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Old 08-11-2005, 01:55 PM   #1
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Default Why not seperate Nitro/Electric off-road?

I'm sure this has been brought up by I think we need a seperate forum for both classes. I rarely check this forum and love electric off-road but have little interest in sifting through all the nitro stuff.
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Why not just subscribe to the threads you do like so you get an email notification?

Well there is an electric and nitro offroad forums both though.

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It makes it easier to check the forums, especially seeing as how there would be half as many posts in each, which can lead to a boring surfing experience. Plus, when you are looking for a post in particular, it makes it harder to remember which one it's in. Not to mention how the generic questions may get overlooked because they are only in one forum.
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Well if you go to the main forums page you will get you answer.... Electric on-road has more topics and posts than all of the other forums combined in the general forums area..... as a side note right at this moment there are 43 viewing the on-road and less than half viewing all the other forums.....


Maybe if Futureal could add 2 more post icons one with an electric motor or symbol and one with a little nitro engine.... then if the topic is more related to one the poster could use that icon???? just a thought...... but separating nitro from electric off-road would cost extra server space that can be used for extra features......
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