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Old 08-20-2003, 12:52 PM   #121
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Common sense seems to be rather uncommon today amongst common and uncommon people! Say that ten times fast tough guys!
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Data, no .... because I pushed the nuts down into the grove before hand ... and if you had built the kit before yourself, you know that once the screws reach the plastic in the lock nut, you're actually more than halfway there, but not enough to seat the guard tight to the chassis,
i built a MBX-4 before and i think the design on the side guard is the same on both cars. i don't remember having any problem with the side guard. i really think the cause of your problem are the screws and nuts.

take it easy man, it is just a hobby
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btw,

go check out the registrar of www.rcnitroguide.com ... and see whose name pops up guys

I'll be sure to put a nice good word and review up in name of Mugen Seiki.

Heres a little peek at the early stages of the site ... haha, just wait until I post up my review

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Associated's policy is Associated's.
Mugen's policy is Mugen's.

Companies will do things differently, accept it or move on.

Has Mugen done things that I don't agree with? Yes, defiantely. But I accepted it and moved on with my life.
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That truly made a whole lot of sense! You are the only one lacking commen sense or sense for that matter. At the beggining of your response you say that $10 dollars is not the issue at hand, but then as you end your response you say that you can't see spending $10 dollars on a part. If you had any commen sense you would just leave the guard on there and order a new one, and replace the one that YOU damaged when you receive the new one. You're the only one forcing yourself to waste time here, we're not forcing you to do anything.
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btw,

go check out the registrar of www.rcnitroguide.com ... and see whose name pops up guys

I'll be sure to put a nice good word and review up in name of Mugen Seiki.

Heres a little peek at the early stages of the site ... haha, just wait until I post up my review

you should become a politican instead of an engineer
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Old 08-20-2003, 01:02 PM   #127
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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.
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I know I know...having to buy a $5 dollar replacement part after spending $1200 on a r/c car is a huge deal. Man, you will win a lot of hearts over when you post this on your site...I mean look at how well you're doin here.
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I could care less about some teenager and his pennis. LOL
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That's actually me... course I'm 17, and my pennis has nothing to do with it.

And my Mugen is fine and dandy, thank you very much.

i'm out.
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LOL

What's getting me is that Chorner is acting like his MBX got ran over by a semi before he received it.
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Heck I'm not quite 17 yet and I know for a fact that I wouldn't be crying if Mugen sent me a $5 dollar defective part in a kit. Imo, Chorner sounds like he's twice my age and is whining about a part that he more than likely damaged himself in assembly.
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SuperMugen ...

I like my BRAND NEW kits to look like they're brand new .. not eaten by a teething baby dude.

I take pride in everything I build and do, I strive for perfection.

Perhaps some of you do not ever care about acheiving such a goal?

Who knows, but when I build a new kit I look at is as a piece of art ... and if its all chewed up before it even hits the track it doesn't sit too well with me.

The thing won't look like that as soon as I use it; its a car no doubt. But I really enjoy building these kits, and again strive for perfection.

Too much to ask, again? haha I think not.

lol Manbik, yeah who cares about those darn teens .. or their Pennis ... haha whups!!

Guess I should strive for perfection when I type as well ... I'm a little pissed still to care about that though
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Super Mugen ...

I hope they do send you a defective part .... I'll be sitting here laughing my head off
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SuperMugen ...

I like my BRAND NEW kits to look like they're brand new .. not eaten by a teething baby dude.

I take pride in everything I build and do, I strive for perfection.

Perhaps some of you do not ever care about acheiving such a goal?

Who knows, but when I build a new kit I look at is as a piece of art ... and if its all chewed up before it even hits the track it doesn't sit too well with me.

The thing won't look like that as soon as I use it; its a car no doubt. But I really enjoy building these kits, and again strive for perfection.

Too much to ask, again? haha I think not.

lol Manbik, yeah who cares about those darn teens .. or their Pennis ... haha whups!!

Guess I should strive for perfection when I type as well ... I'm a little pissed still to care about that though
Don't strive to hard cause you can't reach perfection!
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