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Old 04-14-2006, 09:38 PM   #16
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wats teh price difference between the sure fire .32 and the axial 32? are they like totally identical or not..? if so imma go with the cheaper brand
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The .28 is what Im looking to put in my buggy and Ive wanted one now for a couple months. You just simply cant beat price. And so far Ive heard absolutely nothing negative about the axial engines. I cant wait to get it and break it in.
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Is your line of engines gonna be available in Asia especially Hong Kong? Looking or an engine to replace my STS soon on the truggy.

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Is your line of engines gonna be available in Asia especially Hong Kong? Looking or an engine to replace my STS soon on the truggy.

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Most definitely. .28 & .32 and .12 will be avalable around June - July in Asia.
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Congratulation to Ron Atomic with his TQ title on Texas Biggies. His RRR was powered by AXIAL RR Spec1 motor . Also congratulation other team Axial driver Todd Bath with his 3rd qualifying position and his car was powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12.
Both Ron and Todd were using Rocket Science fuel which seems to be one of the best today.
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Congratulation to Ron Atomic with his TQ title on Texas Biggies. His RRR was powered by AXIAL RR Spec1 motor . Also congratulation other team Axial driver Todd Bath with his 3rd qualifying position and his car was powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12.
Both Ron and Todd were using Rocket Science fuel which seems to be one of the best today.
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Go Go Todd... u look like a regular on podium now........
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So, when can we expect the official release of this engine?
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Old 05-29-2006, 12:46 PM   #23
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Congratulation to Ron Atomic with his TQ title on Texas Biggies. His RRR was powered by AXIAL RR Spec1 motor . Also congratulation other team Axial driver Todd Bath with his 3rd qualifying position and his car was powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12.
Both Ron and Todd were using Rocket Science fuel which seems to be one of the best today.
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Good thing Ron's going to the Great Lakes Challenge instead of coming back to Memphis for Beat the Heat. He won't be here to make everyone look like they are driving backwards. By the way when will the 12RR be available in the US?
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Congratulation to Axial racing team driver Todd Bath with his win at the Texas Biggies. Todd Bath's RRR was powered by Palmaris PROFI PR12! Good Job Todd!
Unfortunatly while Axial Racing team driver and TQ Ron Atomic was leading the race, his car was hit by another driver putting him out of the race. We will get them next time Ron!

Congratulations to both Ron and Todd. Axial Drivers took the TQ and the win at this years Texas Biggie. Here come the Nationals.
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12 RR Spec1 scheduled to release on mid of June.
PR12 been release for while now.
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Go Go Todd... u look like a regular on podium now........
Hey Chris. Yeh, he really look like regular there.
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12 RR Spec1 scheduled to release on mid of June.
PR12 been release for while now.
Sweet can't wait. Did the problem with the engine being finiky from XRC atrical end up being fixed?
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Sweet can't wait. Did the problem with the engine being finiky from XRC atrical end up being fixed?
Yep. This is why we didn't release our motors in that time-we decided to race on them in real races, not in testing fields and after the while engine is running pretty good (I guess) we will release it on market.
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You guys are on the ball. Any idea of an estimated street price?
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You guys are on the ball. Any idea of an estimated street price?
I have no idea about pricing-it is priority of different department- I am just product designer there. Any tech questions-please more then welcome to help.
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