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Old 06-19-2004, 03:43 AM   #31
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Pure comedy...entertainment at its finest.
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Old 06-19-2004, 04:04 AM   #32
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thats how idiotic you sounded just trying to prove a point
FW05R,
You're a funny guy.
Why do you have a Kyosho car as a user name, when you're all up on the 710 now?


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Nice Next I think you would say that this is the easist car to maintain also. In case you notice, you could clean all pulleys with toohbrush without the need to take off anything from the car.
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sure is this car is just awesome
How would you know the 710 is an awsome car, if you never ran it?
If you thought it was such an awsome car, why where you planning on selling it?
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Hi I have a brand new assembled s710 for sale I would like to run electric but this car was given to me so I decided to build it and sell it

Im looking for $355.00 plus shipping
Who would want to buy a car you built anyways?
You didn't know how to build your 710, and you didn't know how to build your MTX-3
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guys I really need your help maybe Master D can help me I am assembling my rear differential assembly and on step 2.3 it says u need to have a 7x14mm bearing but on step 2.4 in the cad drawing the bearing is no longer there my question is did you guys leave the bearing inside because when I leave it there my diff won't shut properly and when I take the bearing out and reasemble it the diff closes perfectly I am really confused
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how many times did you guys cut your fingers while assembling your shocks
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I am confused as to how you turn your electronics off when the 710 has no place to install the on and off switch how do you guys turn your electronics on and off do you put the battery connector on your receiver and then un plug it
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hey guys when you were assembling your shocks on the bottom of the rod that is threaded did you thread the plastic end all the way to the top because it is really tuff to get it all in there
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which is the m3 screw
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does anybody here have a problem with there rear diff leaking mine seems to leak ive tightened it as mush as I could and its still doing it do I need a new gasket
Have you even ran any of the Nitro cars that are out?
You seem to get a car, build it, then sell it.
You probably don't even own an electric shaver in the first place,
so why even start talking crap?
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Old 06-19-2004, 04:30 AM   #33
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Im am looking to fit a Novarossi to a vibrator. Do you think i should use a 3 port or a 5 port?

LOL...
I think you should hurry up and build one of these.
It looks like FW05R could use one.
He'll probably pay top dollar for it.
It's obvious he's not getting any play from the females.
He seems to be an expert at these products and uses them on himself on a regular basis.

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well on the 3 port you might climax at 30,000 rpm but on the 5 port your hitting your climax at around 14,000 rpm so you choose do you like to cum earlier or later..... how do you prefer your orgasms one after the other or in a spacious amount of time
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Old 06-19-2004, 04:35 AM   #34
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This forum seems to be a joke gone to far

But it is good reading it!!!


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Old 06-19-2004, 05:22 AM   #35
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Gee you guys sure have done your research on this poor blighter.

It must be nearly time to talk about goat racing, eh.
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Old 06-19-2004, 06:04 AM   #36
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they should all meet in CA and do their talking BS Bravado act on the track...
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Old 06-19-2004, 06:12 AM   #37
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If anyone is interested I have a design for a turbo charger suitable for goats, it works very well but I don't have any pics, just cad drawings at the moment. This is working very well but tends to blow the ball bearing rear end (stupid goat slows down grinning). My next developement will be nitro methane induction, comes as a by-product of back pressure.
Looking for investors?

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Old 06-19-2004, 06:25 AM   #38
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How much are we looking at to get in on the ground floor?
This has to be a female goat, OK?
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Old 06-19-2004, 06:38 AM   #39
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How much are we looking at to get in on the ground floor?
This has to be a female goat, OK?
I beleive that sailors with so much interest in female goats were keel hauled just a hundred years ago. Are you sure you want to go there Gav?

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Old 06-20-2004, 04:40 AM   #40
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It's just that you know the trouble we've had with male goats and ground clearance.

Nothing nautical was intended - she is pretty though, right?
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Old 06-20-2004, 06:17 AM   #41
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Presenting the NovaShaver 2004 (Efra and Ifmar Homogolation pending)
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Another view .....

Please note that this product is still in prototype stage, please PM me with sales enquiries , distributors needed.

This is the convenient pull start version, more models will be added as development continues. Furthermore rumours circulating of testers accidentally shaving their noses off are totally unfounded and we at NovaShaver Inc would like to ensure the public that our products are safe and reliable !!
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Old 06-25-2004, 05:10 AM   #43
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Presenting the NovaShaver 2004 (Efra and Ifmar Homogolation pending)
Hey there's a Philips patent on that one It wasn't supposed to be revealed so soon
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Please note that this product is still in prototype stage, please PM me with sales enquiries , distributors needed.

This is the convenient pull start version, more models will be added as development continues. Furthermore rumours circulating of testers accidentally shaving their noses off are totally unfounded and we at NovaShaver Inc would like to ensure the public that our products are safe and reliable !!
Obviously a fake The Philips one only uses the JP FX
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