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Old 11-04-2009, 06:05 AM   #16
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Well, the servo kit was good for a tank of fuel, and after refueling I totalled the car. Going to see if the seller will exchange it, seeing as it is his fault technically.
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Old 11-04-2009, 06:16 AM   #17
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Well, the servo kit was good for a tank of fuel, and after refueling I totalled the car. Going to see if the seller will exchange it, seeing as it is his fault technically.
good luck. never run a nitro car or buggy with suspected radio issues. it doesnt end well. and also if it takes off, can do damage to others. yu should have really taken it back while in one piece saying it has an issue. rather than just say oh well not my problem.
but let us know how you go, if it gets replaced, then i wouldnt mind getting my gear from this guy either
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Well, the servo kit was good for a tank of fuel, and after refueling I totalled the car. Going to see if the seller will exchange it, seeing as it is his fault technically.
Did you buy this from a hobby shop or on line? I wouldn't be telling him it was sketchy from day one it would be more down the lines of "i went to drive the car for the first time and it just took off on me etc etc they will throw it back on you every time "your batteries weren't charged, wrong crystal" and interference (being am) who's fault is that, you should of bought a fail safe etc etc. As you said it's all a learning curve.......just a freakin expensive one


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good luck. never run a nitro car or buggy with suspected radio issues. it doesnt end well. and also if it takes off, can do damage to others. yu should have really taken it back while in one piece saying it has an issue. rather than just say oh well not my problem.
but let us know how you go, if it gets replaced, then i wouldnt mind getting my gear from this guy either
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Did you buy this from a hobby shop or on line? I wouldn't be telling him it was sketchy from day one it would be more down the lines of "i went to drive the car for the first time and it just took off on me etc etc they will throw it back on you every time "your batteries weren't charged, wrong crystal" and interference (being am) who's fault is that, you should of bought a fail safe etc etc. As you said it's all a learning curve.......just a freakin expensive one




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Online. And I didn't know being AM could make it worse. He hasn't replied to my email, I'll try and phone today.
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Old 11-07-2009, 03:19 PM   #20
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Online. And I didn't know being AM could make it worse. He hasn't replied to my email, I'll try and phone today.
all the best, let us know how you go.
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As thought, the guys wouldn't replace it, "My fault" n all. Cost about $40 for some pieces of the net. It appears to just be a front lower suspension arm, and a front shock tower. Going into Perth 2moz. I'm going to pick up a whole new transmitter/reciever. Will the servo's be fine?
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Old 11-11-2009, 01:31 PM   #22
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It's hard to tell on the internet but if you have the $$$ then replace the lot.

What car is it again?
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