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PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2005 7:25 pm 
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newbuggier wrote:
ya but i dont really thing you wanna test this idea out though you could loose a limb.


I'd gladly try it in someone else's buggy! :twisted:

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RAPTORAZ wrote:
newbuggier wrote:
ya but i dont really thing you wanna test this idea out though you could loose a limb.


I'd gladly try it in someone else's buggy! :twisted:



Hahah... me too!

I've seen r/c cars that flip over and land back on their wheels. It does remind me a lot of that.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 26, 2005 11:24 am 
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James Lee wrote:
The pipe you got for the front was a after thought.The rounded top wont grow on me. I did not like it when it first came out before it was a kasea.When it first became a kasea in sent them a email about getting someone killed with out bars in the front.When My boys were smaller they had three wheelers and a boy they knew run under a fence and cut his head off.James


OK so it wont grow on you, I am sorry for anyone getting hurt or killed on any machine, and the bars I guess were an after thought, but that OK, not sure why they didn't that earlier but its on now, you dont have to like it, I wasn't forcing you to, I was just telling how you I like it.

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It's one of those designs that is going to garner strong emotions.

I'm thinking I like it now that the bars are there.

It's like those new Scion breadbox van things... some love em, some hate em. Or the Honda Element.... same sort of response.


I think it look swell built. We need more video when you get a chance.


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just dont hit any ditches while turning at high speeds.


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