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Old 12-01-2005, 09:47 PM   #46
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"TWO WEEKS" was Losi's own personal ad campaign for JRX-S, Scooby might have to pay them royalties to use it.

Associated owns the copyright on "Two Weeks" from the original TC3 release. It was first used in August of 1998....the TC3 came out in November of 1999
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Old 12-01-2005, 09:50 PM   #47
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Already Done My Friend!
Yours is in the mail!
1 for me and 1 for tag . Then you can end production
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Old 12-01-2005, 10:13 PM   #48
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MAN!!!!!!

Reading the stuff in this thread actually had me crying laughing! Seriously!

This is some funny s***!

"chewed gum"...."The-Tuga-War-Traction-Discomfragamation-Effect"...


Innovation is not a laughing matter!
Laugh all you want now, but when my "Ace Team Driver" Napolian Dynamite takes it all at Cleveland, you will all be Sheep!
But then it will be too late. My first 17 shipments are already sold out!

BTW, the "TTWTDE" effect has been bought out by Losi. It will be in the new JRXS-TTWTDE Edition
I am retaining use of the chewed gum as it has become a flagship staple for my cars!
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Old 12-01-2005, 10:15 PM   #49
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1 for me and 1 for tag . Then you can end production
Already Done. Both cars are numbered. "1 of 2" and "2 of 2"
Signed by me and my chief principle designer, Uncle Rico.
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Old 12-01-2005, 11:21 PM   #50
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Critics Already!
Look, they already come with Pre-Chewed Gum to hold down the batteries.
What else do you want from me?
Waoh ! ....that means we won't be getting any ! dun you know we have a BAN on chewing gum here in Sin ?
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Old 12-01-2005, 11:29 PM   #51
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Waoh ! ....that means we won't be getting any ! dun you know we have a BAN on chewing gum here in Sin ?
Ok, You Serious? Sin?
Where are you from, that town in "Footloose" that didn't allow any dancing either?
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Old 12-01-2005, 11:48 PM   #52
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Ok, You Serious? Sin?
Where are you from, that town in "Footloose" that didn't allow any dancing either?
Deadly serious ! .....Sin as in Singapore ! ....its that tiny little red dot on your world Altas at the bottom of "Malaysia".

Dancing ?...oh we have our bartop dancing for senior citizen over the age of 60 to leer at....

Anyway, we are a "FINE" country ! fellow citizens will know how FINE !
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There is no other place on earth like the Orchard Towers.....
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Old 12-02-2005, 12:56 AM   #54
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Wow, What a buzz kill.
My little comedy thread has now turned into "Fine" Singaporians who cannot chew gum and their senior citizens are apparently perverts?

Seriously, no gum chewing huh? Do you get fined or something?
Geez, what to people do instead of chewing gum, smoke?
Is there like a big underground resistance of vigalante Citizens who band together for the sake of gum chewers everywhere
and cause havok around the city by leaving their wadded up gum chunk "mark" all over the city
and rally together to lead singapore to a free slop mouthed, cheek bitten from chewing to much gum society?
VIVA LA RESISTANCE!! *Pop* *chew, chew, chew*
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Old 12-02-2005, 12:57 AM   #55
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Already Done. Both cars are numbered. "1 of 2" and "2 of 2"
Signed by me and my chief principle designer, Uncle Rico.
we'll stock spares and hop-ups, will update website as soon as the parts come in from scooby

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we'll stock spares and hop-ups, will update website as soon as the parts come in from scooby

Steve Wang

Parts should be coming........in "Two Weeks"*!
For now, Steve will just have the Pre-Order page up.


*Phrase used with express written consent of Team Losi and the National Football League.
(what? I don' even get myself right now?)
Alright, I'm going to bed. When I get back, this thread better be dead.
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Old 12-02-2005, 01:16 AM   #57
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I posted this in the T2 thread and thought it would be funny if anybody knows if this has been done or if it is a dumb idea!
I jokingly call it the "SCOOBYDO-FK06-HYBRID"!
I think it's original and innovative. But let's not judge it until it comes out. Who knows, it might be effective. A combination of two drive system might be the answer to a perfect touring car.
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The Australian Version $599 (comes with a carbon fiber Roo Pouch)
Thats something I have always dreamed about having on an RC car..... a Kangaroo Pouch.
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Perhaps I'm just not in a joking mood, however I can't but help see actual genius in this design.

Think about it. You could use the slipper to moderate the amount of front traction coming out of corners. You could eliminate wheelspin and potentially be MUCH faster out of a corner than with any traditional design.

The actual setup on the car would of course be radically different, however I seriously think that this design has actual real-world applications. Think about it. Full scale AWD cars have the ability to modulate and control the amount of front and rear traction put down to the ground. Throw a slipper on the rear spur and you then could control traction bias on both ends. Neither a pure belt nor shaft drivetrain can accomplish this.

I'd seriously remove the drawings and get a patent filed ASAP as this could be the next big thing in RC. If not for onroad, then definately for offroad applications.

No joke...
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Soviet has a point this could be the next big thing in RC. Get that patent filled out ASAP.

U can put me down for the Australian version
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