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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    Hey sports, What masking do you use on your bodies? I've tried masking tape, masking paper, and 3m painters tape.... I've had the most luck with the masking tape.

    And Chevy all the way!
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    ThunderbirdJunkie's OG Savage X, and pieced together bastage-child Savage X project. Handling was obviously not the goal with the new one...Has Losi Super King Pins, Mugen wheels, a 3 speed, and will be getting the rusty but trusty Mach 427 and an 053 pipe with 14/52 gears.
    But the clear body is going on the old sweet truck...have to decide on a lid for the tallboy...Perhaps a K5 body to go with the K10 body for the lowrider?



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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    ORIGINAL: Rimshot1911

    Hey sports, What masking do you use on your bodies? I've tried masking tape, masking paper, and 3m painters tape.... I've had the most luck with the masking tape.

    And Chevy all the way!
    Hey Rimshot1911, I use Hobbico Master Mask and spray couple coats on with a airbrush, but you can paint it on with an paint brush. I've used masking tape and it came out also good. Chevy!!

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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    I'll give the Hobbico Master Mask a go and see what it can do, I just started using an airbrush and they are AWESOME! So much control with it! I think I'm going to paint another body (but which chevy should I paint this time?) haha
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    ThunderbirdJunkie recommends Bob Dively liquid mask
    \"Some people can mess up an anvil with a rubber hammer\" -46u
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    Heres mine at the beach...
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    SAVAGE X .28 AXIAL,3-SPEED
    T-MAXX .28 AXIAL,EXTENDED CHASSIS
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    COMMING SOON .....SLASH

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    Oh how much I wished I lived by a beach....
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    Also very nice!

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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    I fab'd up a camera mount on my savage. Videos coming as soon as the parts get here!
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    Cool video man! I think the mount worked great. However, I dont know if I would have a video of the inside of my entire house on the internet.
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    ORIGINAL: 3-172IN MTN
    However, I dont know if I would have a video of the inside of my entire house on the internet.
    It's not like you can see his address or anything, so, why's it matter?
    - MMA.

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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    Well I did some thinking about it and if there isn't any personal info then who's to say it's my house? HAHA anywho yeah I don't think it matters too much to show the floor plan of a house from a savage's perspective...
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    My lil collection Savage built racer and a slightly modded 4.6 ((the basher)) and a sc10
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!


    ORIGINAL: SportsFans

    No pix in a while here thought I'd throw these up.

    What wheels are the ones on the left?
    Savage X w/Inno RC LCG TVP, picco.28, 086 pipe, LST2 shocks+kit, crimfighters. Savage Flux w/badlands, FLM XL TVP. Erevo 1/16

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    ORIGINAL: spoonrc


    What wheels are the ones on the left?
    They are these de-chromed, centers painted black, then sealed with a good clear fuel sealer. It's important to let the black paint dry for like 5 days, then the same for the clear sealer, they haven't chipped in 2 years. http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...3&I=LXJVG0&P=K
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    Not trying to be mean or anything, spoonrc, but I think SportsFans has answered that question about 4-5 times already in this thread, maybe more....?

    Anyways, the UPS man showed up today with a nice present for me
    Got my savage up and running again, tuned her up today, made a video and managed to burn two tanks before it got dark outside!
    My tuning stand/field box

    Contents

    She fits nicely in there...

    And the video to go along with all my pics!
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    As some people may now i was goin to try a RD-LOGICS pipe.

    But im going to brushless. So the mystery will continue about the RD-LOGICS pipe.
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    Keep us posted on the brushless!

    Here is my video from today, it is a little more exciting than the tuning in the back yard...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bChEBusCZns

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    ORIGINAL: Rimshot1911

    Keep us posted on the brushless!

    Here is my video from today, it is a little more exciting than the tuning in the back yard...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bChEBusCZns

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    What camera are you using? I wold love to try one, but hate to buy the wrong one. Glen
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S750. I don't know if they make it anymore... it is a 7.2 megapixel 3x optical zoom digital camera, Takes nice still shots and decent videos.

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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    This is my pretty much stock XL after 6+ gallons of abuse.
    I have a downgraded plastic spur, and a downgraded set of cheap clutch shoes.
    I guess one could say this is less than stock.

    I have a bent chassis from a meeting with a 4" steel pole at 30 MPH sideways.
    She still runs true.
    Missing a few screws, but for an XL that is a minor setback.
    Used a coathanger to fix the brake linkage for free.


    I drove away from that.
    Had no brakes, but drove away nonetheless.

    Body ain't pretty.



    Duct tape after 6 gallons is in order-


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    And my personal favorite pic of my XL-



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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    lol you think that body is torn up?



    Love that pic with all that air though, just makes me want to head out and go even higher .
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    went out today to start her up and she blew the pull starter... Ugh now its time to rewind it and retie it...

    Broke my knot...

    She was primed and ready to go...

    I've got a leak... and don't know where it is...



    Bad day... gotta spend it inside at least...
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    RE: PICS OF YOUR SAVAGES !!

    On those it is usually around the backing plate, the one way bearing shaft, the base of the carburetor or the mid needle-which is actually an adjustable seat for the LSN. The base of the main needle tube or the o-rings in the main needle itself. I did not have much trouble with the LSN O-rings, as long as they did not come torn from the factory. Be sure to check your fuel lines and fuel tank, especially the O-ring on the lid. I have one I have to push the lid shut so that it snaps in or it will let the exhaust blow air through the tank and foam up the fuel. Glen
    My first glow fuel car was a Cox Dune Buggy in about 1968, my latest model is an Ofna DM-1. I have burned up a decent retirement in nitro fuel....


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