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Old 11-15-2013, 09:57 PM   #1
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Okay so I was watching the drivers practice at the US Grand Prix in Austin, TX and a commercial for this came up. .....


http://www.model-space.com/us/motors...me/rb7-detail/

Is it worth the EXTREME price tag?
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There is already a thread on this! The entire system makes no sense and it willl take years to get enough parts to assemble it. I dont know why they just wont sell it outright
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Kyosho should have put this out at the same time Serpent had their F180 out. It would have made for the start of a nitro F1 class. If the price isn't too steep, could possible see myself getting one. If it is anything like their Plazma F1 as far as performance, it will be the shiznit!!
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You cannot just buy it, thats the problem. You have to order a subscription and they send you parts in groups that take 2 years to get all of the parts together! i dont get it, must be some kind of license loophole or something like that, such a shame....
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this is super lame.
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this is super lame.
how, actually seems very cool. except...phillips screws? WTF was kyosho thinking!
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how, actually seems very cool. except...phillips screws? WTF was kyosho thinking!


Waiting 2 YEARS to put it together paying month to month???? That's superlame . If they would just release the car I would buy it out right. Phillips screws and everything.
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