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Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by mpracing, Nov 11, 2002.
hahahahahhaa man i got emails coming in like crazy from this ploace
here its 100HK for a gallon of 30%nitro which is affordable
what kinda money is that
does anybody know anything about a nitro mt 2 what are they like
why is reverse not allowed in racing? and heres a hmmmm question,why dont they make real cars out of lexan and nylon?
thats cheap for a gallon. its $25-$30 a gollon here in the states. im guesing that reverse would give you an advantage if you got into a multiple car crash. why you getting so many emails?
i was wondering how to take off the tires with out getting new rims. Mine are super glued on and i might have put to much. how do i do it?????
monsterrcbuilder04</u> $25.00/$30.00 for nitro is crazy... what part of the states do you live in!!! Here is Rhode Island it's only $17.50/$18.50!!! Sometimes when you I need it and the RC Hobby store by my house is closed I have to go to a smaller hobby shop (they mostly deal with trains) but even then it is only $20.00 and these proces are after 7% sales tax....
to get your tires off try using a screwdriver and prying them off
man im going to have to start coming over there to get fuel. i live in the ne corner of CT. right over the line of foster RI. the fuel is from little stores not big ones. are you buying it from a big store that has a lot of buisness?
i get my 30% for $50
thats £25 here
sorry its $12.5 for a quart here, my bad
that was not me that was my friend but he didnt have an account yet.
well did he get them off?
I have not tried to get my wheels (meats) off yet, but read that the best way is to place them in a sauce pan of water and place them on the stove (low heat). The site I was reading (Think it was (ProRacingSecrets.com)said it will not hurt the rubber or the inserts. After a few minutes when the glue has broken down the tire will slide off and then just make sure you really clean everything to make sure the left over glue is all gone. monsterrcbuilder04</u> I buy my nitro from a place called Brands RC Hobby Store in North Providence, RI. I live about three minutes from there. The state that they are the largest RC Hobby Business in New England... full line of cars, trucks, planes, boats, jets (really cool), etc... they only deal with RC and 95% nitro... great parts department and really great prices. The just started to build a web site which only has a picture on the owner, son and their plane (fly in tourn.) - however they price match and run almost the same prices as a company called TowerHobby.com in the few cases when the price is different Brands is lower. I went to HPIRacing.com and priced out a few upgrades and Brands ended up having everything for about 20% less than HPIU said it should cost...
yeh he did monsterrcbuilder04