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Old 02-20-2006, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default IMPORTANT! >> If you've purchased worlds titanium CVDs or know about them please read

I went to the Titanium racing worlds site. They sell the Worlds titanium CVDs. I purchased a set for my xxxtmf2 for a whopping $70! Plus shipping because they are in the UK. The problem is they sent me CVDs that dont fit and look like they fit a BK2. I checked my order and it was correct. Now i cannot contact the company. I have called every day for 4 days and have sent about 10 emails over the past week and a half.

My question is has anyone dealt with this company? Did i lose out or is there something i can do? Please give feedback. Thanks guys
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Old 02-20-2006, 10:05 PM   #2
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wtf would you buy titanium cvd's for $70 in the first place for?

spend that on a pck of batteries or something that will actually make your truck faster.
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i guess you lost out , i dont think there is anything you can do, 70 bucks that is big-time loot buddy HEY-OHHHHHHHH...
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I ordered 2/3 years ago and paid... still waiting.. just kidding, I did get my money back after about 3 months after filing a complaint with visa.
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Old 02-21-2006, 09:26 AM   #5
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Really? Well that sucks. So i guess these guys really rip people off? I actually got my product though it was just not the correct one and they cannot in any way be contatacted. The reason i got titanium CVDs is because my universals broke almost every run. They actually sheard off at the shaft.
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We stock them in the hobby shop and the two customers that have ran them have both broke axles.

Ill let them go for cheap if you all are interested. Please email [email protected]

We have them for the bk2 mf2 t4 and b4
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Just get some steel MIP cvds for the MF2. These hold up to the abuse of racing well.
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They are punishing you for all the stupid crap you say on the message boards you frequent.
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Dude you make 160k plus a year, that should be nothing to you.....bawahahahaha
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I make more than 160k per year. Ive been in the loan business for almost 4 years and anyone that lives in california knows how hot the market has been, so ive made much more than 160k per year the last 2 years not necessarily because i am so good (well actually i am one bad dude!) but because the market is so good. I just dont post what we actually bring in because it would be unbelievable. You guys dont even have dreams about this much money.
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I make more than 160k per year. Ive been in the loan business for almost 4 years and anyone that lives in california knows how hot the market has been, so ive made much more than 160k per year the last 2 years not necessarily because i am so good (well actually i am one bad dude!) but because the market is so good. I just dont post what we actually bring in because it would be unbelievable. You guys dont even have dreams about this much money.
....to funny.

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jhyten - I'm glad you got ripped off. Please leave.
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Old 02-26-2006, 06:52 AM   #14
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what is the problem with fitment?i just installed some shiny cvds and they didnt fit at first ?pm back what the problem is and if its the same problem i had ii will pm you back with the details on how to fix it!
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It is more than likely that the MF2 and the BK2 share some parts. This is due to the fact that alot of manufacturers like Losi base their 1/10 scale trucks off their buggy platforms. The part you were sent just might be correct even though it says it is for the xxx-bk2. I have a xxx-4 and it shares parts with both the xx-4 and xxx-s. This is something an experienced driver/builder would know!!!!!!
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