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Old 07-26-2003, 10:57 AM   #1996
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KO, very nice,very very nice!!! Too bad we don't have that body in the states.
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KO, very nice,very very nice!!! Too bad we don't have that body in the states.
oh i wish it was mine but that is a photo form speedway-pal . I run the stratus 2.0 proto
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Well I took off from work for a while. Came home to sign for my new pink baby when it comes. Hopefully it wont take too long, I'm on the clock, but I only get paid on commission
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Well I took off from work for a while. Came home to sign for my new pink baby when it comes. Hopefully it wont take too long, I'm on the clock, but I only get paid on commission
your wild man im glad your home to get it one of those other so cal barracuda nuts might have been waiting at your door man i hope you like it
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I've seen those before DJ. I'd like to try one maybe this winter. The body I saw had a body line above all 4 wheelwells. They were white in the picture. I clicked on the link off of one of you cuda people's signature...
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your wild man im glad your home to get it one of those other so cal barracuda nuts might have been waiting at your door man i hope you like it
Joseph, Thank You for the awesome car! The pink really stands out, you cant tell how strong the color is in the pics. Cant wait to get some electronics in it and get it on the track
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OK guys I got the money together and Im going to Speedtech to pick up my R2 Monday. Ill probebly get the blue kit along with a set of blue aluminum screws, what hop ups or aftermarket parts should I get? Im a socal racer just in case you guys wanna help me with setup parts. Thanks!
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Hi Guys,

We do have those Verossa bodies in stock. I have both the light weight version and the regular version. the light weight version is very thin, but very light, good for serious racing. I only have a few of them (2 of each to be exact)

The problem is they do not come with decals or window masking, which is why we didn't really bring them in to sell here in the States.

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OK guys I got the money together and Im going to Speedtech to pick up my R2 Monday. Ill probebly get the blue kit along with a set of blue aluminum screws, what hop ups or aftermarket parts should I get? Im a socal racer just in case you guys wanna help me with setup parts. Thanks!
Be sure to get the aluminum shaft mounts, and I would suggest the clamping wheel hexes as well, just so you dont lose any axle pins.
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Hi Guys,

We do have those Verossa bodies in stock. I have both the light weight version and the regular version. the light weight version is very thin, but very light, good for serious racing. I only have a few of them (2 of each to be exact)

The problem is they do not come with decals or window masking, which is why we didn't really bring them in to sell here in the States.

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I might have to try one of those bodies, want to see how I like it. Should be sweet if it's a cross between a Stratus and Alfa.
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OK guys I got the money together and Im going to Speedtech to pick up my R2 Monday. Ill probebly get the blue kit along with a set of blue aluminum screws, what hop ups or aftermarket parts should I get? Im a socal racer just in case you guys wanna help me with setup parts. Thanks!
Well I have a strong opinion on Aluminium screws, they are a pile of junk IMO, and only for show cars that sit on the shelf collecting dust. If you want rid of the kit philips head screws, which is a good idea, get some hex head titanium screws or stainless steel screws. Or if you can wait try getting the torx head titanium screw kit that Alex Racing does. I have always ended up putting 2mm hex head titanium screws on my kits, they save weight and are still strong enough to avoid stripping, aluminium is too soft, especially for underneath the of the chassis.
While you're there get the alloy shaft holders, they'll save a lot of spur gears. You won't need a huge amount of spares but get some bevel gears and suspension components just in case. Get rear hubs, the kit items have a lot of rear toe, great for indoors wooden floors but they scrub a bit of speed on high grip surfaces and you'll strugle to get the back end to rotate around corners (not sure how to put that) Steve will give good advice.
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Hi Guys,

We do have those Verossa bodies in stock. I have both the light weight version and the regular version. the light weight version is very thin, but very light, good for serious racing. I only have a few of them (2 of each to be exact)

The problem is they do not come with decals or window masking, which is why we didn't really bring them in to sell here in the States.

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they look interesting, wouldn't want a light weight one, not with some of the drivers around here

any update on the ETA of the next shipment?
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