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  • About Tony Newland
    Location
    Nevada
    Country of Residence
    US
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    Klinik RC - KlinikRC.com Custom Anodized Titanium Hardware, Turnbuckles and Elite Racing Parts Racetec Engines, Exhaust and Engine Tools

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  • Last Activity: 05-08-2024 10:20 AM
  • Join Date: 05-12-2005
  • Referrals: 3

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  1. 01-20-2011 06:43 PM - permalink
    Tony,

    I just put a CAt SX2 together with a 13.5. I copied your set up and gearing. What settings were you useing on the ESC ? boost/turbo..etc ?

    thanks
    Mike
  2. bigben1165
    12-21-2010 08:41 AM - permalink
    hey Tony
    the address i tried to return a product to for fastrcpart is:
    Felix Leighter
    Fastrcparts
    po box 3173
    nashua, NH 03061

    hope that helps
  3. 12-08-2010 08:54 PM - permalink
    Hey Tony,

    Do you own DiscountRCStore.com? I'm having trouble finding info about it, thought it might be yours.
  4. 11-26-2010 06:20 PM - permalink
    hello...I am a new member .Want to be friends !Do you think winter will be cold feet, so you need to have a pair of warm shoes, so you have a warm winter.Today, as people demand more and more fashionable shoes UGG shoes and accessories vary greatly in the types and colors. rubber boots, because I pretty much dominate the fashion trend and tend to exceed short boots classic cardy ugg boots
  5. Tony Newland
    09-19-2010 11:29 PM - permalink
    Im not sure what the problem is that your experiencing, I'm using all stock and its been great...
  6. 09-08-2010 05:13 AM - permalink
    WHATS UP TONY I TRIED TO LEAVE A COUPLE M ORE QUESTIONS ABOUT LENTH OF ENGINE MOUNT SCREWS. I UNDER STAND WHAT YOUR SAYING ABOUT THE MOUNTING SYSTEM. THE SCREWS THAT CAME WITH MY BUGGY FOR MOUNTING THE ENGINE TO THE CHASSIS EASILY STRIPPED LIKE THEY WERE SOFT METAL.THEY STRIPPED THE FIRST TIME I TIGHTENED THEM. ALSO I RUN THE CAR STOCK FOR NOW LOOKING TO GET MOR MID TO EXIT TURN .GOT AS FAR AS PUTTING THE SHOCKS IN ON THE ARMS ,HELPED a little. thanks for advice
  7. Tony Newland
    07-09-2010 10:12 AM - permalink
    Done deal
  8. -WHEELMAN-
    07-07-2010 04:52 PM - permalink
    Tony I need your 13.5 Tekin motor but I need a quick sale let me know if we can make this happen. Thanks man!
  9. 06-06-2010 06:57 PM - permalink
    Hi, I've been a Mugen mbx5T guy for a couple years and am looking at changing. I've been reading a lot of reveiws on the better truggy rollers out there these days and the D8T has caught my attention. Reading the forum it looks like you have a great deal of experience with this truggy. I've always run the O.S. 28XZ with a JP4 pipe in my mbx5T and have been happy with it. What motor have you had the best experience with in the D8T and what pipe did you match with it? Thanks for the advice.
  10. NDHotbodies
    03-05-2010 04:43 PM - permalink
    Tony D8t not sold yet, give me a call @ 701-483-7830, 701-290-6217, or e-mail @ [email protected].. am very interested in all Thanks, Kevin Guthrie

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