burm???

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  1. monsterrcbuilder04

    monsterrcbuilder04 Active Member

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    having trouble building a burm for my track. have any suggestions?
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    wats a "burm"??just need to know to try to help out...
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    its like a bank on the turn of a track. they dont always have them on rc tracks but they're on bmx tracks
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    oh gotcha. I have seen them on BMX tracks and the people that i know that have built them just packed in a #@$% load of dirt and made the banking. But the way i would go about it is to spend a little cash, get some 2X4's and some ply wood, build a frame to the demensions and angle i like, spike it down, cover it with dirt and race. Just the way I would do it.
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    i think i'll go with the #@$% load of dirt. it doesnt have to be big for an rc and i have plenty of dirt. i wish i still had my dirt bike. then i could just wip out the back end and rip up the ground to form one
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    ya that'd be the easier, and more fun way by far!
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    ya, my friend could probably bring his 4-wheelers over but i doubt that my parents wouldnt like that
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