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Old 04-19-2017, 06:10 PM
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Pic of my truck with the clay slicks on it, my first race on clay with this truck I got first.
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Old 04-19-2017, 07:31 PM
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Pic of my truck with the clay slicks on it, my first race on clay with this truck I got first.

Looks good Tim!

I was an AE guy too, used to run dirt oval. Would love to race again, but I have too many other irons in the fire to start up again.




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Old 04-19-2017, 08:19 PM
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Nice truck, needs a little mud on it

Last time I raced an RC10 was still an electric buggy with a gold pan frame... and I still have it although on a graphite chassis.
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Well this is about the last place I would expect to find a big post on rc cars. My best friend in 8th grade got me into (hobby grade) rc when I bought his Bolink Digger. I soon upgraded to a Traxxas Stampede but lost interest when I got my license and started playing with real cars. I got back into it a couple years ago when I bought a used Axial SCX-10. Of course the only logical thing to do after that is build a crawler course in my house so I can crawl inside when it rains. Soon after I bought a Trailfinder 2 project just because I wanted the wheels that were on it, a 2wd brushless slash, and a 1/24 scale proline ambush.
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Ya but the question is... NOVAROSSI, MUGEN or OS....
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Ya but the question is... NOVAROSSI, MUGEN or OS....
O.S. I've never had one that didn't run great in both cars and planes.
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I had an OS 2.5 in my Ofna Monster Blazer...Bad Aszzz!
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I was given a T Maxx the other day by my mother in law, it was my father in laws and hasn't ran for a while. It needs some work but I can't wait to get it running, I haven't had a nitro car for a long time.
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I was given a T Maxx the other day by my mother in law, it was my father in laws and hasn't ran for a while. It needs some work but I can't wait to get it running, I haven't had a nitro car for a long time.
I recently bought parts to convert my tmaxx to electric. with todays lipos and brushless motors, nitro doesnt interest me and (to me) its not worth the extra effort.
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I recently bought parts to convert my tmaxx to electric. with todays lipos and brushless motors, nitro doesnt interest me and (to me) its not worth the extra effort.
I agree and would like to do the same but since this truck belonged to my father in law I'm trying to keep it mostly original.
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