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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
I had a reply email from 3 racing last week, it will be released in November.
Hope this helps.
Oh, thatīs 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
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
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
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
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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