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Old 06-02-2005, 12:43 PM   #106
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Old 06-02-2005, 03:35 PM   #107
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David, You take all the fun out of a perfectly good disagreement
Hey, that's my job. Now lets all join hands for the group hug.
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Old 06-02-2005, 06:26 PM   #108
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If the optional chassis is graphite, does anyone have any tips to keep engine cool during use?
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Old 06-03-2005, 11:39 AM   #109
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The hole that I marked is not the break pivot hole, that hole is an index hole for the bulkhead. The break pivot hole is down and to the lext of the one I mark. There may have been a CF chassis, but that one is aluminum.
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Old 06-03-2005, 02:17 PM   #110
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ah-HA.


Sorry, I couldn't help myself. But I always enjoy placing the last post on a thread that will soon die.
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Old 06-04-2005, 01:37 PM   #111
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well, i've sent 1 set of the special kit with carbon chassis to someone from this thread. maybe he'll share his thoughts when he receive it in the coming week.
I just received Sunny's black chassis. I must say when I first held the chassis, it felt too light to be aluminum. I tried scratching it a bit to see the aluminum side but the anodization wouldn't come off. I finally tapped it and it sounds aluminum. It's aluminum with a great anodzied black finish. The CF upper deck as well as the rest of the parts in the kit are of great quality. I can't believe NEO went out of business. I'll keep you guys posted on the resurrection (?sp) on this kit.

Davidl thanks for the option parts list.

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Old 06-04-2005, 09:44 PM   #112
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Davidl thanks for the option parts list.
So how many parts can I sell to you?
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hello do you still have pleanty of spare parts for the neo attack rx2 aka mx2 for sale if so im interested. my loctaion is australia, city: wollongong
and heres my number in case, 0411894522 or +61411894522

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Old 06-09-2005, 07:37 PM   #114
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Does the attack need special body posts to fit on a touring car body?
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It will use the same lola body mounts. The 235mm class and 8th onroad need the lola mounts. No regular body posts for these cars otherwise they handle like crap and won't get power to those fat rear tires.
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Does the attack need special body posts to fit on a touring car body?
I built a 2WD Attack about 3 years ago and used a touring body. I had to find the Serpent rear body mount and fit it to the rear. That thing suspended the body to the chassis and not the rear uprights. Then I got some long Associated body bounts for the front and mounted that to the mounting plate.
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I built a 2WD Attack about 3 years ago and used a touring body. I had to find the Serpent rear body mount and fit it to the rear. That thing suspended the body to the chassis and not the rear uprights. Then I got some long Associated body bounts for the front and mounted that to the mounting plate.
I saw some Impacts on Ebay with a weird slant rear body posts. I think I'll just get a Lola to avoid this.
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Definately stay with the Lolas. You get better handling with them and the floating rear mount. Need both to have the best.
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I have a brand new one sitting around with the Vertex 15[nova copy] and heaps of new parts if anyone is interested.


I WAS WONDERING IF YOU STILL HAD THIS & IF SO DO YOU WANT TO SELL ?

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