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Old 10-28-2010, 10:30 AM
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Hey guys,

3Racing has announced a new entry racing chassis called sakura zero S.
i think its going to be a good club racing chassis which can easily upgraded with the sakura zero option parts.

look 3Racing Sakura Zero S

someone know when it will be on the market?
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Old 10-28-2010, 11:43 PM
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I had a reply email from 3 racing last week, it will be released in November.
Hope this helps.
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Old 10-29-2010, 04:27 AM
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Originally Posted by davenz View Post
I had a reply email from 3 racing last week, it will be released in November.
Hope this helps.
Oh, that´s nice.

Thanks.
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really looking forward to it!
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Looks very affordable. Lots of replacement & hop-ups available here as well.
http://store.hkshobby.com/product_in...oducts_id=8274
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Available at rcmart as well... saw it today... not sure if this is worth getting... very low price in my opinion..
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I've never ordered from HKS Hobby. Are they reputable? Do the items ship from HK or the US?

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Can try order in our Co. !
next day will send !

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WOW---this could replace the no-longer available Hot Bodies Cylcone S car!!! A very good entry level platform for the rookie racer--that can be upgraded as you go for better handling with faster motors etc. NICE!!!
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Originally Posted by timmig View Post
WOW---this could replace the no-longer available Hot Bodies Cylcone S car!!! A very good entry level platform for the rookie racer--that can be upgraded as you go for better handling with faster motors etc. NICE!!!
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HPI Japan not have parts !
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Looks like a great way to get people into the hobby. cheaper than a T3R and probably really easy to set up like a TOP. Looks like a great way to set up a spec class with speed passion 17.5, this could become a solid class at the track for real cheap. just dreaming over here.
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Originally Posted by redbarton View Post
I've never ordered from HKS Hobby. Are they reputable? Do the items ship from HK or the US?
they are located in sothern Califorina and i have been getting my ordres in 2 to 3 days
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i went through the manual and it seems like those dogbone C cushions are not included. Would it mean the included outdrives do not have the capacity to accommodate them?
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Originally Posted by cheapskate.brok View Post
i went through the manual and it seems like those dogbone C cushions are not included. Would it mean the included outdrives do not have the capacity to accommodate them?
I believe this car comes with gear diffs, which don't require the use of blade cushions. I have a gear diff in my Sakura.
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Originally Posted by fordmike65 View Post
Looks very affordable. Lots of replacement & hop-ups available here as well.
http://store.hkshobby.com/product_in...oducts_id=8274
That is an amazing price! I've paid more for batteries!
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