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post #151 of 639 Old 03-08-2010, 10:11 PM
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post #152 of 639 Old 03-09-2010, 12:52 AM
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got the slash!!

out of the box



cant leave well enough alone



now with my spektrum, different pinion, different springs all around, dual batteries, hpi street tires and 5 spoke rims



so its my little bros birthday so my dad and i got his brushless RC18T and stampede working for his bday. anywats took all of them out to a huge open smooth parking lot. he has a slash too. so my bro was testing my dads slash and drifting and so was i. i got up to speed, put her in a slide at like 45mph and my bro was going at me and we didnt see eachother. ended up sliding into his drivers side tire and his hit right on the wheel. snapped my hub and his. trip to the LHS tomorrow! fun trucks!!








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Looks like your slash had a full day and a great "break in" haha.
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I just installed some high clearance links on my mini. What is the most common repair glue on the plastic parts? I use Gorilla Glue for a lot of stuff around the house, its ugly but its never failed me.

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got my bronco on and new slash body! took the bronco for a quick spin the other day



melting snow plus ice makes it easy to get stuck haha






















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post #156 of 639 Old 03-13-2010, 03:40 AM
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Not a car, but this is what i have on order.
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got my bronco on and new slash body! took the bronco for a quick spin the other day

Is that thing completely water proof?

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Not a car, but this is what i have on order.


Is this video the same thing? Does this guy have absolutely mad flying skills or are they that easy to fly? A dragonfly couldn't even pull off moves like that, that's freaking amazing!

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Is that thing completely water proof?
the slash (red one) is out of the box, but the crawler king is not. i water proofed it myself put the esc and reciever in baggies. once i get my lights on it though, im gonna put both the reciever and esc in balloons and ziptie them shut so i can almost drive underwater haha.

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Takes years to fly like that. They are pretty easy to just hover, but hard to fly.
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post #161 of 639 Old 03-13-2010, 09:23 PM
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Oh No!! An RC thread. This is one of MANY, but by far my favorite scale rig. Check it out!










And, of course, a couple poser pics.








And for when things get bad on the trail....

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Oh No!! An RC thread. This is one of MANY, but by far my favorite scale rig. Check it out!


And for when things get bad on the trail....
So is this yours or just your favorite? Team Chevy? The detail is ridicules, the wear on the rock sliders, you cleaned up the heat around the fog lights... do the work too? I'm curious to see your others.

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So is this yours or just your favorite? Team Chevy? The detail is ridicules, the wear on the rock sliders, you cleaned up the heat around the fog lights... do the work too? I'm curious to see your others.
Yeah, it's mine. It's a stretched SCX-10. I did all the work myself. The headlights, foglights, and tail lights all work. There are hours and hours just in the details. I'll dig up some pics and get them posted to show the build.

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