Tosolini vs. Me

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Old 02-02-2005, 02:56 PM
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i dont know if it would help to calm any nerves, but ive had something similar happen...only a lot worse. My NTC3 got stuck nose first againt the wall about halfway down the backstretch, there was one other nitro car on the track, I thought the guy would of seen me, but i guess not, he nailed my car going wide open. Now where to start...it broke the woven graphite radio tray in 3 places, bent the center drive shaft, broke the receiver box, bent the 2 speed input shaft, stripped the servo gears, and somehow bent the exhuast header. PLUS...he never once apologized or offered to pay or help fix my car.
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Old 02-02-2005, 02:58 PM
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Ya like all over this forum?
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Old 02-02-2005, 03:01 PM
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do you represent axiom racing or somethin? i just bought one of your tuned chameleons off ebay not to long ago...its a pretty good motor.
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Old 02-02-2005, 03:03 PM
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Originally posted by RCNitroDude999
do you represent axiom racing or somethin? i just bought one of your tuned chameleons off ebay not to long ago...its a pretty good motor.
I represent - yes. I am the owner. Glad you liked the motor. 5 years and still no complaints must be doing something right?
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I heard they are great for drifting?
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LOL
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Old 02-02-2005, 03:06 PM
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do yall tune and sell any low turn mod motors? maybe something like a 9x2 or 10x2?
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man, people here need to grow up. so what? everyone's gotta put their 2 cents in to make themselves feel better by calling pfb names?

let's have intelligent posts here people.
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Originally posted by RCNitroDude999
do yall tune and sell any low turn mod motors? maybe something like a 9x2 or 10x2?
E-mail me at [email protected] so the thread doesnt clog up with business that doesnt relate to thread topic
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I am new to the hobby of RC. However I do know a lot about competitive hobbies because I race slotcars at the professional level much like most of you do in RC. I hope to race RC competitively soon enough. I am not going to bash anyone in this post but I will say one thing in one of the early posts someone stated that a lot of racers take this too seriously. What is wrong with taking a hobby seriously. Sure we all want to have fun but we also want to win. I understand some of us lose tempers. Heck I have done it. We all have. That is life. But the next day you have to look at yourself and say better luck next time. They call it RC and slotcar racing for a reason. We race, we travel, we have fun but we all want to be the one with the trophy or plaque in hand at the end of the day. Much like real autoracers. Taking it seriously is what helps racers win. If you are not going to take it seriously than chances are you will not be at the top. Again no bashing just making a statement.

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Team br00d Racing is my company.......feel free to add me to your don't buy list....

I will always get a horrid attitude when someone tries to extort something from me......


Have a nice day....

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Old 02-02-2005, 03:36 PM
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This thread seems pretty pointless. We've all had other people break our cars, but we pay for the damages ourselves.

If you still have issues you need to resolve, I would contact Tosolini personally before airing your business out in a public forum.

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