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    RE: Slash Platinum 4x4 ?

    I sort of did that same thing (upgrading everything slowly over time) with my Tmaxx till I added it all up and realized I had over $3k into it. Never again will I do that so my platinum is still...
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    RE: Flyzone Calypso?

    I did read that review as well as a few others I found. I've been waiting since may to hear anything about it because unfortunately Flyzone sent a rep to RCX that knew nothing of it or powered...
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    Flyzone Calypso?

    I've been away for a while from flying gliders and have been driving my offroad rc cars but I'm back now and ready to pull the trigger on a new powered glider. I'm looking at the Flyzone Calypso...
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    RE: first glider

    Ive been thinking about a foam powered glider to take with me when out at the beach and the Radian Pro looks like a winner but then I saw this Flyzone Calypso at RCX last weekend. There really wasn't...
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    RE: Flying sites on Kauai?

    I've stood at that railing watching birds soar hundreds of feet below and realized they were hundreds of feet above the canyon floor. That was some view.
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    RE: mounting body

    I like to use standard size servo horns because they hold pretty good,provide a clean looking mount and make it easy to remove the body when you want because the surface is smaller. I simply grind...
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    RE: All the hot women in this hobby ...

    This is a funny thread cause We see all the smiling scantily clad models at the R/C shows and at various r/c related events and you think why not? Women should be involved in this hobby, but it kinda...
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    RE: First rock crawler

    Well, T9... I credit you for allowing me to see the light in considering used R/Cs as an option and now I'm hooked on buying used.
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    RE: First rock crawler

    I'm all about buying used now, and I recommend looking for a used axial if you can afford to do so. There are many people out there that buy a crawler, try it out out and quickly find its not their...
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    RE: axial wraith

    its not just Axial, its most manufacturers. I bought a Traxxas Slash 4x4 and a steering block pin backed out on the first day, it was gone in the sand and the truck was shelved for the rest of the...
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    RE: What do you drive?

    I still remember the vw commercials for the Thing when it was first introduced I think in '73. I would love to have one of those lifted up and a 2 liter stuffed under the deck.
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    RE: what are you scared of?

    Only a few things scare me.

    One of them is being tied or restrained where you cant move and or being buried alive like in (Kill Bill).
    Falling into a hole or crevasse where you get wedged in...
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    RE: What do you drive?

    nah, no exotic stuff here, this is a 2275cc; Brazilian Case, Bugpack crank, rimco rods, Dual 45 Dells, 125 engle, 044 heads.
    I built this one back in 1997 for around $5k after the first one I had...
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    RE: Vehicle Naming Contest (NEW) Posted May 5

    Dust Storm
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    RE: Vehicle Naming Contest (NEW) Posted May 5

    Recat Lahar
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    RE: Vehicle Naming Contest (NEW) Posted May 5

    WildFire
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    RE: Vehicle Naming Contest (NEW) Posted May 5

    Hailstorm
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    RE: Vehicle Naming Contest (NEW) Posted May 5

    Redcat Bobcat XL
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    RE: Vehicle Naming Contest (NEW) Posted May 5

    Redcat Jaguar

    Redcat Panthera

    Redcat Pantera

    Redcat Puma
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    RE: What do you drive?

    this is my baby, she'll be painted someday

    http://i226.photobucket.com/albums/dd59/evlwevl/P1010053-1.jpg
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    RE: RC games for ps3

    Unless your able to use an actual r/c type controller, an rc game on the PS3 might as well be anything from Need for Speed or Gran Turismo.

    I play vrc on my computer using my Spektrum DX3R and...
  22. RE: Im Seriously On the Verge of Losing This Hobby

    Your dads sound like smart men. I started spending money on R/C soon after high school and my dad always stressed how important it was to save money. I wish I would have listened to him because I'd...
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    Poll: RE: how much cars do you have?

    My first car was purchased in 1988. It was the RC10L

    then came......
    Original Tamiya Sandscorcher
    Tamiya Astute
    Tamiya Hornet
    AE RC10L
    AE TC4
    Traxxas SuperMaxx
    Traxxas TMaxx...
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    RE: RC stuff....buying vs. Selling

    Attending RCX last month was really an eye opener to how the hobby/RC industry is doing. Just a few years ago, it was shoulder to shoulder through the isles of that show and it was actually difficult...
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    RE: Where are the reviews on the Fling DLG?

    Ive only found every post on the 48" and 2meter fling which I'm not interesting in. The DLG fling seems to be a ghost of a sailplane because I cant find anything about on this site or others, must...
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