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Old 08-03-2003, 03:16 PM   #1
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How are the Anodizing jobs done on 3racing products?

are they almost flawless? Or do buyers often encounter problems with the 3Racing parts?

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Not for me B, I do have alot 3Racing part on my V1RR, everything look fine. The Parts fit nicely and the machine part is fine. Don't know others...
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The parts that I have are of excellent quality but I noticed that the anodizing is of the "Sorta hard anodize" variety.
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Old 08-04-2003, 03:58 AM   #4
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How are the Anodizing jobs done on 3racing products?

are they almost flawless? Or do buyers often encounter problems with the 3Racing parts?

inputs much appreciated
I am using alot of 3racing products for my v-one-rr. works great for me.

I found that the uni-shafts are much stronger than others . . (maybe I don't crash so often) :-)

Overall I think it's good value for money. .

ps : and look nice !!
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ive heard a few people complain here about their strength and quality, but i believe most of those people are mistaking the parts for titanuim since the anod. looks very close to that of ti. working in a shop that carries the parts, ive been able to hold them in my hand and i believe they are very nice parts. machined to the highest quality with no flaws that i can pick out.
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I only have their NTC3 chassis and it is built like a tank. I can't even imagine what kind of hit it would take to bend it but whateve kinf of hit that is, it would destroy the rest of the car
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I have a MTX-3 and I am very happy with all the 3-racing parts. I would say the quality rivals Kawahara, almost. I have the pulleys, metal supports, flywheel and gear housings and I am very happy. They are not like kfactory junk.
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