Decent nitro cars?

Re: Decent nitro cars?

Postby RCRoadtrain » Fri Feb 04, 2011 12:30 am

good choice.

If funds are limited, why not make the trailer? I've kept my costs down by doing that...
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Re: Decent nitro cars?

Postby Lord Vondant » Fri Feb 04, 2011 9:45 am

RCRoadtrain wrote:good choice.

If funds are limited, why not make the trailer? I've kept my costs down by doing that...


i am probably the least handy man in the world. i am really crap at that sorta thing, if i had instructions saying step by step on how to do it, then sure, but i dont.
id try to make a trailer and end up making a toaster
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Re: Decent nitro cars?

Postby Lord Vondant » Mon Feb 07, 2011 1:26 pm

On a different note, my bmw that i took to yate, was using out side my house today. was very wet out, alot of puddles, but was managing to stay clear until i accidently hit one, but thought nothing of it. 10minutes later, a great load of smoke started coming from under the body. took it off and the motor looks like its on fire. seems i have done something bad so now i need to buy a new motor and speed controller. the car and electrics are drying out hoping they will fix themselves, but doubt it. was alot of smoke. 2 guys working downt he road cutting a tree down came ver and were watching it, and were amazed by the smoke. just wanted to give that update to who care.
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Re: Decent nitro cars?

Postby RCRoadtrain » Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:40 am

I've fried a few..

gives you a good reason to rebuild, improve.... 8-)
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Re: Decent nitro cars?

Postby Lord Vondant » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:42 am

RCRoadtrain wrote:I've fried a few..

gives you a good reason to rebuild, improve.... 8-)


yer cheers dude, i just need to make £40 for a new one, as im using some tamiya pro racing one or something that costs like £40.95
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