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Old 09-05-2001, 05:10 AM
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rking: "Seven" is not very popular in Hong Kong but I found that many fresh rc racers will buy this car as an entry level car coz of its durability. I think it's around $1300..1550 and I'm not sure...
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Old 09-05-2001, 07:25 AM
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Default Re: RCLAB Seven 6.0

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would you guys have any information on the RCLab Seven 6.0. I heard that it's built in HK... how is the performance of the car, durability, and what is the price over at Mongkok. Thanks
The Seven 6.0 is a quite durable car. Handling and performance is competitive enough to race against any top of the line car today, like TC3, XXX-S, Pro3 and MR4TC.
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has anyone tried the XXX-S yet? i really want to know how that "plastic" car handle...hehe!!
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Originally posted by Disaster999
has anyone tried the XXX-S yet? i really want to know how that "plastic" car handle...hehe!!
999: this will be my next TC
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Old 09-05-2001, 10:00 AM
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The Seven 6.0 is a quite durable car. Handling and performance is competitive enough to race against any top of the line car today, like TC3, XXX-S, Pro3 and MR4TC.
This car is heavier then most of the TCs
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Old 09-05-2001, 10:01 AM
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Mars: so...what i have to do is like look for swear words, and stuff? and delete the post if its abusive?? cuz i think that there not that much work to do...everyone here seems to be really nice and not much arguing or swearing in here!!

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999, i like plastic cars !!!!
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This car is heavier then most of the TCs
The new version will be lighter, but it will not be available in HK.
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Old 09-05-2001, 06:27 PM
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The new version will be lighter, but it will not be available in HK.
Hee Hee. It doesnt matter. Never think of getting one.
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Hee Hee. It doesnt matter. Never think of getting one.
Hong Kong people never support Hong Kong products.
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I do support HK product !!! I used to have two Xpress .... and sme GPM parts .... haha
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just finish painting my 1/18 M3 body.
do u guys think i should use cap on the ESC for the 1/18 if i run 7.2v ?
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WC: don't worry you know actually how many foreign rc products are made in HK/ by HK companies the rc industry will collapse within HK LOL
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..thanks, dtm and manticore, for the tip.

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Stik- Manticore is right about the o-ring trick. One additional thing you have to check is that when the suspension is fully compressed then the dogbone stills has some freeplay in, otherwise it will bend. Changing to universals will only mean that it is more expensive to replace when you bend them!
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Hong Kong people never support Hong Kong products.
You need to come back and live in hong kong to support hong kong product if you are such desperated.
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