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Old 02-21-2006, 06:03 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Andrew Ellis
Man its sounds like you guys are bitter about a new car every year but the fact is it keeps getting faster you can not say that about any other car company is it better to have a new car and go faster or a new car to go slow with....and no ones says anything about companys like tamiya when they come out with three cars in a year .....Later Drew
when you get you're stuff for free or at a nice discount it makes 2 or 3 chassis changes a year a little easier to swallow. What's that like Drew?
Are you going to race any Nitro onroad with us in Ohio this year?
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Old 02-21-2006, 08:18 AM   #32
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You guys forget one thing someone is always paying for the stuff even if you r getting it free so that puts a lot more pressure on you to do good when its not your money and no one is saying you have to buy a new xray every time they come out the 05 and 04 are still good cars and can still make a mains at the big races...and for everyone there is no T3 have you guys every heard of option parts.......and yes I will for sure be up in Ohio this year for some gas racing.....Later Drew
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Old 02-21-2006, 12:42 PM   #33
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Trey, you need to keep flying your little helicopter and stop tricking all these hard working people who already bought a T-2!
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Originally Posted by cyrrus
What next. the coming back of the new H-2 thread.
I thought it was the H 1.3 thread, where there were no compatible parts to the H 1.2
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Old 02-21-2006, 04:34 PM   #36
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Originally Posted by xlgraphicspro
Trey, you need to keep flying your little helicopter and stop tricking all these hard working people who already bought a T-2!
I couldn't help it....
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Old 02-21-2006, 07:13 PM   #37
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..... got me there! looks like there's just so much anxiety amongst some T2 racers with the lack of parts, tweak concerns, toe issues, etc that a thread like this just had to sprout out .... sometimes making a joke of things is really the best way to cope with everything ... HAHA

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Bump a 2006 thread back to top (yea... 2006 thread)

Because I read this:

Now I had the vision of further chassis layout developments with a different motor-mount system. Martin spent some significant time behind the computer to turn all the ideas and designs into pixels and bits. Seeing the parts in computer simulation, other ideas flourished in our minds and we turned some of them into other new alternative ideas to test. All the production files were uploaded to the machines via our intranet and within a short time we plucked the prototype parts out of production. We spent some time building several cars to make side-by-side comparisons. With the air-conditioned track we have a huge advantage: a stable environment that can be used at any time to test things under identical conditions. This helps to ensure that every small change in handling and performance is immediately noticeable both by senses and results on the timing scoreboard.
And a few more after quoted section...

So, new suspension or old suspension? JRXS/E4 like center stick pack placement or saddle pack placement? anything that's out of box or T2-yet-again?

Let the flame on......

Also, spy-photo needed...
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Originally Posted by Jammin'Trey View Post
Made you look! wouldn't be too hard to believe though...
This prediction was only 4 years off!
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Please navigate to this thread to continue the T3 discussion's.

There is great need for a sarcasm font.

You never know when it will strike, but there comes a moment at work when you know that you just aren't going to do anything productive for the rest of the day.

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