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Old 07-15-2008, 10:49 AM
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Do CORR trucks have solid rear axles? If so, would you like to see RC CORR trucks also use solid rear axles?
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Tust me. I wish I could say more. I want to say more. To quote one of the guys in the AE office, "This things gives me wood".
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Old 07-15-2008, 12:13 PM
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Right On ! Rick !!

Thats awesome new`s !!


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Old 07-15-2008, 12:26 PM
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The back cover ad in the new Car Action magazine is pretty interesting.
Yes it does! I was just flipping through the new mag. When I saw the back I imediately logged onto rc10.com but no pics.?. So I got on here and wammy! you go and drop the bomb. Well, not a bomb but a confirming hint anyway.
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can i ask this should i wait then to buy a corr type rc truck
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can i ask this should i wait then to buy a corr type rc truck
I can't tell you one way or another. Are you a "looks" guy? Let me put it this way. The current CORR truck on the market make a great step forward in realism compared to what existed before. Would you like to see that same step taken again?
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I can't tell you one way or another. Are you a "looks" guy? Let me put it this way. The current CORR truck on the market make a great step forward in realism compared to what existed before. Would you like to see that same step taken again?
Thats a Rhetorical Question, Right?

Looks and Performance, Yes.

Do we need to start writing Rules
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I can't tell you one way or another. Are you a "looks" guy? Let me put it this way. The current CORR truck on the market make a great step forward in realism compared to what existed before. Would you like to see that same step taken again?
TEASE, Tease, tease....

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Rick,
Play along if you dare..........

So can we summize....

ThunderTech CORR Pro2 Vision Blended with Traxxas Slash Market Development Combined with AE Design and Production Capability?
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The big question has got to be, is it 4wd?
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Old 07-15-2008, 05:01 PM
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it would be cool if the T5 came out with option of a normal body, or the bigger CORR style body


plus then we'd have new AE stuff to buy
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The big question has got to be, is it 4wd?
Q, come on out and chip some dirt with us. Still a few events left this season.

2009 Season will be even better. Especially if AE has something new to add to the program
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Rick,
Play along if you dare..........

So can we summize....

ThunderTech CORR Pro2 Vision Blended with Traxxas Slash Market Development Combined with AE Design and Production Capability?

I think I have said too much already! There should be new official information shortly.
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Q, come on out and chip some dirt with us. Still a few events left this season.

2009 Season will be even better. Especially if AE has something new to add to the program
I anything will get be back to a dirt track,,,,,,,,,,,, its gonna be corr stuff. I think this is great and loooonnnnnnng overdue!
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