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Old 05-12-2009, 09:28 AM   #1
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rally time,,,
i opened this thread cause there is no action out there for rc rally, i hope to start one here.
called in sick (of work) so i could start on the kit. it comes with the suby hatchy body but i will be using a HPI STI for it. will update you guys and if anybody has suggestions please chime in. TIA


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Old 05-12-2009, 10:49 AM   #2
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calling in sick what a junkie
I am thinking of getting one of those too.
post how it runs after you build it.
I wonder how it would run on a blue groove offroad track
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Cool! What are you gonna do with the kit body?
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rally time,,,
i opened this thread cause there is no action out there for rc rally, i hope to start one here.
Here's the thread:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...a-df-03ra.html
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Old 05-12-2009, 10:25 PM   #5
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calling in sick what a junkie
I am thinking of getting one of those too.
post how it runs after you build it.
I wonder how it would run on a blue groove offroad track
just knowing i could run this wherever and whenever is good enough for me, except water fosho

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Cool! What are you gonna do with the kit body?
for my drifter

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yeah, need a new one.
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its a roller, my 1st tamiya kit its good. instructions, parts, excepting the screws but not complaining.

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yeah, need a new one.
Why?
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this a wip thread ???
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its a roller, my 1st tamiya kit its good. instructions, parts, excepting the screws but not complaining.
What's wrong with the screws?
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allen heads are easier to work with, like i said, no biggie.
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allen heads are easier to work with, like i said, no biggie.

Oh, yes. The way you said it it read like it was missing screws. But for a fair comparison is there any kit in that price range that comes with allen head screws?
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Oh, yes. The way you said it it read like it was missing screws. But for a fair comparison is there any kit in that price range that comes with allen head screws?
i would think so? for the price i got this for the quality is great though and may set me down the road for another tamiya kit build.
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Ahem. I meant you will find there is no kit that comes with allen head screws for this price.
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if you have good tools then phillip head screws aren't a big deal...so tired of people crying about screw head types...buy good tools already
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if you have good tools then phillip head screws aren't a big deal...so tired of people crying about screw head types...buy good tools already
Phillips suck, that is all
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