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Old 03-13-2009, 08:29 AM
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Have you guys seen this? Its a 1/3 scale R/C truck that you can convert to a ATV thing...amazing. I don't dare show this to my son, or he will want one!

http://www.autoblog.com/2009/03/12/v...eable-r-c-car/
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There have been a few threads about it, and the RC video seems pretty good. I wouldn't have any interest in riding it - as I'd rather use a real ATV of course, but as a huge RC it seems good.
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There have been a few threads about it, and the RC video seems pretty good. I wouldn't have any interest in riding it - as I'd rather use a real ATV of course, but as a huge RC it seems good.

I agree..

Does anyone have a price on this thing?
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Looks pretty cool, I think they are going to be at the RC Expo next month in Pomona, CA. I am going to have to go and check it out.
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Default RE: Bulldog R/C Truck Gas 1/3 scale - YOU RIDE IT!

Not cheap, as much as a 4wheeler ATV, (a good brand at that).

It's really an intersting concept, and I toyed around with the idea of buying a cheap or used ATV and modding that into an RC after watching this vid

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_8567064/tm.htm
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Default RE: Bulldog R/C Truck Gas 1/3 scale - YOU RIDE IT!

It's about $2300-2500...I posted this a while ago on a couple of other forums. there's a motor hop-up and pipe too as far as I can recall....big rc but a bit slow even hopped up compared to what's available in 5th scale right now. It is definitely big though.
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Ride a Rc and radio control it I like the idea ! now if they can have a 4x4 version that would be a blast
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awesome looking beast! no doubt about that...
my only gripe is that it appears too slow.....
i wouldnt buy an atv that slow and i woulnt want an rc that slow...
the shots on the vid have been sped up in places
110cc engine is a chinesse engine too

would draw a big crowd tho
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I recently purchased a BullDog 1/3 scale, as described in the above comments. I do not have the passcode, so i cannot use the r/c functions. Can anyone help with this? i.e., how to bypass the passcode, maybe rewiring it for modern electronics, um open for suggestions? Appreciate any help, Thank you, RCpickens :-)

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