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Old 12-01-2005, 05:11 PM
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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"!

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Old 12-01-2005, 05:13 PM
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Interesting, lol
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Old 12-01-2005, 05:14 PM
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patric just pmed me and told me to check out this thread and look at the newest copy cat car so here I am....... ya this is a copy too patric......
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Old 12-01-2005, 05:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Mdoc
patric just pmed me and told me to check out this thread and look at the newest copy cat car so here I am....... ya this is a copy too patric......
Man your starting to fight across threads!!
Tell Patrick hes damn right its copy cat!!
I'm not sure from where, but I'm sure I stole it!
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lmaooo ya if hes says its a copy, then it must be
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Old 12-01-2005, 05:28 PM
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I like it,

as long as you can make the power transfer efficient, I can the main benefit as being the ability to mount the other components in different areas of the car
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Old 12-01-2005, 05:31 PM
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i was thinking of a design like that meselft... Vey cool.... u wont strip the front gears but have quick pull off in the rear
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Old 12-01-2005, 05:42 PM
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mdoc, if your going to take lame shots at me, the least you can do is spell my name correctly. Or maybe that's asking too much. Tard.
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Sorry to break the news guys.
But after 39 minutes.................I have released a "Version 2"
I know, I'm worse than Tamiya!
Parts are not backwords campatible, there will be no parts support for "V1"
AND You cannot use any old hop ups with the new version!

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haha nice idea
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Originally Posted by patrick
mdoc, if your going to take lame shots at me, the least you can do is spell my name correctly. Or maybe that's asking too much. Tard.
I just didnt want to spell it quite the same as you do so you wouldnt call me a copy cat speller....now go back to bed lil man...
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THis is certainly one shaft that got belted!
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how much?
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Originally Posted by tc4kid191
how much?
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)
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Originally Posted by scoobydo
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)
I see you have battery slots....but....will the Canadian team have enough space to hold my sled-dogs???
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