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Old 02-11-2005, 11:35 PM   #2071
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the hand in the picture is mine so i got to hold the jrx-s before anyone else thats not a team driver hehehe
I don't know how this got past me...LOL........Just to be a prick im going to have to say, I was the first non team driver....LOL......and to add more to it, I was the first to turn on a JRX-S.....LOL...I went and met with mark dawson, in November, and shot video........SO naananananaaaana!...ROFLMOA
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I don't know how this got past me...LOL........Just to be a prick im going to have to say, I was the first non team driver....LOL......and to add more to it, I was the first to turn on a JRX-S.....LOL...I went and met with mark dawson, in November, and shot video........SO naananananaaaana!...ROFLMOA
November? Beat ya by two months kiddo...
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Old 02-12-2005, 09:31 AM   #2073
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is there any relase date yet
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Old 02-12-2005, 09:47 AM   #2074
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is there any relase date yet
Seems like the Losi guys are going to have to finish up at the Snowbirds this weekend before we get any official word.

Would like to be driving mine before the California carpet champions at Stockton on March 11-13.
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Europeans seem to pay a bit more for American products
JRX-S special pre-order price here is 395 EUR, that is about 506 USD with current exchange rate. No idea what normal street price will be, but I guess it's going to be somewhere near 450 EUR (~ 575 USD).

Good example about current street prices is LRP Pulsar 2 charger, that costs ~ 160-170 USD in US. Here normal street price is 240 EUR, that is ~ 308 USD.

Availability depends from importer's / reseller's actions. If they know that some product is coming (they are up to date what's happening), then product will be available couple weeks after US (shipping etc), but if something gets released in US and local people here realize that "hey we need to get those" - meaning that they haven't pre-ordered, then naturally it will take a bit longer while. For example there is no stores selling Ko Propo VFS-1 or any GP3700 cells (any matcher) at the moment even tho we have importers for those manufacturers..

Sadly I must say that also some manufacturers do prioritize US hobby shops before European importers. This means that even some importer tries to order some product, they just simply cannot get it. For example if some new product has came into market and 15 shops from US have ordered those into stock, let's say total of 500pcs. Our importer orders 100pcs of them. Some manufacturers in this case delivers all 500pcs of them into US and none here, until they have shipped all 500pcs locally.
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You guys are competing to see who was the first to hold someone else's. I just want to hold one! One of my own that is!
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Old 02-12-2005, 10:58 AM   #2077
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Well... Now that the Xray pics are out I'm 90% positive on the losi... Although I may pick up a used FK when everyone starts dumping them.....

Look out... I'm coming to the dark side... Hahahaha.....

I found old mags when BK ran for AE, he still looks the same....
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Old 02-12-2005, 11:10 AM   #2078
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November? Beat ya by two months kiddo...
...LOL...I knew that would bring you out of the wood work
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the hand in the picture is mine so i got to hold the jrx-s before anyone else thats not a team driver hehehe
Uhm, You do know that other people have held the JRXS both at Chicago Hobby show, and at the Worlds.
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and the competition is getting think
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...LOL...I knew that would bring you out of the wood work
Wow! How close you are to what I was doing...

I was in Scotland last week and got to try my hand driving TC on a hardwood gym floor in Penicuik (near Edinburgh). Talk about roll into the throttle with what we would call a drift car on that flooring! But still, those Scotlanders had something fun there.

On the flight back, I picked up a nasty virus and haven't been able to muster up enough strength to race. Maybe next week.
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Uhm, You do know that other people have held the JRXS both at Chicago Hobby show, and at the Worlds.
Easily beat those two events.

Does this mean that I will get it last???
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Old 02-12-2005, 03:25 PM   #2084
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When the JRXS is released I will gladly send one to any euro courntry, for the US price plus shipping, just as a favor. It would ship from california, and It would roughly be about $425 USD shipped. This is only an offer for this car. Anything else, I'm sorry...
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JRX-S special pre-order price here is 395 EUR, that is about 506 USD with current exchange rate. No idea what normal street price will be, but I guess it's going to be somewhere near 450 EUR (~ 575 USD).

Good example about current street prices is LRP Pulsar 2 charger, that costs ~ 160-170 USD in US. Here normal street price is 240 EUR, that is ~ 308 USD.

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What happened to the JRXS.net website i cant get on
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