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Old 10-18-2011, 11:37 AM   #151
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Bobby, it is great to have you back in the buggy scene again!
Nick has a nice post on our site.

check it out at http://www.intechracing-usa.com/
It's good to be back Russ...been awhile since I wheeled a buggy but I got plenty of time to practice...and from what I have seen it looks like the buggy is 1 that is pretty easy to handle...
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Old 10-18-2011, 03:54 PM   #152
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Just wanted to wish you guys "Good Luck" who plan to head to the Southern Nats this coming weekend.

I have been itching to get on the track again after the Finals and with bad weather we had recently track to wet to practice so for now I am going do a few changes to buggy for the next club race.

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To Russ or Shawn (since you had first kit), If you can look into the wing stay mount spacers that go in between, from the looks the original version had aluminum ones, mine seem to loosen up now and then and was hoping they had alternatives to replace with.

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Just wanted to wish you guys "Good Luck" who plan to head to the Southern Nats this coming weekend.

I have been itching to get on the track again after the Finals and with bad weather we had recently track to wet to practice so for now I am going do a few changes to buggy for the next club race.

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To Russ or Shawn (since you had first kit), If you can look into the wing stay mount spacers that go in between, from the looks the original version had aluminum ones, mine seem to loosen up now and then and was hoping they had alternatives to replace with.

Thanks guys, Roy
I think fixed the problem by using blue loctite. but don't quote me on that...I am sure he will chime in and let ya know...
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Old 10-18-2011, 06:13 PM   #154
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Hey Bobby,
Well the current Evo has plastic spacers between the wing stay mount, I was hoping for aluminum ones for an option, not sure if first version have them and if so what is the part number to compare to the Evo

Here pic from back end of buggy and you will notice there aluminum

http://www.neobuggy.net/modules/news...p?storyid=7491
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:26 PM   #155
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Hey Bobby,
Well the current Evo has plastic spacers between the wing stay mount, I was hoping for aluminum ones for an option, not sure if first version have them and if so what is the part number to compare to the Evo

Here pic from back end of buggy and you will notice there aluminum

http://www.neobuggy.net/modules/news...p?storyid=7491
I did notice that. And think Hunter had the same issue at the final. But on the kit I have which is a pro they are aluminum. I am sure Russ may have some in stock...just need to see if they will fit and go from there...
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:50 PM   #156
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Hey Bobby,
Well the current Evo has plastic spacers between the wing stay mount, I was hoping for aluminum ones for an option, not sure if first version have them and if so what is the part number to compare to the Evo

Here pic from back end of buggy and you will notice there aluminum

http://www.neobuggy.net/modules/news...p?storyid=7491
Yes guys I will have some coming in on the next order!
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We would like to Welcome Kyle Exley and his dad from New Jersey to the Team!

Kyle is a youngster from the East coast and are looking forward to helping him!
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We would like to Welcome Kyle Exley and his dad from New Jersey to the Team!

Kyle is a youngster from the East coast and are looking forward to helping him!
Welcome aboard Kyle....looking forward to working with you
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Old 10-18-2011, 08:35 PM   #159
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Welcome to all the latest additions to the Team, nice see this buggy being spread across the states to get plenty feed back from.

If your looking for a new kit to build this is the buggy to put the test to,Russ and Hunter are great at responding to your needs and keep you going.

Thanks again to NGD Racing team

See you all on the flip side
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Yes guys I will have some coming in on the next order!
Sweet, put my name on a set, Thanks Russ
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Yes the Pro did use the aluminum spacers. The plastic ones that came with the Evo kit were tossed in my box. I had the same problem but with the aluminum and a dab of locktite the problem was solved. I am also working on something else that may open up even more adjustability and broder horizons for some things. Once I have some of the details worked out I will post more about it.

Welcome to Kyle and all the others that just joined!!!
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Fantastic to see the Intech Team growing.

I have been using my 5mm longer chassis at the last couple of meetings and can say what a difference it makes.

So much better turn it and smoother landings.

Im currently making a new radio tray to re-arrange the weight and also for the wing im running hotbodies end plates for more tuneability
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Welcome to all the new members of the Team. Glad to see we are growing
Shaun show us some of those top secret projects you got going with the BR5. I'd like to see them buddy.
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Shaun show us some of those top secret projects you got going with the BR5. I'd like to see them buddy.
All in do time buddy!....
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Glad to be a part of the team can't wait to race my new Intech
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