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Old 06-18-2007, 09:49 PM
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Does anybody knows what happened to the web site? I tried to access it today, but I get an error.

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Old 06-18-2007, 09:52 PM
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I get the same thing. Says it doesn't exist...Maybe went out of business.
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Old 06-18-2007, 09:54 PM
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Nothing, we'll hear something sooner or later.
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Old 06-19-2007, 08:22 AM
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In the process of transfering web hosting from one company to another, the Juno R/C website has shut down. I was with OneDNR before. I'd like to go on record and state that I had terrible experiences with OneDNR. I would not reccommend them. The custormer service sucked!!!! (to put it frankly). Unfortunately the website, the e-mail, the shopping cart were all wiped out upon cancellation of service. Bob27s is in the process of getting the website back up and running. I can still take CC orders via the phone. I will include the number here. Bob says it will take a few days to a week to get the website up. A little longer to establish a new shopping cart system.

Thanks for your patience. Anybody that had orders pending will have your funds refunded, for I have no way to retrieve your mailing address, phone number, etc.

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Old 06-19-2007, 08:38 AM
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ORIGINAL: dk823

In the process of transfering web hosting from one company to another, the Juno R/C website has shut down. I was with OneDNR before. I'd like to go on record and state that I had terrible experiences with OneDNR. I would not reccommend them. The custormer service sucked!!!! (to put it frankly). Unfortunately the website, the e-mail, the shopping cart were all wiped out upon cancellation of service. Bob27s is in the process of getting the website back up and running. I can still take CC orders via the phone. I will include the number here. Bob says it will take a few days to a week to get the website up. A little longer to establish a new shopping cart system.

Thanks for your patience. Anybody that had orders pending will have your funds refunded, for I have no way to retrieve your mailing address, phone number, etc.

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Hey, you can still use this if you wish.
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Old 06-19-2007, 08:49 AM
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Dude! How many years in a row are you going to keep posting the same tired picture of a non-existant model?! Get over it and build a new one already[sm=wink_smile.gif]
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Old 06-19-2007, 08:57 AM
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There ya go, here's the other side! The main reason it's been around so long is due to my building expertise and unique flying skills. Besides, they last longer when they're on the rack in the garage for extreme periods of time I think its around 8 years old now. I use to fly the heck out of it but when you get more planes, some of them begin to feel like a middle child.
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Old 06-19-2007, 09:06 AM
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LOL,

I've been eyeing that Tsunami kit since it first came out. One of the First RC Mags I read (cover to cover, twice)
had a review of it, and I wanted to build one. Never got around to it, but still think I gotta get one. Get that site back up so I can order one for the shelf!
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Old 06-19-2007, 09:15 AM
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I had a buddy here with the Tsunami. I forgot what he had in it for power but it was a fast plane. I recall now with a 46fx and the Performance Specs Ultrathrust with a 10/6 apc. He flew that thing for a couple years. His "thing" was to make full speed touch and go's. Then that fateful day arrived where he touched but didn't go. He nailed a q500 quickee thing doing a low knife edge and clipped a bush.

He also owned the F20 with a Jett 50. That survived a couple years. One day he came by for a low pass full speed, pulled up, then engine separated and went one direction while the plane went in another. In retrospect, all the planes he stuffed, crashed in such an entertaining way.
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Old 06-19-2007, 10:05 AM
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I was thinking mine Jett .50 would look good in the nose of the Tsunami
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Old 06-19-2007, 11:25 AM
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Well, I least we know Juno RC is still around [sm=thumbup.gif], I've been wanting to get the Tsunami for a while.

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thank you Derek for letting us know that it is good news that your still here! I am still hoping for the 60 size tsunami[>:]
I did have a 40 size a number of years back and it flew sweet, and i still have an F-20 flying!
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Im working on it

Hopefully I can have the site live within a couple of days (or at least a version of it)

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You have a guess on when the .60 tsunami will be available.
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ORIGINAL: bob27s

Im working on it

Hopefully I can have the site live within a couple of days (or at least a version of it)

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Ohhhhhhh, so this is your fault!!!!!
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nope.... i wasn't the problem.... but I am hopefully a solution.
His previous provider/webhost was a bit 'difficult' to work with.

Is my fault it looks barren at the moment.
Site placeholder is up..... working on its content this weekend so I can get Derek back up and running.
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here's my new Juno F-20, flys great, i'm guessing in the 120mph range with Jett 50

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Man that looks good! I suddenly have airplane envey.[sm=thumbup.gif][sm=thumbup.gif]
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I have had a Tsunami kit setting on the shelf for a couple years really liked the looks of it. My 14 year old son asked me a couple days ago if he could build it so I said sure go for it thinking it would keep him busy for awhile since it is his first build well in the last two days he has built everything but the wing. I have an old Jett 50 that still screams so we will put that in it, he doesnt really like flying them he just likes working on things so I may have to turn him loose on some other kits I have if this one comes out well so far it looks like an experienced builder is doing it.
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I went to the website today to buy a tsunami kit, but I couldn't get the site to add it to my cart. Is there any way of buying one of these kits right now.
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In the process of transfering web hosting from one company to another, the Juno R/C website has shut down. I was with OneDNR before. I'd like to go on record and state that I had terrible experiences with OneDNR. I would not reccommend them. The custormer service sucked!!!! (to put it frankly). Unfortunately the website, the e-mail, the shopping cart were all wiped out upon cancellation of service. Bob27s is in the process of getting the website back up and running. I can still take CC orders via the phone. I will include the number here. Bob says it will take a few days to a week to get the website up. A little longer to establish a new shopping cart system.

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Just call him
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I went to the website today to buy a tsunami kit, but I couldn't get the site to add it to my cart. Is there any way of buying one of these kits right now.

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I tried calling and just got an answering machine.
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I tried calling and just got an answering machine.

Just "PM" him.
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jefk464,

If you got an answering machine, you dialed the wrong number. I don't have an answering machine. The number listed in earlier post is correct.

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