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03-25-2013 06:43 AM
paintchip31 I have to many myself but I race off road RC most of mine are Durango!
03-07-2013 10:47 AM
cbdallas I have a Redcat Caldera 10e that I really enjoy. She's getting old and worn out but still runs strong. I'll spare you from seeing a picture...it needs a new body BADLY. I'm probably just gonna get a new one and part this one out.
03-07-2013 01:47 AM
zetecDon I have 5 total R/C cars. But the one's that I mainly use now are just my 1/16 Slash 4x4 VXLs. I have two of the Slash, but I also have a Nitro Sport, Nitro Rustler and 3.3 nitro Jato as well. The Jato and Nitro Sport have seen better days and the Rustler is the only one that still runs right. But I just got tired of fiddling with nitro set ups every day I would take it out. If the temperature changed, you had to adjust the settings to make the cars run right. Don't have to do that with the electric. Just plug it in, turn it on and go! My main Slash is semi customized. I have new RPM arms, Integy steel driveshafts, Integy aluminum wheels(they are heavy compared to the stock wheels), T-Bone Racing skid plates for the full underside and a Pro-Line F150 body that I had to cut a lot to fit properly on the Slash. Here is a picture of how it currently sits, yes, I know I need to clean it lol. I am going to make some videos this summer of it running. The nice thing about these small trucks is that I have been able to beat the hell out of them and never had anything break on them. The only problem I ever had was sand and gravel getting down into the drive shaft from the opening on top and destroying the drive shafts that way. But I fixed that problem but covering it with tape for now. I am trying to make an insert that fits down in there without crimping the drive shaft. Anyways, onto the picture.

03-05-2013 12:59 PM
drunkyoda here is mine...

03-05-2013 12:29 PM
felixthecat
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Children have always been fascinated with Remote Controlled (RC) Toys. Have you ever known a child who wasnít fascinated with a remote control toy? I certainly havenít. Every kid I know is fascinated with remote control toys. Moreover, itís not limited to just children. Even adults love remote control.

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Andy.
So w/ that= What kind do you have?
03-05-2013 04:45 AM
Andy456
Radio Controlled Toys

Children have always been fascinated with Remote Controlled (RC) Toys. Have you ever known a child who wasnít fascinated with a remote control toy? I certainly havenít. Every kid I know is fascinated with remote control toys. Moreover, itís not limited to just children. Even adults love remote control.

Regards.
Andy.
03-02-2013 06:08 PM
felixthecat I just traded my moddit out LST2 for a Summit. My 1st electric r/c. I've always had nitro or gas. I was looking at the hpi Apache C1, would you know if thats any good? It sure looks awesome. I've always liked the buggy's. As I've had many buggies, including the hpi 5B's.
03-01-2013 09:03 PM
00exploder Yeah it's a 2wd slash
03-01-2013 09:00 PM
felixthecat
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I know I'm not the only one from FF that plays with rc toys. Let's see them. Here's mine
Which one is that? A slash perhaps?
02-28-2013 10:12 PM
00exploder Thanks
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