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Old 07-13-2002, 10:31 AM
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1/4 size of PYC!!! that sounds like a micro track!!!

what to do DTM...
singapore is smalll. so we have small track.
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Old 07-13-2002, 10:40 AM
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1/4 size of PYC!!! that sounds like a micro track!!!

Why bother replacing....just get a Quantum...6 months of running in water and getting new!!....prices have dropped to compete with the Futaba 800MC!!!
so fall into the range of 8xx ??
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Old 07-13-2002, 11:59 AM
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Originally posted by ernestf


so fall into the range of 8xx ??
aiya..get a new V12 lor..hehe...650 only!
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Old 07-13-2002, 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by Jack

what to do DTM...
singapore is smalll. so we have small track.
You guys have BIG flats......but small tracks!!! Someone has mixed up their priorities!!!!!!
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Old 07-13-2002, 12:21 PM
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Originally posted by ernestf


so fall into the range of 8xx ??
$9xx but you get the 6 months free replacement (once!)...providing you don't re-solder the original wires!!
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Old 07-14-2002, 08:26 AM
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Originally posted by dtm


You guys have BIG flats......but small tracks!!! Someone has mixed up their priorities!!!!!!
so do you prefer bigger flats or bigger tracks?

u guys were at jurong?
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Old 07-14-2002, 08:33 AM
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Originally posted by hurhur


so do you prefer bigger flats or bigger tracks?

u guys were at jurong?
Small flats...big tracks sounds fine to me....less to tidy up at home!!!
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Old 07-14-2002, 08:43 AM
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Small flats...big tracks sounds fine to me....less to tidy up at home!!!
given a chance, u will make the track your home.
btw, how do you do the masking for the curvy parts on your car body? i followed your advice and got the tamiya tapes..all 3 sizes, 6mm, 10mm and 16mm.
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Originally posted by dtm


$9xx but you get the 6 months free replacement (once!)...providing you don't re-solder the original wires!!
Oh yeah? I bought one but replaced the original wires already. They're too heavy and thick. I put it on my type T (yes, finally got one). Ah, the S9550 servo is superb too.

Touch wood. why should I expect a replacement?
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hurhur, yes, jurong is the place where i said goodbye to my belove V12. it worked so great on my YM34 for the past year, it is time for a new ESC.
flats here are a lot bigger than in HK, but not the tracks ....... never mind, they are free of charge ! at least lower the everyday cost of RC have to be careful so i dont break parts (or electronics, touch wood) again.

i am still changing the setting of my YM34 to fit in the small track here !
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Originally posted by ernestf
hurhur, yes, jurong is the place where i said goodbye to my belove V12. it worked so great on my YM34 for the past year, it is time for a new ESC.
flats here are a lot bigger than in HK, but not the tracks ....... never mind, they are free of charge ! at least lower the everyday cost of RC have to be careful so i dont break parts (or electronics, touch wood) again.

i am still changing the setting of my YM34 to fit in the small track here !
you should have visit the track at East Coast...that will be BIG!!
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Old 07-14-2002, 09:51 AM
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Originally posted by hurhur


given a chance, u will make the track your home.
btw, how do you do the masking for the curvy parts on your car body? i followed your advice and got the tamiya tapes..all 3 sizes, 6mm, 10mm and 16mm.
Curves are easy.......just use one of those 'scapel' knives (not the ones with the snap off blades) with seriously sharp blades. Lightly cut .....very lightly cut....actually...practice on some scrap lexan! easy to cut the lexan too much!!
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Originally posted by hurhur


given a chance, u will make the track your home.
btw, how do you do the masking for the curvy parts on your car body? i followed your advice and got the tamiya tapes..all 3 sizes, 6mm, 10mm and 16mm.
I use to have a Scaletrix track in my house in the UK.....completely filled my 20 x 11 ft conservatory......permanent setup.....that was FUN!!!!! Shame Mini Z weren't around in those days!!!!
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Old 07-14-2002, 09:55 AM
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Originally posted by Diva


Oh yeah? I bought one but replaced the original wires already. They're too heavy and thick. I put it on my type T (yes, finally got one). Ah, the S9550 servo is superb too.

Touch wood. why should I expect a replacement?
I've seen plenty go up in smoke....do what Uncle Chan does and use tape to seal up those adjustment holes!!!!!
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Old 07-14-2002, 09:56 AM
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Originally posted by ernestf
hurhur, yes, jurong is the place where i said goodbye to my belove V12. it worked so great on my YM34 for the past year, it is time for a new ESC.
flats here are a lot bigger than in HK, but not the tracks ....... never mind, they are free of charge ! at least lower the everyday cost of RC have to be careful so i dont break parts (or electronics, touch wood) again.

i am still changing the setting of my YM34 to fit in the small track here !
BIG Flats.... more room for more RC Cars!!!!!!!
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