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Old 12-01-2011, 10:48 AM   #286
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I just received email confirmation my evo kit has been shipped.

Thanks Josh & Angel.
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i have send 3 email and no answer for the moment ...
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Old 12-01-2011, 11:27 PM   #288
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PLEASE Josh (or a friend of Josh),

can i have a answer concerning my order n 1181 ?!

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Old 12-02-2011, 10:45 AM   #289
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Hi Josh,

Do you know wheter it is possible to fit a larger pulley at the spur end, and what belt would be needed?

When using Tamiya arms, what length universals would be best?
44m or 46m?


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Old 12-02-2011, 01:44 PM   #290
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Received my shipping confirmation !!

Thanks Josh for the update.

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Old 12-04-2011, 01:22 PM   #291
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I got my EVO in the mail yesterday!

I want to thank Josh and his wife for all their hard work to make these kits happen. Im so impressed with the quality of the kit and more than anything Im so impressed with the design. Awesome stuff!
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Was there any instructions included? I am still waiting on mine to arrive.
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Was there any instructions included? I am still waiting on mine to arrive.
No instructions, but it is easy to figure out. If you get lost just pull up the CAD pictures on the CEFX site where you ordered the kit.

The design elements for flex control on this car are awesome. There are also two slots so that you can use the shorty style batteries (losi 22) in either a forward or backward position. I’m so impressed with the design.
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Old 12-05-2011, 12:09 PM   #294
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i have send 3 email and no answer for the moment ...
I ordered mine the first part of October and it showed up 12/3/11.
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I ordered mine the first part of October and it showed up 12/3/11.
You like it Vink? I hope it works for you!
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I'm look at buying a new 12th scale before Christmas, I haven't raced 12th in a year and a half.

I own a Cefx oval car and like it so I was looking at the Cefx Griffin and was wondering how the new one is doing on the track. I used to drive a Speedmerchant rev 4.5 and it was a great car. I would just like to know how the car drives, like can it be driven hard and be forgiving or does it have to be driven very easy.

How does it react to very small changes, and how are all the new machined aluminum parts. I shouldn't be worried about the machine work as all the parts on my Lithium are top notch.

Thanks for any advise on the new 12th. The new Griffin and the new Rev 7 are my only choices for new cars, I just can't decied which one to buy.
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I'm look at buying a new 12th scale before Christmas, I haven't raced 12th in a year and a half.

I own a Cefx oval car and like it so I was looking at the Cefx Griffin and was wondering how the new one is doing on the track. I used to drive a Speedmerchant rev 4.5 and it was a great car. I would just like to know how the car drives, like can it be driven hard and be forgiving or does it have to be driven very easy.

How does it react to very small changes, and how are all the new machined aluminum parts. I shouldn't be worried about the machine work as all the parts on my Lithium are top notch.

Thanks for any advise on the new 12th. The new Griffin and the new Rev 7 are my only choices for new cars, I just can't decied which one to buy.
Can't go wrong either way, both are Sweet cars.
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I had the fastest lap with mine last week. Crashed out of the lead, broke a rear ride height spacer
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I'm look at buying a new 12th scale before Christmas, I haven't raced 12th in a year and a half.

I own a Cefx oval car and like it so I was looking at the Cefx Griffin and was wondering how the new one is doing on the track. I used to drive a Speedmerchant rev 4.5 and it was a great car. I would just like to know how the car drives, like can it be driven hard and be forgiving or does it have to be driven very easy.

How does it react to very small changes, and how are all the new machined aluminum parts. I shouldn't be worried about the machine work as all the parts on my Lithium are top notch.

Thanks for any advise on the new 12th. The new Griffin and the new Rev 7 are my only choices for new cars, I just can't decied which one to buy.
Get one, you'll like it. Josh drives harder than just about anyone I've ever seen. The handling will work for you. The new parts are good too. It takes to small changes well also.
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Josh,

You got a pm and email .. you shipped me the wrong item.
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