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Does New Bright RC Really fit into the Category of Unusual RC?

Old 04-02-2009, 11:13 AM
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Default Does New Bright RC Really fit into the Category of Unusual RC?

I have seen a lot of threads about New Bright trucks/car recently. What does everyone think, are they really unusual?
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.. If we had a section to us (NEWBRIGHT / MODS) on this forum, it would be nice ..

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I have seen a lot of threads about New Bright trucks/car recently. What does everyone think, are they really unusual?
so what category would you suggest we post in since there is no dedicated forum or section for these models ,?????
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Default RE: Does New Bright RC Really fit into the Category of Unusual RC?

Well it seems to be rather popular, and besides if we posted these newbrights in a different forum, like rc rock crawling or something like that, we'd just get ripped to shreds by the hobby grade "participants" because they don't understand. All of these newbrights are very advanced with modifications, and Texx and YaleforScale (just to name a few) have tons of knowledge about anything having to do with many different areas of modifications for darn near anything and IMO they do belong here in Unusual because of what they've been through to make them how they are, yes they are rock crawlers but at the same time soo much more, and it may not be RC Skydiving or something like that but its unique in its own sense, it shows people that taking a cheap rc and with a little elbow grease and very little money it can be something great. So before taking this area away from the unusual section please take this into consideration.
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Well said sunfirefoot. I agree
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I was just posing the question because I saw this forum being overrun with threads about new brights (if you look right now the majority of all the items on the first page are new bright related) which is pushing the "unusal" (i.e. snowmobiles, atv's skydivings) rc stuff to the second page.
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HELLO ..
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If you post ..your thread back to the beginning of the first page ..

This is how the forum works ..
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I was just posing the question because I saw this forum being overrun with threads about new brights (if you look right now the majority of all the items on the first page are new bright related) which is pushing the "unusal" (i.e. snowmobiles, atv's skydivings) rc stuff to the second page.
well to be honest your the only one kicking up a fuss about this i can only suggest you seek a new forum . we are here to stay . thanks , and ohh thats regardless of the poll ... so you waisted your time and effort there .
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Ok
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Your answer does not surprise me ..
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Enough said........ we are here to stay
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Well good for you, now you have your very own forum for New Bright RC's[X(]. Congrats [X(]
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Thank you for understanding
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This forum is turning into a crawler forum. Take it to the crawler forum!!

If you are afraid they will make fun of you there harden up and prove to them why you belong. All you are doing is building crawlers.
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This forum is turning into a crawler forum. Take it to the crawler forum!!

If you are afraid they will make fun of you there harden up and prove to them why you belong. All you are doing is building crawlers.
it is now a crawler forum like it or not take your thread over to a kyosho blizzard forum .if you guys and that goes for all of you dont like what you see dont come in here simple as that ..
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This forum is turning into a crawler forum. Take it to the crawler forum!!

If you are afraid they will make fun of you there harden up and prove to them why you belong. All you are doing is building crawlers.
Cross, I couldn't agree with you more, this has basically turned into a place for people who are afraid to post in the real "rock crawler" section because they are afraid to get mocked for their "crawlers". Look at the poll, most people agree that these are not all that "unusual"
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This forum is turning into a crawler forum. Take it to the crawler forum!!

If you are afraid they will make fun of you there harden up and prove to them why you belong. All you are doing is building crawlers.
Maybe we should start some threads about clodbusters, summits, ax-10s, and other crawler and see how long New Bright stays at the top (since according to Yale, this is now a crawler forum).
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well now your just being silly .. what meant was the newbright descussions are about crawlers my fault iam sure ..
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but on another note unless the admin choose to move us your stuck with us sorry to say . but i guess we will grow to love each other over the course of time ..
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Maybe we should start some threads about clodbusters, summits, ax-10s, and other crawler and see how long New Bright stays at the top (since according to Yale, this is now a crawler forum).

The NEWBRIGHT are not comparable to any of you rc appointed ..

These are rc / toys .. ( NEWBRIGHT )

But having a small square on your forum, we would be happy ..

I think you already have a section ((crawler)) .. We will not disturb them ..

PLEASE, be forgiving .. [8D]

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Yes, your newbright discussions are about crawlers.

Can you explain to me logically why you belong here and not the crawler forum?

The discussions about limiting straps and beadlocks belong there for sure.
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Yes, your newbright discussions are about crawlers.

Can you explain to me logically why you belong here and not the crawler forum?

The discussions about limiting straps and beadlocks belong there for sure.
I believe that he who carried us here, did not mix, the NEWBRIGHT with other brands crawler (in your section, Crawlers) ..

On our old forum, we had a special section for our crawler NB ..

Do not feel welcome, troubling me greatly ..

If this pattern continues, I will take a decision very soon ..[]
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Do not you think that newbright / toys are rc ((unusual)) ???????

This may be the reason why we are here ..[8D]
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Yes, your newbright discussions are about crawlers.

Can you explain to me logically why you belong here and not the crawler forum?

The discussions about limiting straps and beadlocks belong there for sure.
I believe that he who carried us here, did not mix, the NEWBRIGHT with other brands crawler (in your section, Crawlers) ..

On our old forum, we had a special section for our crawler NB ..

Do not feel welcome, troubling me greatly ..

If this pattern continues, I will take a decision very soon ..[]
All I was trying to point out that this discussion of New Bright Crawlers is way off topic of what the forum is meant for "Discussion of Airships, Blimps, LTA, VTOL, Ground Effect Vehicles, Hovercaft and more". There are plenty of other forums for either Crawlers, Monster Trucks, and Cars.
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ORIGINAL: mazdaprotege4

Maybe we should start some threads about clodbusters, summits, ax-10s, and other crawler and see how long New Bright stays at the top (since according to Yale, this is now a crawler forum).

The NEWBRIGHT are not comparable to any of you rc appointed ..

These are rc / toys .. ( NEWBRIGHT )

But having a small square on your forum, we would be happy ..

I think you already have a section ((crawler)) .. We will not disturb them ..

PLEASE, be forgiving .. [8D]

TEXX
Fine, I give up, but why not try and join all of us in the crawler section, who know maybe you will get more people interested in the whole newbright scene.

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