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Old 07-14-2003, 01:18 PM   #1
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Does anyone know NEO's web site. I am trying to order parts for a saber for a customer and Megatech there North America Distributor doesnt carry what I need. Any help would be great.

PS. I know that NEO's arent the best but he needs the parts.
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Found it. Did one hell of a search on the web. They arent easy to get a hold of. Here is the site if anyone is interested.

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Yeah, that site takes you to the Australian dealer (DSI International).

You could try Calandra Racing. They still have some Neo stuff available. They might have what your looking for.
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This car was the 2000 Australian Champ.



My how times have changed.
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hehe
dont mock!

that car was in competition with the mtx-2 and serpent !

believe it or not
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Yeah,

The Neo cars are a lot better than people give credit for. It was Megatech designing their own cars and rebranding them Neo cars that makes the Neo cars look like crap

When you think about it the real Neo Cars in the 1/8th and 235mm classes were just cheaper (money - not quality) versions of the Serpent Impact and Vector.
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This car was the 2000 Australian Champ.



My how times have changed.
certain parts of this car can be found on a recently released rtr.
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I was not mocking just amazed how far cars have gone in 2-3 years. The NEO was obviously good enough to take the crown at the time!
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Yeah. THe new release RTR is actually a Megatech Razor and not a Neo at all. This is the car I referred to and Megatech has only branded it Neo as a selling point knowing that their name is mud
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Yeah. THe new release RTR is actually a Megatech Razor and not a Neo at all. This is the car I referred to and Megatech has only branded it Neo as a selling point knowing that their name is mud
its not the megatech though, its HB!! notice the fuel tank, receiver casing, drivetrain layout and you realise.......
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You could also try www.dsi-int.com dunno if they can sell u stuff direct but they might be able to atleast point you in the right direction.
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Thanks for all of the responses guys. We actually sat down and looked and most of the parts off of the Vector will fit so I am going to order vector arms and bulks. But I still need neo tires. From what I understand you guys in Australia use Micro Systems Tires but I cant find them anywhere. THat is all I have left to find is tires. Please tell me one of you guys know where to get them.
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Thanks for all of the responses guys. We actually sat down and looked and most of the parts off of the Vector will fit so I am going to order vector arms and bulks. But I still need neo tires. From what I understand you guys in Australia use Micro Systems Tires but I cant find them anywhere. THat is all I have left to find is tires. Please tell me one of you guys know where to get them.
Convert your wheel axle to serpent ones, it fits in nicely. BTW I think you only need the rears, and front is the same.
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Serpent & Picco Integra wheels fit on the front of the Sabre with no mods. For the rear Kyosho Fantom wheels will fit but you need to dremel out a little bit of the rim so the quick release locks into place. My brother in law has Sabre & is too tight to buy wheels for it so he has modifyed some 2nd hand Fantom wheels & they work great, for the front he scabs my old Integra wheels or Serpents off another guy.
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