Okay where to start?

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Okay where to start?

Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:17 pm

Okay i joined Clodtalk cause...i found one of these lately wanted a vintage RC for my shelf..here it is..still waiting for a colour choice to come to mind..

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Just need to think up a cool paint job now and off to the shelf it will go...

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Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:20 pm

Here is my "OTHER" rc's as well..to start with..My Team Carnage Hustler..with of course clod axles..55 turn motors, 40 series alloy rims with mud slingers, alloy axle tubes, steel gears....... blah blah blah...

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Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:24 pm

Here is my "tamiya F-350 High Lift", integy 55 turn motor, 4-link suspension, 2.2 Mudslingers (ya i love these tires), Jugger body....

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Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:29 pm

Here are my 2 2.2 crawlers..these i have a blast with...both are brushless and a ton of fun...

The Axial Scorpion...

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and what i called "Heinz 57" due to i used many different platfoums to build this

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Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:32 pm

Oops forgot about this lil guy..its the "G-made Spyder" crawler, it is huge and fun to run let me tell you..tomorrow when i get some new pictures you will see the updated version..lol

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Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:35 pm

Okay..now the big boys...first my HPI Baja fresh outta da box...

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and after i owned it for a bit....

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Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:39 pm

Okay getting close to the end i think...lol..this is my Redcat Rampage TT5 Buggy stock with the fuelie 23cc

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stock is only so fun tho.....added the 30cc ported for DDM...this brought it to life i tell you

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Post by Chaos » Sun Dec 14, 2008 9:43 pm

See i knew i would forget something...my nitros..my savage first...it's a savage

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and my Hpi Hellfire

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Post by Chaos » Thu Dec 18, 2008 6:52 am

Chaos wrote:Oops forgot about this lil guy..its the "G-made Spyder" crawler, it is huge and fun to run let me tell you..tomorrow when i get some new pictures you will see the updated version..lol

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Okay this is what has become of the G-made spyder...new integy diffs with steel gears, 2 rooster speed controllers with Novak 55 t motors, Integy axle widners with Imex tires weighted up, front and rrear steer, i control all this with the spektrum Dx7 radio which is the coolest thing i have used for crawling. I have it set up so my left stick runs the front axle...steering/throttle, and the right stck controls the rear axle..i turn both stick left the rear tires turn left so make the tight corners...it sits nice and low and is really long..hope it works out.

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Re: Okay where to start?

Post by Chaos » Tue Dec 23, 2008 11:27 pm

So i was running the crawler in the kitchen...setting up the sticks on it basically. Doing simple things like crawling up the fridge door, the stove, the walls.....well today in the day light...tire marks and spin marks all over the front of each appliance. Here i am on my hands and knees with goo gone scrubbing like a bugger before she got up to get ready for work. Well she caught me...smelt the cleaner...knew right away something was up...so off to buy a nice lil "extra" gift for her.. :shock: before she gets home.
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Re: Okay where to start?

Post by TomT » Wed Dec 24, 2008 12:30 am

Yeah, I've got some neat tread patterns on my wallpaper :(
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Re: Okay where to start?

Post by fig865 » Tue Jan 20, 2009 8:17 pm

I'd have to say that the Highlift might be my favorite. Just because the scale realism is awesome. All good stuff though.

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