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Old 02-03-2005, 12:39 PM   #796
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Can you tell me how to get a Rubber Neck Bumper?
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E-mail Kevin at [email protected]

And also Superior Hobbies should have them by now too.
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Old 02-03-2005, 12:45 PM   #797
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heres a picture of the BRP bumper. I didnt have any long metric screws-so I used a 4-40.
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Old 02-03-2005, 12:50 PM   #798
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Will you be at Hobby Chamber this Sat. for the regionals? I would like to see the car!
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I just found out about the regionals being on Saturday. I will probably be there though. I'm not leaving for th snowbirds until Sunday so I'll try to run at the chamber on Saturday. Any idea on what time it starts. Look me up and I'll show you the car for sure.
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Old 02-03-2005, 01:23 PM   #799
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Ray;
Thanks, Email sent.

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George's standard answer is "Doors open at 9:00 ". The last Sunday race I attended there were 80 racers lined up at the back door at 9:30, when he pulled up. I will be looking for the shiny new toy!
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Someone asked for a pic of the Rubberneck bumper on the RDX. Here ya go.
Thanks...looks nice!
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Old 02-03-2005, 01:59 PM   #801
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Thanks...looks nice!
no problem. The material Kevin (wannabee) gets (he seems to have an exclusive too) is very rigid, , but easy to dremel and shape-but not brittle or crumbly. It takes hit after hit and just keeps going. The material seems to resiste tearing too-so the body posts holes dont rip.
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no problem. The material Kevin (wannabee) gets (he seems to have an exclusive too) is very rigid, , but easy to dremel and shape-but not brittle or crumbly. It takes hit after hit and just keeps going. The material seems to resiste tearing too-so the body posts holes dont rip.
I think Kevin's cousin at NASA gets that stuff for him, they use it on the bumpers of the crawler or something like that?
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George's standard answer is "Doors open at 9:00 ". The last Sunday race I attended there were 80 racers lined up at the back door at 9:30, when he pulled up. I will be looking for the shiny new toy!
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hey guys, does Rubberneck make any bumpers for Yokes?
Sorry to intrude...

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and Blake-the Mo set-up is just fine on a big layout. It's carrying great corner speed. Mind you grip is very low and its a new layout-but it doesnt slow down.

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EXCELLENT!!! That's what I wanted to hear.

My RDX is in pieces again Tore it down. When I got it from Rob Love the edges were sanded but not sealed. Working on getting them polished to perfection...This car deserves nothing else.

Oh...Anyone try the RCScrewz stainless screws for the RDX? I got 2 sets but they seem to be too large (the heads). I could probably re-countersink everything but that's too much work.

I think I'll stick with the stock screws. Unless someone else has a better idea? Going to contact fastner express to see if I could get some red ones.

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sorry for the noob question but..is like corally a pro/expensive brand or something?

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Corally is one of the best kits you can buy, they are extremely adjustable and excellent quality, after owning 4 corallys im not going to buy anything else
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EXCELLENT!!! That's what I wanted to hear.
If you guys come up again soon-you'll love the new layout. By far one of the funnest most raceable layouts I have ever driven on. by raceable-I mean its designed to have wide passing zones. And-when you come up-you know your RDX's will be dialed.
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