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Old 11-11-2006, 05:18 PM   #1
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BTech-RC is very well known in Europe for their quality engineered products. I use them in my MTX4.

Anyone interested in these products can view the info on the BTECH site.

Come's from France, and I obtained the North American distributorship so we are very much interested in USA dealers picking up some of these items.

We also do retail sales.

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Old 12-14-2006, 04:24 PM   #2
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Thumbs up Got new BTech-RC parts arrivals !!

Got new BTech-RC parts arrivals !!
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Old 12-14-2006, 05:43 PM   #3
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It's good to know that you guys got the distributorship. I've heard very good things about this company.

It's also nice to know that they chose good, honest and well informed people that are in the hobby.

Just wondering, have they started anything for the G4 or G4s?
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Hi Canuck,
have you also been running the B-Teck RC tyres?
how do they compare with other manufacturers for grip, tyre wear and chunking resistance?
the pic of the tyre looks like its got a strong rim design.
do they come in other colours and different offsets?
i also like the idea of a sealed container as these can be reused
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Hi Joe, I have not run the tyres yet. Up here it's winter in Montreal and we are waiting for the new season to begin this spring.

I agree, the container is great for preserving the shore rating.
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Hi Charlie,
Thanks for good words.
We love that hobby, we sold only what we use.
We choose only the best.

BTech-RC made parts for Mugen MTX-4, Serpent 720 and Kyosho RRR.

BTech-RC 1/10 foam tires will be in Shore 37, 40, 42, 45.
In Red rim, 0 offset, very strong rim !

BTech-Rc have a very good reputation in Europe.
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Tires are not available.
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