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Old 01-17-2016, 07:12 PM
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Is there a lot of tracks around you??????
A few but I mainly just mess around local. Racing can be more expensive then this cub sickness I have
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A few but I mainly just mess around local. Racing can be more expensive then this cub sickness I have
That's why I quit doing it, to be competitive the cars cost a grand or more and going to the track every Friday was about $50 by the time I got gas and paid the entry fee.
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Old 01-17-2016, 07:18 PM
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That's why I quit doing it, to be competitive the cars cost a grand or more and going to the track every Friday was about $50 by the time I got gas and paid the entry fee.
Yep, and the $50 is on the low side. Guys are buying new tires every week for races. There's your $50 easy right there. A lot of fun but really does add up. Now I just like collecting a few and play around.
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Nice looking RC's. Is that a Slash? 2 or 4 wheel drive? Did toy do all the painting?
Thanks. It's an Associated ProSC 4x4. I did all of the paint with spray cans.
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[quote=garnold;359748]Yep, and the $50 is on the low side. Guys are buying new tires every week for races. There's your $50 easy right there. A lot of fun but really does add up. Now I just like collecting a few and play around.[/QUOTE

I know ill not compete with those "Guys" but that's ok....For me its about getting the chance to race a couple of heats and the main...Sometimes i get lucky and beat those "Guys" most of the times not...LOL...Its still fun to me....
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heres a video from the first track i ever raced at, we raced there for about 3 yrs til it closed down. im driving the black truck and leading the race, man i miss racing there.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQk7Apu_niY
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Just test flew this one Thursday....Happy it survived.....
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Battery sponsor, tire sponsor, manufacturer sponsor, motor dyno's, battery matchers, commutator lathe's, regional events , nationals spend spend spend.

Been there, done that..fast as all get out. Had a lot of fun and met some cool people, as well as some that were not so much.

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Dusted off my racing buggy and ripped it around the yard, I really have the itch to go racing again.
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HAHAHAHA! I hear ya man! I took my buggy out a few days ago as well. Just fun to play around with every once in a while for sure!
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