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Old 09-07-2003, 11:54 AM
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Ok, So this morning Jimmy and I ran Pinky and it was really dialed just like my WEB Special. Now the only problem is Jimmy can't use Pinky to compete because he's contracted with another Factory so we'll be sharing Pinky for the time being.

I'm thinking to offer my WEB Special to the market since it's only had like 2 runs on it and is still considered almost brand new. Knowing that there aren't anymore made, I'm sure someone will be happy to take over the ownership of it.

Comes with everything that the Web Special has but also included a full set of Squat Dry Racing bearings which I've paid over $ 60 just to get it here from R10. I figured I'd post here just so you guys can have first shot at it.

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OH MY what is going on cudas for sale all over the net
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where was that posted? what part of the forum?


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Old 09-07-2003, 12:01 PM
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OH MY what is going on cudas for sale all over the net
KO, You got PM.

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where was that posted? what part of the forum?


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look a few post back its right here in this thread
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i know, so many cudas for sale
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Maj. Teeth, you gat a PM

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hehe i wonder how fast this one will go
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hehe i wonder how fast this one will go
Don't know but without pics it might go a tad slower but hopefully not much. In fact a couple of guys at Socal was really interested and wanted one come to think of it.

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Originally posted by Maj. Teeth
Don't know but without pics it might go a tad slower but hopefully not much. In fact a couple of guys at Socal was really interested and wanted one come to think of it.

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here is a picture from alex on it
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by buying 2 alum shaft holders, the r2 cost more than an evo 3 s but with no ti

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Originally posted by cHckbOY5
by buying 2 alum shaft holders, the r2 cost more than an evo 3 s but with no ti
is this some kind of little war here cuda vs evo III
if you want the cuda then that is what you need to get if you want the evoIII then get it they all have some kind of down fall somewhere be it breaking parts or prices of items they all have them
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all set up, ready to race next weekend.
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So much orange.
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Looks goooooood, Dave, I like that conversion, I think, the best. The batteries moved up, teh split upperdeck, and that motormount...I may have made my choice for my R2...Johnny, the a-arms are backwards on your car...j/k , it looks good
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