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Old 12-22-2009, 02:39 AM
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I have been using the 1st generation which was very good fitting but I must say the newer once I used for the mbx6 seems to be loose around the outer when the screws are tighten all the way in.

a shame!!!!
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Originally Posted by muaythai View Post
I have been using the 1st generation which was very good fitting but I must say the newer once I used for the mbx6 seems to be loose around the outer when the screws are tighten all the way in.

a shame!!!!
I have had absolutely NO PROBLEMS with my Gen 2 DE plate. Try doing a search for DE before starting a thread just to bash a great company. If you can't figure it out, just PM me and I can go through it with you. You can find all kinds of helpful information that has already been discussed....its pretty neat!!
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Originally Posted by muaythai View Post
I have been using the 1st generation which was very good fitting but I must say the newer once I used for the mbx6 seems to be loose around the outer when the screws are tighten all the way in.

a shame!!!!
+1 on what revrace said
I have had no Prob with De racing plate 1st or 2nd gen products.
Im sure if you contact De Racing they will do what they can to make it right . Try doing that before you start to bash a company
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+1 on what revrace said
I have had no Prob with De racing plate 1st or 2nd gen products.
Im sure if you contact De Racing they will do what they can to make it right . Try doing that before you start to bash a company


its not bashing you little girls. I have emailed them. and stating what I find with the latest plates.

the 1st generation were brilliant if that makes your panties wet
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Originally Posted by revrace View Post
I have had absolutely NO PROBLEMS with my Gen 2 DE plate. Try doing a search for DE before starting a thread just to bash a great company. If you can't figure it out, just PM me and I can go through it with you. You can find all kinds of helpful information that has already been discussed....its pretty neat!!
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+1 on what revrace said
I have had no Prob with De racing plate 1st or 2nd gen products.
Im sure if you contact De Racing they will do what they can to make it right . Try doing that before you start to bash a company

I concur.
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Originally Posted by muaythai View Post
its not bashing you little girls. I have emailed them. and stating what I find with the latest plates.

the 1st generation were brilliant if that makes your panties wet
Wow.... your maturity pretty obvious by the childish name calling. What are you....12 ?? I sure hope you have a clue about "muay thai" as your name suggests. Seems with an attitude like that you will need it someday.
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Wow.... your maturity pretty obvious by the childish name calling. What are you....12 ?? I sure hope you have a clue about "muay thai" as your name suggests. Seems with an attitude like that you will need it someday.
i do actually. my therapist recommended playing with toy cars as a release of stress. sorry to break your heart.
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Muaythai,

Sorry to hear about your problem with DE products. To start a thread to bash someones products is really a waste of time when you have stated that you have already emailed the company to let them know your feelings. To bash other people for doing the same thing you just did is kinda lame bro. D.E. is a great company that stands behind their products 100 percent. The problem you are having sounds like you used an impact gun to install your skid plates. Take it easy on the toughguy attitude and you will get alot more help around here.

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i do actually. my therapist recommended playing with toy cars as a release of stress. sorry to break your heart.
You didn't break my heart at all. RC is a great way to relieve stress as is Muay Thai. Maybe that is why you started this redundant, pointless thread...to releave some stress. I would have just waited for DE to help me out as I am sure they would. I can't believe we have two things in common (Muay Thai and RC). I think our similarities end there though.
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You didn't break my heart at all. RC is a great way to relieve stress as is Muay Thai. Maybe that is why you started this redundant, pointless thread...to releave some stress. I would have just waited for DE to help me out as I am sure they would. I can't believe we have two things in common (Muay Thai and RC). I think our similarities end there though.
maybe you could be a use your pointless view point and offer help ???

as alot of people HERE would have then blame me for bashing

may be you heard this before, but lets do it again

IF YOU GOT NOTHING NICE TO SAY THEN DONT SAY!
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For those of us that run the DE stuff, we already know what to expect from DE. For those that don't run it but are curious, I suggest you just get the product and see for yourself. If you need more info, there are other threads that cover this. If you want to flame DE, thats your opinion. If you don't like people flaming DE, don't post and keep moving it to the top.

My opinion on DE is they have a great product. I do know if you overtighten the screws, you just destroyed a skid. I don't like the rear skids as much as the front.
My 2 cents, take it or leave it and go on.
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Originally Posted by muaythai View Post
maybe you could be a use your pointless view point and offer help ???

as alot of people HERE would have then blame me for bashing

may be you heard this before, but lets do it again

IF YOU GOT NOTHING NICE TO SAY THEN DONT SAY!
If I could make sense of what you just said, I would respond.

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........ If you don't like people flaming DE, don't post and keep moving it to the top.
Good point, but I am not sure if I can hold back.
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DON'T OVERTIGHTEN YOUR BULKHEAD SCREWS!
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DON'T OVERTIGHTEN YOUR BULKHEAD SCREWS!
AND...

Make sure you are using a new chassis. These are not meant as a "repair" or "band-aid" for an already worn chassis.
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so u dont recommend the de racing plates on a chassis that has about 2 gallons run on it? do u think the chassis would be to worn.
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