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Old 08-01-2009, 01:58 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by PrimeAKF11 View Post
Well, if you have a buddy or two that you can drag race against, or better, set up a temporary course with a set of cones ($5), onroad bashing CAN be fun . I used to do it all the time before starting to race competitively.

Hey Miles... I think I saw your post that said you're getting out of onroad.. is that true?!
Yea on road is starting to die because of how competitive it is getting around our area i mean jason schreffler and larry fairtrace are doing more off road now and they are some of the best electric on road drivers on the east coast and i heard jeff cuffs does off road but don't worry i will have an on road car next year so i can switch it up every month or so
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Old 08-01-2009, 02:30 PM   #17
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I c I c. I don't think onroad nitro is dying in the area just yet (compare the offroad / onroad results at Blue Diamond website) but can't argue that it's gotten hyper competitive. Hope to race with you again next year though.

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Old 08-01-2009, 05:02 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by comedyman809 View Post
let me explain about on road bashing.

its fun for about 5 minutes.

you drive in a straight line to the left...really fast, then you have to turn around and go as fast as you can the other way...

repeat steps 1 and 2, then repeat, then repeat.....and so on and so on....

now, once you wake up from boredom.... get yourself an off road, find a nice dirt area with hills, bumps, and jumps etc......and enjoy bashing!!!

onroads need a track to have even a little bit of fun.

Very true..like everyone else I started off bashing way back in the day but it gets old and it got old to me FAST. Cops always kicking us out, drunk late night a**holes always trying to run cars over ... just too much drama.

Its more stressful and more money to race but its worth it...it is a ton of fun on a track and learning the car for what it was designed for.

But if bashing is what youa are going to stick to then I suggest that you stick with an HPI or whatever brand your local store backs the most (Associated, HPI etc etc).

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Old 08-01-2009, 05:55 PM   #19
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yeah definatetly,, off-road > on-road for bashing

I actually have a Revo .18TM RTR I am trying to sell, I will part with for cheap if you want to have a fun basher.

its pretty quick and will wheelie on command.
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Old 08-01-2009, 06:43 PM   #20
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well capone..there u have it..some input and ideas,,
It's all up to U... think wisely..
If I wanna buy a car to bash on a parking lot..I will definitely look for a shaft drive and I suppose u know why..

Enjoy..Have fun bashing around..

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Once you get board of street bashing this is what people result too
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Old 08-03-2009, 12:35 PM   #22
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Onroad bashing gets boring after a while. I recommend racing at a track if there's one close to where you live. Racing onroad is quite a rush because of how fast these cars can go. IMO bashing would be more fun if you went off road.
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