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Old 11-14-2010, 07:21 PM   #16
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the way i hold the remote control its like a steering wheel so it is easier to be smoth although it is ass-backwards.

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i hold it to the side with oppisite hands so my right hand is holding with the triger and the left is for the wheel like if you lay it down flat on its side on a table.
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Old 11-14-2010, 07:30 PM   #18
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i hold it to the side with oppisite hands so my right hand is holding with the triger and the left is for the wheel like if you lay it down flat on its side on a table.


oh yea.. i seen somebody i know do the same thing i know i couldnt drive that way lol i would be scared of my $300 controller falling down from the drivers stand lol.
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i learned it from a friend of mine that did rc drifting that got me into the actulal rc hobby instead of walmart crap
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The hb D8 is looking more and more appealing.
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The hb D8 is looking more and more appealing.
if you go for the HB D8 get the hara edition because of all the hob ups it comes with.
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if you go for the HB D8 get the hara edition because of all the hob ups it comes with.
is it RTR or a roller
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The hb D8 is looking more and more appealing.


the d8 isnt bad from what i heard from others i did hear that the stock axles on it are kind of weak and need aftermarket ones.

but what brands run at your track ?
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is it RTR or a roller
i think its a kit
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the d8 isnt bad from what i heard from others i did hear that the stock axles on it are kind of weak and need aftermarket ones.

but what brands run at your track ?
i don't know what is run the most at the track yet but will soon find out but so far i am leaning for the truggy unless i can get a good RTR buggy thats cheaper then an RTR truggy
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i don't know what is run the most at the track yet but will soon find out but so far i am leaning for the truggy unless i can get a good RTR buggy thats cheaper then an RTR truggy
The losi 8b2.0 rtr is the best rtr buggy.
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The losi 8b2.0 rtr is the best rtr buggy.
or so i have heard. what is the best RTR truggy?
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i don't know what is run the most at the track yet but will soon find out but so far i am leaning for the truggy unless i can get a good RTR buggy thats cheaper then an RTR truggy


im, guessing its likely associated and losi if so if you dont have a boat load of money take a look at the rc8t champ ed with every upgrade on it .

i was thinking about getting a 2.0 t but dam there to expensive for me.
thats why im thinking about getting a mugen truggy or the rc8t champ ed.
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i don't mind kits as much as race rollers if the kit comes with a motor and everything else
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they are expensive but if you go to http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...&filter_mfr=62 you can get them cheaper then at losi or any other brands site. i sugest this site highly
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