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Old 02-01-2006, 10:32 AM   #1
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Hi everyone,

We have contacted the forum admin for at least a month now regarding advertising on this forum and still have not gotten a response. But, because of the many emails and phone calls from perspective customers we've gotten recently, I feel the need to utilize this forum to introduce our products and who we are.

The newest product that has gotten a great response lately is our Ultralite Spur Gears. These gears are made out of Symplex Delrin. This new type of delrin was developed in Japan for the space and aeronautics industry. It's lighter and has better lubricating properties then other types of Delrin. Because our gears are all precision machined and not molded, they run true, quiet and stong. Try twisting one of our gears with your hands, I can guarantee that it would be very hard to do so. Because it's that strong, the heat from the friction of continuous use will not warp our gear.

If you wish to purchase these gears, please refer to our Dealers & Distributors page on our web site. You can also have you're local hobby shop contact us directly. Dealer inquiries are very welcomed.



Please visit our site to see the other products we offer. www.jwerksrc.com

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Old 02-01-2006, 11:13 AM   #2
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Just wanted to add that our gears are a direct fit for the new Xray T2 sedan. No modification needed.
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Old 02-01-2006, 12:56 PM   #3
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Just wanted to add that our gears are a direct fit for the new Xray T2 sedan. No modification needed.
yup... i was able to prototype one through a friend. the spur is great. my car is even quieter now. also helps that its delrin, lighter.. stronger... etc. it held up very well when i ran outdoors (i.e. up and down my street to do some preliminary testing)

now...the question is... where can i buy more?
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We at AllSpeed Hobbies have the JWerks spur gears in stock. They have been tested out by some top drivers in this area with two thumbs way up. These gears are very well made, and ultra durable. They are a bit thicker than the RW gears, and thinner than the PRS. It fits perfectly into almost all the sedans out there. Weight wise, they are less than a gram heavier than the other leading brand that we sell here. We don't find that too significant as it makes that up with strength and durability. As said in the above post, it's hard to twist the gear under stress, keeping the gear running true throughout it's life span. You can add this gear to the list of quality, precision spurs gears out there.

If you wish to purchase one. Please order from our web site www.allspeedhobbies.com , or by phone at (650) 692-6180
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AllSpeed..

I'll have to drop by one day and pick some up..
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What color do does everyone prefer for spur gears? I like White, but they get dirty a bit easier.

What do you like. Black or White?
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how 'bout HPI purple
otherwise..I like Black.
also can they be drilled for 4 hole configuration so they can fit the Pro4 and cyclones.

oh...btw..will you have a Ti screw kit for the Cyclone?

the one for the pro4 is awesome!..haven't bent or stripped any socket heads.
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Do you know when you are going to make a 64p 106 and a 108 spur gear Im currenly running a Hot Bodies Cyclone and I like using those two spurs
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What color do does everyone prefer for spur gears? I like White, but they get dirty a bit easier.

What do you like. Black or White?
white
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What color do does everyone prefer for spur gears? I like White, but they get dirty a bit easier.

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white..easier to see the dirt and pebbles in the teeth.
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white..easier to see the dirt and pebbles in the teeth.
you just have to floss more often... jk
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you just have to floss more often... jk
well its easy for you.. you just take out your dentures! j/k (btw.. you gonna come out to the fremont TCS? come by and say whats up)
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Hebiki: I'll get you some spurs to use on your new EVO5. See you next week.
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well its easy for you.. you just take out your dentures! j/k (btw.. you gonna come out to the fremont TCS? come by and say whats up)
I still have my 2 front teeths...see:
I'm going to try to watch some of the Fremont TCS action... and will definately look you up... if I don't... good luck..
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