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Old 12-31-2006, 10:17 AM   #76
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Considering they haven't even released pictures of the car yet, I think it's unreasonable to think it would come out in a month. Then, you've gotta wait for Specialized R/C to tool up and make a thick chassis, not to mention all the other quirks that are going to be ironed out the first few months. I'd say an RDX now wouldn't be a bad choice at all, though I'd find a good deal on a used one if I were buying right now.
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so is blackstock going to be running this car at the novak race this weekend?
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so is blackstock going to be running this car at the novak race this weekend?
Extreamly doubtfull.
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Old 01-02-2007, 03:50 AM   #79
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Considering they haven't even released pictures of the car yet, I think it's unreasonable to think it would come out in a month. Then, you've gotta wait for Specialized R/C to tool up and make a thick chassis, not to mention all the other quirks that are going to be ironed out the first few months. I'd say an RDX now wouldn't be a bad choice at all, though I'd find a good deal on a used one if I were buying right now.

it'll come out in 2 1/2 month! it will be shown at the fair at germany in february
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Old 01-03-2007, 02:33 PM   #80
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it'll come out in 2 1/2 month! it will be shown at the fair at germany in february
The car is awesome to drive! Easy to clean, easy to get to everything!
You can change a suspension arm in like 2minutes!
Its awesome! The RDX will be replaced but there will be 2 kits, The EU 5cell and the US 6cell! The car is coming in February/March!

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You can change a suspension arm in like 2minutes!
I can already do that with the current car, practise makes perfect!
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:50 PM   #82
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I can already do that with the current car, practise makes perfect!
You must get a lot of practice!
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Old 01-04-2007, 11:51 AM   #83
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I can already do that with the current car, practise makes perfect!
Yeah right!
Just the arm with nothing on!
i'm talking 2 minutes with the droop,... when the car is ready to drive again!

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Ollie, I was just being sarcastic.
The new car will be alot more user friendly.
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You guys are too funny!
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I hope they get rid of those ridiculous torx screws.
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Old 01-12-2007, 11:29 AM   #87
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I really like Torx screws. They're much tougher and harder to strip.
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Everyone I know that used torx screws have stripped them out fast and has switched over to hex. Even Corally offers an optional hex kit for the RDX. Corally please include the ti hex screws in the name of all that does not suck.
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Everyone I know that used torx screws have stripped them out fast and has switched over to hex. Even Corally offers an optional hex kit for the RDX. Corally please include the ti hex screws in the name of all that does not suck.
That's wierd, cause I've never striped one torc screw.
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That's wierd, cause I've never striped one torc screw.
You stripped one at the 04/09/05 points race.
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