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Old 11-12-2004, 11:35 AM   #10666
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Hi Rick,

That's actually one of the first question I asked Yokomo USA about was the parts support, and they reply they don't think it will be a problem. Spares will be available for the MR4SDW

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Old 11-12-2004, 12:15 PM   #10667
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So in other words, people can in theory make their own SDW replicas just by buying these parts? Seems the 555 ltd edition title is rather academic then?

Oh well - who cares - we'll find out soon enough!!
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Would you buy a ferrari and keep it for 20 years unused?

in 1975 i bought a 1970 mustang boss 429 for $4000.00 u.s. dollars. i drove the crap outta that car and tore it up. had i put it in the garage and took care of it,, it is now selling for around 80 or 100 grand depending on condition. thinking back on the fun i had..... i would rather have the 94000 in profit.
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Old 11-12-2004, 06:58 PM   #10669
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So in other words, people can in theory make their own SDW replicas just by buying these parts? Seems the 555 ltd edition title is rather academic then?

Oh well - who cares - we'll find out soon enough!!
I was told by Yokomo USA that the unique parts to the limited edition kit (bulkheads, motor mount, chassis, etc) will be a one run production for the kits and that's it.
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Old 11-12-2004, 08:52 PM   #10670
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Wow! did Nevada paint those for you? At least I always did two color paint jobs LOL
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Old 11-13-2004, 07:14 PM   #10671
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The yoke worlds addition looks sweet. I'm torn between it and a 415ms. One day I want one the next day I want the other. Which one would you guys get? The irony is I'm asking this question on a Yokomo thread. The only answer I'll probably get is Yoke.
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Old 11-13-2004, 07:18 PM   #10672
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uhh, get the Yokomo! I think it's actually gonna be cheaper than the 415ms, even though the SD limited is completely loaded with every hopup part available for the SD, including a Team Bomber graphite shaft.
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Old 11-13-2004, 09:21 PM   #10674
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The yoke worlds addition looks sweet. I'm torn between it and a 415ms. One day I want one the next day I want the other. Which one would you guys get? The irony is I'm asking this question on a Yokomo thread. The only answer I'll probably get is Yoke.
If budget allows get both

if not then its really up to you which mfc do you like the best also the 415MS is belt and the Yok SDW is shaft
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Old 11-13-2004, 11:04 PM   #10675
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Masami wins the Japanese touring nationals again, I think that's five in a row. Hara TQ but his car broke in the 3rd A-main. Surikain third.
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Masami wins the Japanese touring nationals again, I think that's five in a row. Hara TQ but his car broke in the 3rd A-main. Surikain third.
Sweet Is there a website that had any coverage of it? rczone had a little write up on the qualifying but nothing yet on the mains
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Hi Guys,

Congratulations to Masami! We are also working on a special gift to be included with the MR-4TCSD WC edition. If you're a big Yokomo fan (especially fan of Masami) you'll love this one

Matt, the results can be found here:

http://www.jmrca.com/2004all_japan/1..._exp_main.html

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thanks steve. what kind of special gift are you giving away? I saw you're already including your spool with it, what else?
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Can you convert the JMRCA site to English.

I don't read Japanese and therefore can't find the results. And I would love to read a write up.

Well done Masami.

Didn't take Surikarn too long to get used to the HPI.
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surikarn hpi?
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