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Old 10-21-2013, 04:27 PM
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WOW All I can say right now is First is Thank you JQ for all your hard work dedication and support of your products and the support and of your customers.
And second "I WANT ONE".
Does anyone else feel the same way?
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Old 10-21-2013, 05:18 PM
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Yes, ME !

The car looks to be top notch and his quality is good. With that being said as well as the customer support, we should all support JQ over some of these larger companies. I've said it once and will say it again. He has done more in his short years of production than larger companies have in multiple years.

Non-stop testing, some of the best videos, JQ isn't a snob and actually has an approachable personality. What's not to like ?
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Me too
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Well said Greg B thanks for your input.
I think we should all show JQ some support.
If you use his products or not. I think he still deserves thanks and support for setting a standard of service above all of the big companys that have had many years to provide.
JQ has done more as far as developing his car and his company and and his marketing and addressing any problems than any i have seen in the last ten years. Thank you JQ and please keep up the good work.


p.s. I know someone will think I am
trying to get something but, I am not
I just want to give credit where credit is due
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From the videos and the pictures, seems like he took a lot from the Kyosho MP9. If it drives to 80% of a K car, it will sell well. I like the center diff and multiple camber link adjustments, both front and back.

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Originally Posted by hookem34 View Post
If the it drives to 80% of a K car, it will sell well.
It's much better than that.
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I had one of the very first edition car's and i could not take enough steering out nor get enough rear grip. Good to finally see JQ has acknowledged this and revised the car to suit those of us who don't have cat like reflexes
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:40 AM
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Can't wait not long till I get mine
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A car with a kyosho handling and xray quality that I allways dreamed of
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I don't think the Kyosho had superior handling at all
You should see them all struggle at our track
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nothing kyosho has ever did impressed me much.too high of price for the wear and tear of the car.jq has impressed me a lot with what he's done in 3 years.I loved the first edition car and figure the white edition will be even better.
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Come on November. I really want to try this new car. I have high expectations for it.
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I am looking forward to doing an electric conversion to one, already have it on pre-order. Unfortunately not much nitro racing around here anymore. Everyone is running electric now.
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That's too bad speed freak,I love nitro.
its about 70% to 30% here in ohio
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Ugh, an electric focused outdoor race scene must suck

Nitro is where it's at. In my opinion 1/8 scale should be all about nitro, while 1/10 should be the electrics.

On another note, this kit looks pretty cool! IMO a solid alternative to a Kyosho if you can't face dropping the few extra $ for the TKI3. Very similar design characteristics with some smart design decisions. Especially the sealed dif cases etc. Looks like a good all-around performer too.
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