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Old 10-24-2006, 02:15 PM   #31
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Looks Heavy, looks busy, looks good but good looks dont win races... We should look the other way

I have to agree with the center weight being an advantage especially with the lead heavy 4200s+ but rather than buying this car I would go for the JR Type-R.

oh I forget to add... looks funky....the top plate is screwed down and it has a body pin... err what da....

I think it is out of place... an electric powered gas car.... hell if you put a monster brushless in the g4 you would be better off. at least the g4 proven itself

ok I ll go "look" at other places now...
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Old 10-24-2006, 04:14 PM   #32
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Three belts...........anybody remmember the FSR???????
not a bad car...... but was kinda slow (we didn't have the low turn motors of today). but Frank C had his flying.
not sure about this one tho

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Everybody always poo-poo'ed on the FSR Bullet as not being able to run stock or 19-turn due to 3 belts, yet it was always competitive at my home track (CRC) for club racing, and Andrew Gray used one at Cleveland in 1999 or 2000 (forget which) to finish 3rd in the Stock sedan A-main (beating a ton of shaft drive TC3's and 2 belt cars).
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Old 10-24-2006, 05:18 PM   #33
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For you guys that think the layout is good. Take a look at the picture of the rear end of the car and tell me what happens when either the batteries somehow work there way out and move towards the motor, or what happens when the motor moves forward from a crash. Yes, it even happens to the experenced guys from time to time.
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kabooooooooooooooooooom!!!!!

huston we have a TM!
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