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Old 2006.09.07, 01:16 PM   #46
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HOW MUCH WILL THE 50cm KITS COST?

Even a ballpark would suffice.

Sorry to beat the question into the ground. I've been waiting for these for a long time, and I want to get them as soon as they are available. I must have asked this question half a dozen times, and I still have no idea.
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Old 2006.09.07, 01:59 PM   #47
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HOW MUCH WILL THE 50cm KITS COST?

Even a ballpark would suffice.

Sorry to beat the question into the ground. I've been waiting for these for a long time, and I want to get them as soon as they are available. I must have asked this question half a dozen times, and I still have no idea.

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Sorry for being unclear. The 50cm 45's and large radius inside turns are currently available through another distributors and dealers, but being this is a mini-zracing forum, I didn't want to direct people away from the shop store here.
send RCP an email and ask him for the price...
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Old 2006.09.07, 02:02 PM   #48
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I highly recommend both the wide inside corners and the 45* sections for the wide (50cm) tracks. I have several sets of them and they add a completely differnt feel to the tracks when used.
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Old 2006.09.07, 02:20 PM   #49
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i agree, we love both kits in dc and use them for our dc points series tracks. we also like the overland obstacles too
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Old 2006.09.07, 02:53 PM   #50
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i agree, we love both kits in dc and use them for our dc points series tracks. we also like the overland obstacles too
Forgot about those. I have a set also. they are great for both the Overlands and the Mini-z Monster.... We don't use them in the races much because we try and make the obstacales unavoidable. Since they aren't the full width of the track you can drive around them to go faster, so I just use them for fun.
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Old 2006.09.07, 03:15 PM   #51
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send RCP an email and ask him for the price...
I've tried that.

A while ago I was told there were some informally available as leftovers from shows. I tried to buy those and got no response.

I would like to buy them here. It sounds like they will eventually be available. It's just driving me nuts that I've been trying to buy these, at the very least to find out how much they will cost and when/where they will be available. How do other people already have them?

Sorry to come off like a jerk, but as the customer spending the money, I shouldn't have to do all the work. Why is it so hard to say, "They will be available here in the store on XX/XX/XX for $XX.XX, and the Wide Inside Corner kit will include XXXXXXXX."
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Old 2006.09.07, 05:50 PM   #52
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I understand your frustration, but let me try and explain the process. We are the manufacturer that sells exclusively to distributors and dealers. The only pricing I have is what we charge our distributors and dealers. They have their own pricing for retailers that ultimately determines what the public pays for our product. Once Mini-zracer updates the store, you will see pricing on the 30cm new sections. I have sent him all the information, so I would expect everything to be up and available at this store shortly.

The 50cm large radius inside turns and 45's have been available through Kyosho America dealers since November of 2005. That is why you see some people with these kits. I have also sent some people these kits direct, because they have done some work for me either by doing cad work or other designs in the past.

If you want to send me an email, I will help you in purchasing some 45's and or large radius turns for your track.

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Old 2006.09.08, 09:07 AM   #53
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...I have sent him all the information, so I would expect everything to be up and available at this store shortly...
john,
david asked me to mention he had not received anything from you since 09/05. is it possible your email did not make it to him?
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Damn, it took me long to find this topic. Can someone move it to the RCP Track Support Forum?

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Damn, it took me long to find this topic. Can someone move it to the RCP Track Support Forum?

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Old 2007.07.08, 01:07 PM   #56
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Oh nice to know... I could use some extra Z's on my bench.

Just kidding, thanks a lot!!!
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