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Old 12-05-2010, 05:57 PM   #1
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ok lets get right into it. my neighbor saw me outside of my house with my electric rc car that i bought today. he asked me if i was into it and went threw all the cars that i have had over the years. so he tells me he has a nitro car that he has just been sitting on for a couple months. he gave up cars and went to helicopters. he gave me a RCLogic Sho. He said that it needs a steering servo and a radio control but i know there are more parts that i am missing. i want some knowledge before i go into the hobby store. pictures will be posted asap
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decant car, i owned a couple. only problem i coulnt solve was the front hinge pins from popping out. even with upgrades. loved that .21! for a cheap mill cant beat it!
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