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Old 08-03-2004, 10:33 PM   #1591
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Did you really sell out the Novak trays again. It did not seem like they were ever on the website.
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Did you really sell out the Novak trays again. It did not seem like they were ever on the website.
Yeah we did they all went over night...we have more on backorder though, hopefully novak will send them soon

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The Rayspeed one needs a seperate power supply correct? My charger is ac/dc so i still have not bought a power supply and really would rather not. I like that the novak comes with a wall plug.
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Hi Steve

Paul from Switzerland here... how's it going? Did you have chance to go thru my email about the SD spool?

Thanks!
Looking forward to hear from you,

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Paul from Switzerland here... how's it going? Did you have chance to go thru my email about the SD spool?

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I got it yesterday, you'll get an email from me today.

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Hi Guys,

here's what's new at Speed Tech R/C:

SpeedWay Pal drift bodies are back in stock

Alex Racing Hop-ups and spare parts are in stock (new hop-ups!)

Speed Tech R/C Strapping tapes are back in stock (new colors available!)

SpeedWay Pal drift car accessories are back in stock (including new light kit)

New Section! R/C Video and DVDs are in stock

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where is the differenc between the cuda parts: A6306 and A6709?
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Hi Steve,

thanks for the update... talk to you soon!

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where is the differenc between the cuda parts: A6306 and A6709?
thx
They are both hard material, but the 6306's rear hub carrier is the R3 version (lower roll center) while the A6709 is hte R2 version. Also, the 6306 specified that it's a 5 deg. caster block (which lead me to believe the A6709 might be a 7 deg. caster block or something other than 5 deg.)

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Hi Stevetech. I received the package yesterday and just in time. Thanks again for the el-rapido service.

I tested Chris Lim's Bugatti (others called it the buka#@...)body last weekend with mixed results. Perhaps it may have been the mishappened front end , from one too many impacts, or the cut down wing that made the car feel "pushy-loose". The body does help do some curb riding around the sweeper/carousel and looks like a pan car going through the Esses. Hopefully I'll have mine ready for this weekend for some pre-race testing...if not, Stratus2 or Mazda6.

I've got a quick question. Can you please bring a roll of blue tape with you to the KO Grand Prix. My roll is getting dangerously small and I would like to re-up on the blue bling. I'll pack extra Rockstars for you as compensation for shipping and handling
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Hi Stevetech. I received the package yesterday and just in time. Thanks again for the el-rapido service.

I tested Chris Lim's Bugatti (others called it the buka#@...)body last weekend with mixed results. Perhaps it may have been the mishappened front end , from one too many impacts, or the cut down wing that made the car feel "pushy-loose". The body does help do some curb riding around the sweeper/carousel and looks like a pan car going through the Esses. Hopefully I'll have mine ready for this weekend for some pre-race testing...if not, Stratus2 or Mazda6.

I've got a quick question. Can you please bring a roll of blue tape with you to the KO Grand Prix. My roll is getting dangerously small and I would like to re-up on the blue bling. I'll pack extra Rockstars for you as compensation for shipping and handling
believe it or not rod.. thats the actual size of the wing.. pretty small huh? i think the side pieces might have affected handling. (the one that attach the wing to the body)... the tape on the front fender doesnt help either. go ahead and chuck that body when your done with it, i'll have a new one painted up.
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(which lead me to believe the A6709 might be a 7 deg. caster block or something other than 5 deg.)

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i always thought the r2 stock caster was 5°
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Hi Stevetech. I received the package yesterday and just in time. Thanks again for the el-rapido service.

I tested Chris Lim's Bugatti (others called it the buka#@...)body last weekend with mixed results. Perhaps it may have been the mishappened front end , from one too many impacts, or the cut down wing that made the car feel "pushy-loose". The body does help do some curb riding around the sweeper/carousel and looks like a pan car going through the Esses. Hopefully I'll have mine ready for this weekend for some pre-race testing...if not, Stratus2 or Mazda6.

I've got a quick question. Can you please bring a roll of blue tape with you to the KO Grand Prix. My roll is getting dangerously small and I would like to re-up on the blue bling. I'll pack extra Rockstars for you as compensation for shipping and handling
Rod, I think you´re talking about the Chevron Bugatti right?
Chevron makes different wings. The one delivered with the Bugatti is the Wing C. There is an other wing with more downforce it´s the wing D. R10 is the only shop I found selling this wing. In the wing kit there are two wings. One is a straight version the other one is a curved version
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