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Old 03-20-2005, 06:31 PM   #1786
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hi guys.i just got an offer from a fren want to sell his 5 run old rrr.im wondering how durable is this car,how good izzit,and how do u guys rate this car???
Compared to my FT NTC3, the durability of the RRR is outstanding
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Old 03-20-2005, 06:52 PM   #1787
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Compared to my FT NTC3, the durability of the RRR is outstanding
That's a good one.
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Old 03-20-2005, 06:54 PM   #1788
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D, no one is supporting the RRR's parts for Malaysia?
Yes they do. But not as extensively as say the Mugen. I think parts are also expensive.
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Old 03-20-2005, 07:26 PM   #1789
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Yes they do. But not as extensively as say the Mugen. I think parts are also expensive.


hmmmm.donnoe la d.havent decided yet .now it is:
710/mtx4/rrr(2nd hand).which one???
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Old 03-21-2005, 04:58 AM   #1790
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my poor car
Yes, somehow it was a lot easier to push it to the limit when its not yours.

Perhaps I should send you the off-cuts from the video showing how the car do multiple somersaults and pirruettes - is that how you spell it? I was never into ballet.
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Compared to my FT NTC3, the durability of the RRR is outstanding
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Old 03-21-2005, 05:02 AM   #1792
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Yes, somehow it was a lot easier to push it to the limit when its not yours.

Perhaps I should send you the off-cuts from the video showing how the car do multiple somersaults and pirruettes - is that how you spell it? I was never into ballet.


sow,i saw the video of the rrr on ur website.really really goooooooood driving.clap clap
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Yes, somehow it was a lot easier to push it to the limit when its not yours.

Perhaps I should send you the off-cuts from the video showing how the car do multiple somersaults and pirruettes - is that how you spell it? I was never into ballet.
*faint* *thud*
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Old 03-21-2005, 06:25 AM   #1794
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Yes they do. But not as extensively as say the Mugen. I think parts are also expensive.
Yes, I've heard that for some reason RRR parts are expensive there.
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Old 03-21-2005, 06:27 AM   #1795
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sow,i saw the video of the rrr on ur website.really really goooooooood driving.clap clap
LOL! Don't do that ... it'll make my head explode!

Like I said, its easier to do that when the car is not yours ... look at 2 posts above, the poor owner just fainted!
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Old 03-21-2005, 10:35 AM   #1796
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some say the RRR looks a lot like a 710, i think even the RRR thread looks a lot like the 710 thread. don't know if that is a good thing or not, but hey, at least it will be "popular".
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Originally posted by Sow&Steady D, no one is supporting the RRR's parts for Malaysia?
D, Sow, Hobbizone have a full range parts for RRR... dont worry ntc3freak

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Originally posted by Sow&Steady Yes, I've heard that for some reason RRR parts are expensive there.
not so expensive... compared to serprnt parts.



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Originally posted by InitialD Ask why he's selling the car.... Most probably because he cannot get parts support for it or parts are too expensive where he is now since he changed jobs from Singapore to Malaysia. You would have problems with parts too if he see's problems getting it from where he is... My dua sen.
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Well, in the Southern California region you have:

Revelation Raceway (www.revrace.com)
Both regular and worlds kit

Pegasus Hobbies (www.pegasushobbies.com)
regular kit only

Ultimate Hobbies
(www.ultimatehobbies.com)
regular kit only

And of course tower hobbies has them at a premium.

From what I've been reading here and from what I heard parts will be expensive and not so easy to get until they get a new distributor.

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Well, in the Southern California region you have:

Revelation Raceway (www.revrace.com)
Both regular and worlds kit

Pegasus Hobbies (www.pegasushobbies.com)
regular kit only

Ultimate Hobbies
(www.ultimatehobbies.com)
regular kit only

And of course tower hobbies has them at a premium.

From what I've been reading here and from what I heard parts will be expensive and not so easy to get until they get a new distributor.

Do you think that ultimate will ever stock the V one RRR WC edition? I asked Hank if he had any he said he had some in the "back" I doubt its the WC edition

How much does Revelation sell the WC for?
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D, Sow, Hobbizone have a full range parts for RRR... dont worry ntc3freak
Is this the Hobbizone near TT?


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