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Old 03-21-2006, 06:16 AM   #151
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team scream has ???? just check ebay...lol
Team Scream UK and Team Express UK both have websites for enquiries about what motors they have in stock. I'm sure he has a few TS stock motors.

Try looking at www.teamscreamuk.co.uk and emailing for stocking levels.

Microtech should have a 'few' motors in shortly but not many untill the second shipment arrives a couple of weeks after the first.

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Old 03-21-2006, 07:16 AM   #152
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Okay doeky
where has this got us to resolving the shortage of legal motors for racers & shops in the uk ??
A) no where really

it`s a one sided fight really ,no one coming on here from BRCA board
lot of it is just hear say from us user`s ,

lot of us don`t have the basic understanding of what is required for 27t motors
but then we could learn from it if BRCA board came on & enlighten us or
re educate us in our thinking towards it (in English Language of course)

so from today i`m not going to complain anymore about BRCA or the `Hobby` it self (in public)

i be gone for about a year after this look after your self`s have a good one

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i will apoligise in person to you @ w/london for the argument we had last year

And sorry to the opposing teams for upsetting them past & recently in silly comments i made
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Team Scream UK and Team Express UK both have websites for enquiries about what motors they have in stock. I'm sure he has a few TS stock motors.

Try looking at www.teamscreamuk.co.uk and emailing for stocking levels.

Microtech should have a 'few' motors in shortly but not many untill the second shipment arrives a couple of weeks after the first.

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i e-mailed Team Express UK about a month ago now about motors ....... never recieved an answer
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Old 03-21-2006, 11:39 AM   #154
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trfracer...wat do you care you race modified...nice hat!!!!!
but on a serious note......a shorter stack will rev faster and be noticable....the brca will pull the motor to bits to check it....they did it last year with the epic outlaw motors........remember with demon quads being on list, off list as mentioned before....
if you read the whole of my post you will see why i had an interest in this.
what effects one erea of our sport can also effect the other areas.
i love the piss take out me hat.getting a bit old though
obviously the motor will be more revvier,but how they gonna trace that to the stack and what suspecion will they have its that,it could be anything in the motor.
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Old 03-21-2006, 12:54 PM   #155
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Hey Guys,

I just got a small shipment of C2's about a week ago. They're being tuned right now, and will be shipping out over the next week or so. Also have a fresh batch of EPIC-based stock motors.

We're just getting things rolling at T-Bang - no on-line ordering yet, but visit the site for the price list and so forth. We're a new shop in Vancouver, Canada just looking to get things started

Sorry to drop a cheap plug in here, but if you're really in need of some C2's, I'd be happy to "help" out.
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Old 03-21-2006, 02:17 PM   #156
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Only if you ship to the UK and BRCA homologated.... roflol
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Team Scream UK and Team Express UK both have websites for enquiries about what motors they have in stock. I'm sure he has a few TS stock motors.

Try looking at www.teamscreamuk.co.uk and emailing for stocking levels.

Microtech should have a 'few' motors in shortly but not many untill the second shipment arrives a couple of weeks after the first.

HTH
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Yes Jeremy has a large order of motors that should arrive any day now.. He will have ROAR stocks and Monsters in with that order...
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Only if you ship to the UK and BRCA homologated.... roflol
Shipping to UK is no problem - but I just read the BRCA rules, and now I get the joke. Homologation looks a bit more tricky. Do any of you guys have experience with getting motors through that process?

I have been following the thread a bit - I can see the complications, but on the other side, if approval is a fair process once you meet the conditions, then I think a good portion of the responsibility for solving all this lies in the hands of the tuners and retailers.

If supplies are short, get your shops to work with tuners over here on homologation, and maybe we can help out.
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Old 03-21-2006, 03:01 PM   #159
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You have to get in contact with the Electric board with regard to the homologation process, I believe you got to prove stock level and that you can supply trade, Mr Jolly would be the best person to talk to about it.

I can't see it being a problem with you being from Canada, but PM Mr Jolly, he has been through the process. One other thing, pull a motor apart and check the dimensions if you can before you send it in, no point sending it if it don't meet dimensions.
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This is the rule of my point about the homoligation of the motors

2.1 The BRCA Electric Board Homologation Officer will need to be satisfied that any new Motor or Battery submitted, will be available for purchase in some numbers via. retail outlets throughout the UK, before that item will be added to any homologation lists.

Retail outlets meaning shops not the importers website or ebay.

I know it dont help the shortage but the rules are rules so let the co27 be legal.

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Hey John Tag, is there Express 38's in the shipment

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Not this 1 but theres tons of 3700's... 3800 i'm sure will be in next shippment...
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This is the rule of my point about the homoligation of the motors

2.1 The BRCA Electric Board Homologation Officer will need to be satisfied that any new Motor or Battery submitted, will be available for purchase in some numbers via. retail outlets throughout the UK, before that item will be added to any homologation lists.

Retail outlets meaning shops not the importers website or ebay.

I know it dont help the shortage but the rules are rules so let the co27 be legal.

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Yes. That certainly complicates it a bit. I am assuming that the UK hobby scene is a lot like Canada as well with largely independent hobby shops scattered all over the place and no big chains/franchises/etc. to go after.

The process of getting a reasonable amount of stock into a number of different retail outlets to satisfy the requirements would be a challenge. Not insurmountable, but I can see the difficulty for sure.
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Yes. That certainly complicates it a bit. I am assuming that the UK hobby scene is a lot like Canada as well with largely independent hobby shops scattered all over the place and no big chains/franchises/etc. to go after.

The process of getting a reasonable amount of stock into a number of different retail outlets to satisfy the requirements would be a challenge. Not insurmountable, but I can see the difficulty for sure.
Would be worth the effort I think. It would be nice to have another tuner available
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Old 03-21-2006, 05:14 PM   #165
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Find someone to distribute them for you.....
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