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Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by alisar70, Apr 5, 2004.
wow thats some cool sstuff want to send me 1 joking lool
i agree with joe. i think some of the early 1970's s were nice too.1972 nova
Here is a pic of my fifth (and last) Frog that I bought on Ebay last week. Got an unbelievable deal as it came in its original box in mint condition, complete radio system also in the original box, two chargers one fast and one slow. A ton of extra parts and original paperwork, even had original reciepts that totaled over three hundred
and fifty dollars. All this for a $65 Buy it Now price. The car itself has been used but not abused. The body is in Great condition and note the hop-ups, such as rear street tires and front Shocks. The car also has ball bearings. I Love it. I will send pic's of my Blackfoot as soone as I have it all together.
wow a really good price
why whats the price tag on that car!
nice car. $65
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Since the upload section doesn't seem to be working, I have my pictures here:
This is my first attempt at building a kit, actually my first RC Nitro Car. It has been a challenge, but it was fun. I am now thinking of a stadium truck for racing, since I can't race my 1/10 buggy.
nice job! why cant you race the buggy?
It is a 1/10 scale 4WD buggy. There doesn't seem to be any races with that classifcation. The races are for 1/10 scale monster/stadium trucks and 1/8 scale buggy. Of course I can race unofficially.
well at my local track they have any race as long as there are at least 4 people that want to race in that class
By the way, the headlights that I used can be mounted inside as well as the outside of the body with tie-wraps or maybe even glue. They are two LED flashlights that are EXTREMELY BRIGHT. I got them at Wal-Mart for $10 each in the sporting goods department. They have their own batteries, so they don't drain yours and they are very light weight. The lights are actually moveable, so I can bend them to make them look like real "bug's eyes".
Here is a better picture of the flashlight:
I think at my local track, they have a similar rule. I will have to see how many people can race in the same/similar class as myself. Not too many 4WD 1/10 scale buggies out there.
you can always make it only 2wd
no, that would be very nasty, my friend tried it and handling went to rat sh.it
of course the handling is going to $uck if you just make it 2wd you also have to change/adjust the shocks and adjust the suspension to get the handling you want.
well not realy no!! cause all u have to do is (FORGOT) email me for more info
my 2wd buggy runs fine. you just need to tune everything else to drive 2wd.
do u have to chenge the idle screw or anthink? when chagning to 2wd