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Old 03-25-2003, 11:34 PM   #1
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Can some1 give the link to NEO kit and tell me who makes NEO.
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Old 03-26-2003, 12:22 AM   #2
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i think thats the nep kit ur talkin about
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Old 03-26-2003, 04:59 AM   #3
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Yeah, Calandra have some parts left for the Neo On-Road cars but not the touring cars as far as I am aware.

For the Touring cars you will have to go to either Megatech in the US or DSI International in Australia.

www.megatechrc.com
www.dsi-int.com.

As for Neo, they are no longer in production so whatever parts are in the shops are all the parts you can get.
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As for Neo, they are no longer in production so whatever parts are in the shops are all the parts you can get.
Why?

What happened?
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They went under due to the decrease in levels of sales in the 90's along with several other companies. The company was bought by some Asian guy living in Australia. He was last heard of in 2000 heading back to his country to start producing parts for the cars but nobody has heard from him since.
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They went under due to the decrease in levels of sales in the 90's along with several other companies. The company was bought by some Asian guy living in Australia. He was last heard of in 2000 heading back to his country to start producing parts for the cars but nobody has heard from him since.
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Just give you a little inside story, the guy who bought NEO is from Taiwan. NEO is originated from taiwan as well and he is now producing cars and parts for one of the most famous electric brand
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That would explain why he didnt continue the Neo brand then. Thanks. I was only going on what I was told by the Neo distributor in Australia.

Do you have any contact details for this guy. I would like to get in touch with him myself.

But I was always under the impression Neo originated from Holland and was just produced in Taiwan like most other kits. It would explain why they were originally designed around the Serpent cars.
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Well, that is too bad to hear because they seem
to produce pretty good RC Parts.

Not that I have personally used a lot of them but
when Smitty set me up on the coversion of my Yoke
to the NEO Centax and Two Speed, the car went
thru a big transformation as far as delivery of power
is concerned..

Hope they continue to at least have some major parts
like these still available for guys who still use them like
myself.
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