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Old 02-21-2006, 06:58 PM
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Default vintage rc official old school thread

old school will beat new school hey all lets see some pics and vids of your old rc10's,losi's'tamiyas,whatever
also anyone with ? about their old cars(part numbers what sthe best setup etc.)
feel free to ask(i have all rc10/rc10t info)
i have manuals and links to online ones
(last thread got a little off topic so keep everything old school )

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Old 02-21-2006, 07:21 PM
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my pics
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Old 02-21-2006, 08:10 PM
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Default RE: vintage rc official old school thread

well heres the last bit of salvage from my thread i had removed

lets see some old school


here is the parts list for the truggy conversion
everything marked with(only for full truck conv) is not used in the truggy conversion

#7305 front kick plate (only for full truck conv)
#6122 body *
#6206 wide track ft a-arms(only for truggy conv) *
#7323 rear body mounts *
#7354 rear a-arms (needs#6381 hinge pins) *
#7361 dogbone (2) *
#7353 rear shock strut *
#7214or7215 ft shock strut (only for full truck conv)
#7318and7319 ft body mount (only for full truck conv)
#7206 front a-arms(need inner hinge pin#7209) (only for full truck conv)
#7207 ft bulk (only for full truck conv)
pluss i used sportwerks raven rear shocks (witch are cheaper and nicer than the assoitaed ones 19$ for them ass ones are 30$) *
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old school will beat new school
Not necessarly, if they are both using the same motor then whatever you have more fun with is better.
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Old 02-21-2006, 08:38 PM
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Default RE: vintage rc official old school thread

id like to keep this about old school

but id still like to see a new car go full speed into a wall without breaking
come to think of it od like to see any new rc that has an alum cahassis out of the box
(nitro not included)
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Old 02-21-2006, 08:47 PM
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Hey disc, did the original gold pan rc10 come with a painted or clear body? I'm getting ready to paint up a body for mine and think I'd like it to look old. You know, like what paint schemes and colors were used / popular in the late 80's. I kinda like the gold one in your pictures and the one in the middle row, second from the right. Doesn't somebody make those applica's with Betty Boop. That would be cool.
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Old 02-21-2006, 08:57 PM
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the body came clear

the graffix is an internal one from jakal didnt see any at the hobby store but u might search the net for them



heres a pic of the rc10 paint scheem from the box
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cadillac, you make a vid of u doin faster than disc and then post and i bet disc's is better. also, stop just coming in to posts and saying things suck without having something to defend ur statement.....its pointless.


my vintage stuff (i have 2 of alot of the stuff) i have more but i dont have pics of all of it. also i havent posted my favorite buggy yet because i need to take some pics of it. and i have another rc10l or rc12l im not sure which one that ill post pics of
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Old 02-21-2006, 09:26 PM
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lol heck yea man ill be waiting for some pics of your finished cars once u have them all restored


looks like u have a good bone yard for parts
my prolbem is when i start getting a bone yard i end up going to the lhs and restoreing the part cars i end up with lol
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Old 02-21-2006, 09:28 PM
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yea im excited about my fav jrx buggy and my jrxt truck to get done
heres a vag outline of wat i bought for 20$ (i posted this in another thread where i was asked about it)
lol disc i gave u the name of "vintage specialist" when i posted it :P

well u asked to see this stuff i bought so heres some of the stuff i got for 20$. 6 old jrx2 and jrxpro buggy chasis (valued on ebay and with the help of a vintage specialist which ive found for 60-80$ 3 pan cars of rc10l and rc12l chasis valued at 80+ per, a jrxt which im not sure of value at least 60+ but im keepin that for sure cuz its alum. chasis and very sturdy, about 3 dozen tires and rims (some old some new old) 3 large toolboxes full of parts, about a dozen 1400mah 6 cell batteries, a TEKIN charger (older only charges nicd), a soldering iron, 3 no limit TEKIN escs, about 8 servos, about 6 receivers, 4 controllers (not real nice but worth a little bit at least), i think 8 older motors (still work for moderate bashing needs and indoor driving needs), and i cant think of the rest right now but theres still more. actually theres prolly more moneys worth thatn that because my chasis will sell for close to that much tho im not selling all of it such as the parts and stuff im keeping and some of the chasis. o yea also theres a nitro motor, gas tank, and all the stuff to make an rtr nitro truck, including new glow plug. SO...............considering alot of the parts are newold or new or used but still usable or vintage, ive looked the stuff up, had people tell me what they thought, and other things, and figured a rough estimate.

lucky me huh?
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Default RE: vintage rc official old school thread

Holinger, well said with regard to Cadillac. I think we need to just continue to remind him of the purpose of this forum. Geez. Gets old. Discgolfer, I just love your stuff. Keep it coming!
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yea discs vids are awesome and his rocket vids are pretty crazy too lol
you should string them into a big vid with some music and stuff. (unless ur computer doesnt have the software) itd be a great vid
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Discgolfer was just recently asking about a free software download so he could edit the vids together. Wish I knew of something like that!
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thanks speaking of better put thoes here to
a/6/7 class rocket engine

http://media.putfile.com/rocketrc10

c/6/7 class rocket engine

http://www.rcpics.net/media/Mov00019.mpg
http://www.rcpics.net/img/71921

d/12/7 clas rocket engine

http://www.rcpics.net/view_single.php?medid=71958
http://www.rcpics.net/media/Mov00016.mpg

e/9/6 class rocket engine

http://www.rcpics.net/img/71971
http://www.rcpics.net/img/71972

the rocket boosted rc10
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heres the last vintage bit i have from my other threads
the marui knock off of the tamiya wild willy
the super wheelie from 1980 (what got me into this rc mess)
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Discgolfer...


We are rebuilding an old RC10. Can you tell me what kind of current rear rims and tires we could use without any mods to the car? Not worried about keeping it "vintage looking" for now. Thank you!
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id like to get a Tamiya LunchBox.....
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associated makes replacement one piece ones that any 2.2 tires will fit on also rpm makes ones that will fit to

do u have a local hobby shop
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Here is a on road version old school gold pan.
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here pis's not working for some fn reason.
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here are a couple of links
these r whats on the rc10 t in pics above they will fit the buggy to
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXEV84&P=7

these are a direct replacement but it will be hard to find tires
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LX2898&P=7

cant tell if these will work (hate shoping on the net) but i think these r the white ones in the pics
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LX2948&P=7
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now?
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Here ya go!!
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still no pic let me try

well im not haveing any trouble with pics


my vintage xx
ill have vids tommorow of the double x
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