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Old 01-29-2015, 11:34 AM
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Awesome I like watching those RC videos. I have a few myself, here are two of my favorites.
My tiger tank, 90% steel and aluminum, and shoots 6mm BBs

And my 4x4 nitro Revo.


I also have a few planes and mini quad copter with a camera, but I'm better with things that stay on the ground, lol.
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Old 01-29-2015, 11:51 AM
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Now I have to figure out which RC to attach this knock off GoPro camera I just picked up I actually picked it up to record some fun tractor vids but might as well get my money worth out of it!
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Old 01-29-2015, 03:08 PM
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Thats a nasty habit those RCs, I got into them about 40 yrs ago and Im still addicted.... cars, trucks, boats, planes and heli's.... no quad-copter yet but thats about all Im missing. Have a new AE gas truck I still need to break-in the motor, and an AE gas pan racer thats about 40 yrs old... its one of those hobbies you get to share with the g-kids so even the wife cant complain too much. Lol
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Old 01-29-2015, 03:28 PM
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Thats a nasty habit those RCs, I got into them about 40 yrs ago and Im still addicted.... cars, trucks, boats, planes and heli's.... no quad-copter yet but thats about all Im missing. Have a new AE gas truck I still need to break-in the motor, and an AE gas pan racer thats about 40 yrs old... its one of those hobbies you get to share with the g-kids so even the wife cant complain too much. Lol
Ya it's a hard habit to break man! I buy all my stuff used and rebuild them all. Doing it this way they are so darn cheap that it makes it hard to pass up the deal The only thing that has gotten me to calm down buying these is Cubs HAHAHAHAHA! Still not saving any cash but just able to actually sit on these RC's now I had an early quad copter and it was really fun. My buddies day has it now and he uses it to grab video of houses he sells.
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Old 01-29-2015, 05:41 PM
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heres some pics from my collection, not nearly all of them but just some really cool ones.
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heres an action shot of my 2wd buggy landing a jump and my 2wd truck at the starting line, its the black one
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I used to big into rc off road truck racing. I haven't raced in 4 years. I still have my trucks.



First truck is my short track truck that I raced on dirt and carpet.
Second truck is my medium track truck that I race on dirt only.
Third truck is my big track truck that I race on dirt only.
I run stock motors in the first 2 trucks.
I run stock and mod motors in the third truck.
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I used to big into rc off road truck racing. I haven't raced in 4 years. I still have my trucks.



First truck is my short track truck that I raced on dirt and carpet.
Second truck is my medium track truck that I race on dirt only.
Third truck is my big track truck that I race on dirt only.
I run stock motors in the first 2 trucks.
I run stock and mod motors in the third truck.
i see your a losi man, i prefer ae myself
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i see your a losi man, i prefer ae myself
I notice your ae the first time I watch the video (great video).

My Son and I started with Losi and I stayed with them. All the local tracks shut down and the ones that are still active run more than stadium trucks and buggies together. Most of the none stadium trucks and buggies are much bigger. I was a punching bag at one race......last time I ran them.
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I notice your ae the first time I watch the video (great video).

My Son and I started with Losi and I stayed with them. All the local tracks shut down and the ones that are still active run more than stadium trucks and buggies together. Most of the none stadium trucks and buggies are much bigger. I was a punching bag at one race......last time I ran them.
Yea the track I started at closed down so I started going to the track in the video, its a real nice place but its about an hour each way so by the time I paid for gas and entry fee I had $50 into going and I just couldn't justify the cost anymore. Another reason I stopped going is lack of competition, the few people that could run with me moved away or stopped going and it just wasn't fun being 3 or 4 laps up on 2nd place, despite my best efforts to help people with there set ups so they'd be more competitive they didn't want to hear it and yes once the real racers left it turned into a hack fest.
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