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Old 12-01-2005, 06:11 PM   #1
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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, 06:13 PM   #2
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Interesting, lol
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Old 12-01-2005, 06:14 PM   #3
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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, 06:16 PM   #4
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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......
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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Old 12-01-2005, 06:25 PM   #5
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lmaooo ya if hes says its a copy, then it must be
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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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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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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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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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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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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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