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Old 08-14-2002, 09:26 PM   #16
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KINGZJ, I can understand what you mean about people bringing way too much with. And I'm as guilty of it as the next guy. I bring almost everything I own with to the track, but I think I've got some good reasons for it. If it's always with me, I always know where it is when I need it. If I decide I want something, but I decided to leave it at home, I'm screwed (I'd rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it) Also, stuff like my dyno... other people use it more than I do alot of the time! Anytime it's out, I'll dyno motors for people as long as I'm not busy at the moment doing something else. I bring all my motors and tires with, because when I go there on practice days, I TRY STUFF! And there again, if somebody new (or someone who runs alot) is struggling, and it appears they've got the wrong tires or motor, or whatever, I'll loan them a set for a pack or two, so they can decide if those are the right ones to buy or not. This stuff's too expensive, if I've got something that somebody is about to spend $50 on to just experiment, why not just let them experiment with something I already own, and that I'm not using?

I'm not in any way trying to say that you don't help others out too, I'm just saying why I bring a ton of equipment with to the track.
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Im not sure if it's availible in the US yet or not, as i haven't seen anything other than this picture:
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Old 08-16-2002, 03:11 PM   #18
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Looks alot like the Trinity bag, hopefully a real zipper though...
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Old 08-16-2002, 03:28 PM   #19
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Im not sure if it's availible in the US yet or not, as i haven't seen anything other than this picture:
I think i still have a bag like that, except it's ofna
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Old 08-16-2002, 03:54 PM   #20
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here is the best bag i have had and been using it for sometime now.
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Old 08-16-2002, 04:09 PM   #21
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Hey Ko... Do you have a pic of that body with the flames in the background?

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Old 08-16-2002, 04:27 PM   #22
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here you go
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The best bag by far is the Yokomo bag. The access to the internal boxes is better than any other. The next one is the associated. my .02 cents
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Old 08-16-2002, 05:45 PM   #24
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Hey...that's my bag!!!!
It's not available in the US. HPI doesn't have plans to import it in, they said if they do..the price will be sky high and no one will buy them. The bag cost about $50.00 and shipping from Japan is about $30.00... so you can see why it's expensive. The outershell is heavyduty nylon with rubber feets at the bottom. Boxes are corregated w/handles on them. Has side pockets on both side to carry mags or literatures etc.

For those interested in getting one you can get them through RainbowTen in Japan.
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zombies - I saw it on HPI's website while reading this thread ( multi-tasking... woo! ). So i was like...Cool! Grabbed the image and posted it.
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I don't like any of the box/bags. Nothing seems to fit right in them and if you want something from the lower box you have to take out the other two to get at it, you also have to guess what box holds what your looking for.
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I don't have to guess, I know what's in each box of mine, as well as exactly what parts & tools are in my tackle box(but that's just the way I am)....
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