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Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by Nitro Man, Mar 28, 2004.
I would like to see every one's trucks ok,
this is electric.Electric is better and can be made much faster than any stock Nitro.
heres a pic from after i had a run in with a savage!
How is electric better than nitro.................I had a couple of electric cars and I hated always recharging batteries.... I like nitro because all you do is fill the tank and you’re on the road again.... Plus your looking at, at least $200 for a brushless motor then another 100 to 150 for a good speed control to handle the motor, were you can get a nitro engine for 100 to 150...and that’s all you need...your going to spend all your money mostly on battery packs...I don't know that’s just my opinion...........
guys, please, this a "post ur pics" topic, not a dumb#@$%"Electric vs. Nitro" topic, so just stop now please and save the headaches.
people who hate electric dont know enough about it.Nitro is cool but i like Electric.i also know a great deal about it.
people who hate nitro dont know enough about it. One could say that too, huh? OK, enough of the talk, show the pics. I would but can't load any, the site won't let me. Refer to off topic area (I think)
I'll try and get mine out here later this week. All mine are over 1MB so the site won't let me upload them.
Here are somemore pics of my car I POsted quite a few
For those of you who cannot upload pictures on the site,Get a host like: RCPic.net,PhotoBucket.com and such sites to host you. Then just put your link to a post and there you have yous pics on the page.
Here is my Rc10 gt. It used to be a stock gt sport now its all factory team specs. Whatre your thoughts??
these are some cool trucks and cars u all got
My car is the crapest cause its smartech
“Big Blue” has been a project of mine since I got my first Tmaxx 2.5 kit last year.
Most of the stock parts have been upgraded with hardened steal, aircraft grade
aluminum, and other exotics. Bullet proof and fast, this thing climbs up mountains
and jumps like a freak. Aftermarket parts are from but not limited to the following vendors…
Unlimited Engineering, HCR, Omega, Robinson Racing, RPM CVD’s, MIP, Lunsford, Pro-Line,
HiTec, Ofna, and the kitchen sink. I’m not the greatest mechanic so I’ve had to use many
suggestions, pictures and ideas from this forum, magazines, and my local hobby shops to
build this beast. Thank you to all the RC builders out there keeping the Tmaxx running
over the competition.
DUDENAR--Thats a sweet ride. Im sure you got a lot of $$$ wrapped up in it. Dont think about the $$ part. I dont wanna cause a heartattack. lol--J
Thanks, I get some good deals locally but you're right, gling costs. But this thing gets used, bashed, and fixed, a lot.