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Old 11-22-2007, 09:12 AM
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Default Happy Thanksgiving! (vid included)

Just thought I'd say happy thanksgiving to everybody and share this vid of a couple revo's with 18tz's.


[link=http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5664099766985212475&q=revo&total=5429&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=3]Happy Thanksgiving![/link]
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Old 11-22-2007, 09:29 AM
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awsoome video!!! and happy thanksgiving right back at ya. i oved the double backflip at 2:43
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Old 11-22-2007, 09:36 AM
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*clap**clap**clap**clap**clap**clap**clap**clap**c lap**clap**clap**clap**clap**clap**clap**clap**cla p* very nice video i enjoed it a lot u are so lucky u have the large mound of dirt, where i am in ri, there is no where to ride, its like noone drives rc's in ri including the ppl on rcu lol

p.s. if anyone lives in ri i like in north smithfield u?
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Old 11-22-2007, 09:49 AM
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Thanks guys but it wasn't my vid. I just recognize the trucks and posters from other places. I know they run 18tz's like I do so I posted it up. Yea that bashing spot was pretty awsome. I do have my spots though. [8D] I might get some pics up of my truck by the end of the weekend. My g/f takes good action shots.

I live in long Island. RI is a couple hours from me.
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Thanks guys but it wasn't my vid. I just recognize the trucks and posters from other places. I know they run 18tz's like I do so I posted it up. Yea that bashing spot was pretty awsome. I do have my spots though. [8D] I might get some pics up of my truck by the end of the weekend. My g/f takes good action shots.

I live in long Island. RI is a couple hours from me.
darn, i cant find any1 in ri who has a truck also! lol
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Old 11-22-2007, 12:27 PM
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ORIGINAL: NitroVenom

Thanks guys but it wasn't my vid. I just recognize the trucks and posters from other places. I know they run 18tz's like I do so I posted it up. Yea that bashing spot was pretty awsome. I do have my spots though. [8D] I might get some pics up of my truck by the end of the weekend. My g/f takes good action shots.

I live in long Island. RI is a couple hours from me.
Well then, good find! Nice video
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Old 11-22-2007, 12:47 PM
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yeah i just thought i have a deja vu. i think that vid is from 2005.
i do not remember the name of the user but i guess he had the word "air" in his name. no wonder. [8D]
that is a one of the nicest revo jumping vids i have seen so far.

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Old 11-22-2007, 01:04 PM
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Hey, happy Thanksgiving to you, too! Hmmm, that spot reminds of the days when my friend and I would take our trucks to the Yuma dunes with paddle tires and jump off the top of 150 foot dunes. And race quads and see the look on their face when my Team Orion Wasp .28 powered Monster GT and my friends Mach 427 powered Revo would smoke them off the line. Hmmm...[>:] Yuma dunes on Thanksgiving weekend, here I come.
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Old 11-22-2007, 01:15 PM
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the vid doenst work for me....but i know know which vid is it..i also saw it a long time ago...

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he had the word "air" in his name.
its airmaxx2---something...yeah ive seen the vid before...
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Old 11-22-2007, 01:32 PM
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Airmaxx23 ring any bells?
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Old 11-22-2007, 01:40 PM
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^^^ahah yeah..he had one video where his aluminum (was it titanium?) skid plate scraped a rock at full speed and sparks flew all over...it was sick never seen that before.
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^^^ahah yeah..he had one video where his aluminum (was it titanium?) skid plate scraped a rock at full speed and sparks flew all over...it was sick never seen that before.
That would be titanium. Ever see little square blocks of metal on the bottom of the rear bumper or bottom of the door on some lowrider's or cars with hydrualics? Well if you haven't, they put these little blocks of titanium there so when they are going down the road, they can lower the car just until those blocks start scraping the pavement, and they create sparks. Titanium makes ALOT more sparks than most metal, and thats why people put titanium blocks on the car instead of steel ones. So the guys skidplate probably was titanium.

My buddy has FlexTek titanium suspension arms on his savage. One night we did a night bash. Well everytime his truck would encounter a rock as high speeds, sparks would fly everywhere. And when he drove the truck in gravel at night, the rocks that the front tires would kick up would hit the rear suspension arms, and every now and then, you could see some sparks.
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Old 11-22-2007, 04:12 PM
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oh yeah long time ago i was watching West Coast Choppers (i think thats it)...and they put the blocks on their bikes to "bling-ify" it...i was wondering what materail it was...now i know yippy
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Which engine do yall think is faster O.S. 18TZ or Picco .26 Max?
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Old 11-22-2007, 09:32 PM
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Which engine do yall think is faster O.S. 18TZ or Picco .26 Max?
The TZ will reach higher RPM's than the Picco. I think, being an .18, it would probably edge out the Picco .26 max. I run the TZ and the thing is amazing in my mind. BTW everybody, happy thanksgiving!
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Sweet vid. happy Turkey day to you!!!
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Which engine do yall think is faster O.S. 18TZ or Picco .26 Max?
I will be able to find that out since my neibor has a picco .26 but he needs a new exhaust. And its also in a t-maxx so the diffrence in trucks will have a big effect on which truck is faster. I will race him asap, but that probably wont be soon..
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nice video. Did you read the comments? Why must people bash what they don't understand?
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nice video. Did you read the comments? Why must people bash what they don't understand?
Unfortunately, you get a lot of those people who think they are almighty and know everything when they really don't. Pitiful if you ask me... [sm=angry_smile.gif]
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