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Old 08-20-2003, 06:07 PM   #151
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Aren't you the same guy that bitched and moaned on the NTC3 forum that AE makes crap because you stripped a lot of their screws when assembling your NTC3 even though you used "Hudy" tools!?!?!
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Yep that's him, he was probably using his 18v electric drill with the wrong fitting, and not Hudy tools like he claimed. He seems to have major problems with nuts, screws, and screwing things in. The only screwing he is good at, is screwing things up period
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Yep that's him, he was probably using his 18v electric drill with the wrong fitting, and not Hudy tools like he claimed. He seems to have major problems with nuts, screws, and screwing things in. The only screwing he is good at, is screwing things up period
lego is the right toy for him ! it needs no nuts and bolt and he cannot use his power drill so there is no defective parts at all and no complaint.
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chorner go away no one cares it sounds like you deserve what you got
Some people should take up a new hobby if you can't build a r/c car maybe you should go play golf!!!!
Doggone it! Please, not golf! Remember, golf stands for Gentleman Only...
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send me your "Rubbish" first !
I loved rubbish.. dun sent Manti.. he hates rubbish..
sent it to me instead.. i pay for shipping..
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Doggone it! Please, not golf! Remember, golf stands for Gentleman Only...
he might just have problem with golf too with his mentality
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I loved rubbish.. dun sent Manti.. he hates rubbish..
sent it to me instead.. i pay for shipping..
hey Robbie C,

You've gotta be proud to learn that people are willing to pay for shipping cost to have my so called rubbished MTX-3.

You guys may go on day-dreaming 'bout it.

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I loved rubbish.. dun sent Manti.. he hates rubbish..
sent it to me instead.. i pay for shipping..
nah, fish should stick with Ass o policy to pay for the shipping !!
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Manbik,

either way I will have to accept it .. and I do accept that fact.

I just do not like it and will make it known for all those other suckers, who might be young kids who've saved up for ages to buy their first real kit .. only to be treated like a nothing.

Would make any young kid want to buy another kit I'm sure ....


Think about it as a whole; stop thinking about just one person -myself- ....

You guys don't seem to realise how wrong this practice is. Just think of a poor 15/16 yr old kid who save dhis pennis mowing the grass for 4 months to buy one .... then having this happen. I don't think he'd be all too happy.

Not saying I'm in that predicament, but its a very likely situation.
wait... did you just say penis??
its pennies right? or there's something in my eyes??

sorry no offense..
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Bunch of morons.

You guys need to learn how to spell before you go and post your replies. You all look like idiots who can't read nor write.

Robbie C, no wonder I've found so many stupid design errors on the MTX3 and MBX5; anybody who would hire your ingenius mind to support their product must be off their rocker.

It obviously is a defect, or at least ANOTHER oversight on Mugens part ... the plastic is obviously VERY soft for the application. The guard (Robbie C, it is spelled GUARD not gard dude) obviously needs to be the softer flexible plastic so it will not snap on impact, but the same plastic is highly ineffective at holding its shape to withstand the torque needed to hold the lock nut in place withing 'stripping' or stretching the surrounding plastic.

Go back to school ya bums, you obviously need to.

Its no wonder NOBODY around here will even stock Mugen parts. Go figure.
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Aren't you the same guy that bitched and moaned on the NTC3 forum that AE makes crap because you stripped a lot of their screws when assembling your NTC3 even though you used "Hudy" tools!?!?!
Does Hudy comes in americano size??
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Vinyard,

Yeah ... its pennies, but I made a typo and it stuck

Anyways you all can bask in your idiocy ... and again I'll pick up the tab for yet another poorly designed piece of otherwise fine Mugen product.

No wonder Mugen can't beat Kyosho or -laugh- OFNA now I'm driving one ... only because of the mere fact I thought I would give the kit a try seeming as though its a good $130+ cheaper than the Kanai II.

Guess you really do get what you pay for.
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Rog, as far as the stripped AE screws.

Have you ever owned one, built one? Go do your homework ... you'll find some info on their cheap mis-matched sized screws with the offcenter allen heads on them.

Theres more than a few people who share the same opinion.

This is fun .. I can call you guys morons all night.

Morons stick with morons .... I guess either there are a whole bunch of smart people here, and I'm the idiot .. or you're all morons and I'm the smart one.

I know where its going after this, so I don't even need to try
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Vinyard,

Yeah ... its pennies, but I made a typo and it stuck

Anyways you all can bask in your idiocy ... and again I'll pick up the tab for yet another poorly designed piece of otherwise fine Mugen product.

No wonder Mugen can't beat Kyosho or -laugh- OFNA now I'm driving one ... only because of the mere fact I thought I would give the kit a try seeming as though its a good $130+ cheaper than the Kanai II.

Guess you really do get what you pay for.
Is this you SLOWharry ???
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Is this you SLOWharry ???
well, you are getting there !! but I would say some ass o driver have similar mentality !
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