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Old 08-05-2003, 12:52 PM
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Originally posted by rc-zombies
At least they got decals.
what are you talking about hahahaha you got one..........on the Box that is...... the nice big one that says R2 in Black and Red...
also what # do you have Zombies..??

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Old 08-05-2003, 12:54 PM
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Looks like a very well prepared track, fast looking from that layout, is it made for nitro's?

For the price I saw the X-Plosion at I can't believe they didn't include the alloy shaft holders either neither could the UK model shop that looked into stocking them.

Don't suppose Triox are looking for any UK based team drivers?
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Old 08-05-2003, 12:56 PM
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
what are you talking about hahahaha you got one..........on the Box that is...... the nice big one that says R2 in Black and Red...
also what # do you have Zombies..??

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I have #34528
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Originally posted by rc-zombies


I have #34528
# 28
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Old 08-05-2003, 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by Herminator
Looks like a very well prepared track, fast looking from that layout, is it made for nitro's?

For the price I saw the X-Plosion at I can't believe they didn't include the alloy shaft holders either neither could the UK model shop that looked into stocking them.

Don't suppose Triox are looking for any UK based team drivers?
well we have some better prepared tracks here, but i like the layout very much. it is not for nitro cars.
the triox xplosion isn't that expensive in germany compared to the other cars. a yokomo sd is about 450 and a evo3 surikarn about 500. the streetpric of the xplosion is about 400 but i payed a little less. the hopup list for my car is very long, because the alu battery hold down isnt included either
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Originally posted by TC3
well we have some better prepared tracks here, but i like the layout very much. it is not for nitro cars.
the triox xplosion isn't that expensive in germany compared to the other cars. a yokomo sd is about 450 and a evo3 surikarn about 500. the streetpric of the xplosion is about 400 but i payed a little less. the hopup list for my car is very long, because the alu battery hold down isnt included either
So what Hop ups did it come with.??

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Old 08-05-2003, 01:22 PM
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Hey Dave, how come on the Web Editions, they add a #345 ?

Some internal tracking thing?
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Old 08-05-2003, 01:27 PM
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
So what Hop ups did it come with.??

-Dave
well, i am a little bit angry, bacause the kit is called xplosion 'tunig version' but there is no 'non tuning version'. and on the pictures u can see the kit fully hoped up.. also the parts description sais sth. about centershaft oneway.. well maybe there have been some troubels before coming out , the kit should have been realesd a few month ago..
it seems like the xplosion is just a r2. well the shock stays semm to be a little thiker
any way i hope the xplosion (r2) is a good car, and i hope i like it
ps: sry for my bad english
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Old 08-05-2003, 01:38 PM
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Yeah when I asked Triox about their kit they said no extra alloy was included, the pictures are very misleading, not very good of them. So what you get is a basic R2 but reversed, and if I were to buy one it would cost me 60 more not including postage from Germany
No need to worry about the ability of the car though, get some alloy shaft holders and it will be great for stock racing. Mod you'll probably want a reversed PAL Drive System, luckily they are avialable now
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Originally posted by rc-zombies


I have #34528
Wow, yours was made before Dave's and mine, how did you pull that off
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Originally posted by TC3
well, i am a little bit angry, bacause the kit is called xplosion 'tunig version' but there is no 'non tuning version'. and on the pictures u can see the kit fully hoped up.. also the parts description sais sth. about centershaft oneway.. well maybe there have been some troubels before coming out , the kit should have been realesd a few month ago..
it seems like the xplosion is just a r2. well the shock stays semm to be a little thiker
any way i hope the xplosion (r2) is a good car, and i hope i like it
ps: sry for my bad english
The pictures did make it look like a red web special, very decieving... I guess I dont want it as much as I thought I did..
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Originally posted by Randman
Wow, yours was made before Dave's and mine, how did you pull that off
Really don't know.....I guess that was close to the bottom of the stack when it got shipped to Steve. Dan got #19
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Old 08-05-2003, 02:08 PM
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Just got my "fish", any setup tips for a huge/high bite track?

thanks
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Originally posted by rc-zombies
Really don't know.....I guess that was close to the bottom of the stack when it got shipped to Steve. Dan got #19

wow your number and dans are low compared to us other web owners
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Originally posted by TC3
wanna see my lokal track?



i hope we can share some good setups

nice track and car you have there
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