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Old 12-01-2005, 07:39 PM   #16
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I see you have battery slots....but....will the Canadian team have enough space to hold my sled-dogs???
Absolutley. However, it is a hop up.
It comes with a new set of front bulkeads that are reinforced for the harness.
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The Iraq Version is $450 (Its actually a rally Version for Sand Racing)
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:04 PM   #18
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ETA!?!?
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:12 PM   #19
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ETA!?!?
Jesus you people are impatiant!
I have 7 versions to produce!
It will be out when its out!
Or you can just e-mail our Customer Support Line at:
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:13 PM   #20
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I like the rally one! (naturally)
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:20 PM   #21
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The US Version is $699 (Triple Diff)
The UK Version is $799 (One Way/Spool)
The Japanese Version is $549
The Australian Version $599 (comes with a carbon fiber Roo Pouch)
The Cuban Version is $499 (A carbon Fiber Cigar/Transponder Holder)
The Canadian Version $650 (Mini Spikes for Ice Racing)
The Iraq Version is $450 (Its actually a rally Version for Sand Racing)
And Finally The Taiwanese Version is $12.50 (All Composite. I have Cheap Labor there)
Can you make a chinese version too? Labor is even cheaper so you can add some more alum and cf parts.
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hhhmm looks interesteing would like to see a mock up of this...maybe the new idea for the B4 AWD buggy??
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:38 PM   #23
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hhhmm looks interesteing would like to see a mock up of this...maybe the new idea for the B4 AWD buggy??
What are you talking about? It is in Production?.........what?......Yes Mother!..
....I know, I will tell them!........Mother, Stop It!........They were posting for me not you........alright!
The voice of my mother in my head says I have to kill you Psycho Style.

Seriously, I never thought about it being offroad, but it might be an interesting concept. Maybe a Buggy!
Maybe I will get some used TC3's and other belt driven old cars and mock something up!
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Might be a good idea to include the graphite battery holders and a roll of tape as well? and also a DIY anodising kit with all the popular dyes included.
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ROFL This is way too funny! Taiwanese version.....haha! Do you have any problems with torque steer??
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The US Version is $699 (Triple Diff)
The UK Version is $799 (One Way/Spool)
The Japanese Version is $549
The Australian Version $599 (comes with a carbon fiber Roo Pouch)
The Cuban Version is $499 (A carbon Fiber Cigar/Transponder Holder)
The Canadian Version $650 (Mini Spikes for Ice Racing)
The Iraq Version is $450 (Its actually a rally Version for Sand Racing)
And Finally The Taiwanese Version is $12.50 (All Composite. I have Cheap Labor there)
How do I get the rights to be the main distributor in Australia. Can I just grey import them from Taiwan and make a profit of $580+ a kit
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:41 PM   #27
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Might be a good idea to include the graphite battery holders and a roll of tape as well? and also a DIY anodising kit with all the popular dyes included.
Critics Already!
Look, they already come with Pre-Chewed Gum to hold down the batteries.
What else do you want from me?
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:43 PM   #28
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How do I get the rights to be the main distributor in Australia. Can I just grey import them from Taiwan and make a profit of $580+ a kit
No, You can't.
Each version has a region attached to it. If you try to run the Taiwanese version (region 7) in Australia (Region 4), it simply will explode in a million pieces.
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I'm waiting for the 3.0
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Old 12-01-2005, 08:45 PM   #30
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I'm waiting for the 3.0
You and many others my friend!
Just Two Words........Split Chassis.
Nuf Said Everything on the 3.0 is hush hush still.
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