up sheet and do em for 125.. PM me for my address..
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Charge up the motowrench Rick! haha

Most people dont understand how to build a car at top level.... so nay-sayers need not apply. The Bmain will be waiting for you
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$300 once the car comes apart and is rebuilt after the 1st weeknd out for maintence... is it still built by chad??
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Old 01-06-2009, 09:26 PM   #5
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its not and extra $300. its $135 for the buggy. this also include the aluminum upper B block and $210 for the truck and that includes the Aluminum upper b and Lunsford ti turnbuckles. and all the factory tricks.

there is a big diferance between building a kit and taking some screw out and cleaning some stuff.

like tony said alot of people dont know how to build a kit the right way.
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Old 01-06-2009, 09:43 PM   #6
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$135 / 8 hrs (being conservative) = $16.875/hr

BigAlz - what do you make an hour?

Sounds like a bargain to me.... my times worth more than that.
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Still cheaper than buying a K kar kit aint it ?
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And what have you learned with Chad building your kit? NOTHING! and will you ever be as fast as Chad with other people building your kit? NEVER!

Send him $20 for a photo, and build your own
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$135 / 8 hrs (being conservative) = $16.875/hr

BigAlz - what do you make an hour?

Sounds like a bargain to me.... my times worth more than that.
more than that. but im not sure why that matters?
8 hours ??
keep us posted on how many they really sell..
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its not and extra $300. its $135 for the buggy. this also include the aluminum upper B block and $210 for the truck and that includes the Aluminum upper b and Lunsford ti turnbuckles. and all the factory tricks.

there is a big diferance between building a kit and taking some screw out and cleaning some stuff.

like tony said alot of people dont know how to build a kit the right way.
my truck comes a good 75+% apart almost every week.
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This is why i dont get on R/Ctech anymore. Everyone is just to negative. Alot of you have to get on here and whine about something you dont like. I think its a cool idea!!!
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Come on moto join the fun. If you havent notice in life humans aint happy unless their complaining.

I dont think its too bad of a price but limiting it to the ofna auction site guarentees no sells,nobody actually goes to rcdeal.com. Now I'm happy, thats close enough to complaining. If they were thinking they would have the body painted for that price or a screen printed bradley replica to use as a practice body that would make it a much more attractive price. Only problem is people that spend that much on a buggy actually like to build their kits reguardless of building ability.
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its not really that bad of a deal when you figure the hop ups, and the fact that everything that needs to be done is done, if i didnt allready have the truck i would buy the prebuilt one
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i think it is a good idea.. i am sure they will sell more than you think
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Still cheaper than buying a K kar kit aint it ?

LOL, I could only imagine what they would charge for Tebo to build you a new MP9. I would have to take out a home equity line to purchase one.
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