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Old 04-22-2009, 10:37 AM   #4786
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You would need electronics,engine and pipe, and shock/diff oil. I have a JR3 radio too if you need one...

You really don't need anything else. It has so many spare parts.

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Remebering that I am new to this...as far as Electronics I would need a Stearing Servo, Throtle Server, Receiver (That will work with my nice Airtronics M8 with Spektrum module ), and Receiver battery pack. Anything else? Would I need the linkages for the Servos?

Then a .21 Buggy engine and pipe.

And Oils.
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Old 04-22-2009, 10:42 AM   #4787
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Do I see the possibility of another person joining the ranks of 8th scale?!?! Go for it dude.....sounds like Keith's giving a hell of a deal and his stuff is well maintaned and taken care of!
Yes he is...Anyone have a Motor and Pipe or some older Electronics laying around not being used for a good price?

I can't just stand around and watch you guys have all the fun.
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You would also need a starter box!!!
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:03 PM   #4789
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You would also need a starter box!!!
Good Point!!! Guess spinning it by hand would be a little tough.

Anyone have an extra Starter Box sitting around not starting anything?
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Good Point!!! Guess spinning it by hand would be a little tough.

Anyone have an extra Starter Box sitting around not starting anything?

I got a OFNA true start 1/10-1/8 universal starter box with 12v gel cell and charger. 45.00$
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Old 04-22-2009, 12:20 PM   #4791
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I got a OFNA true start 1/10-1/8 universal starter box with 12v gel cell and charger. 45.00$
I'll take it.
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Remebering that I am new to this...as far as Electronics I would need a Stearing Servo, Throtle Server, Receiver (That will work with my nice Airtronics M8 with Spektrum module ), and Receiver battery pack. Anything else? Would I need the linkages for the Servos?

Then a .21 Buggy engine and pipe.

And Oils.
I can hook you up with some nice airtronics servos. I'll bring them and you can check them out. I will give you the horns too since I use different servos now. I am pretty sure I got aluminum ones...

Sorry I completely flaked not realizing it was you when I posted. Been super busy at work and was rushing! I'll hook you up!

Too bad I didn't know earlier. I sold an jpx21 engine and jammin jp1 pipe...


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I'll take it.
Joe Ill bring it Sunday for you.
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Just a little FYI, I started a thread for us over at HT. It appears there is some interest and questions over there for TRS! The link is posted below, please visit it and keep it bumped!

http://www.hobbytalk.com/bbs1/showthread.php?t=252644
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Don't forget a charger for the receiver pack and a glow plug ignitor.


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Remebering that I am new to this...as far as Electronics I would need a Stearing Servo, Throtle Server, Receiver (That will work with my nice Airtronics M8 with Spektrum module ), and Receiver battery pack. Anything else? Would I need the linkages for the Servos?

Then a .21 Buggy engine and pipe.

And Oils.
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Old 04-22-2009, 02:24 PM   #4796
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while we are at it.....anyone have a electric 8th scale laying around that needs some run time!!!:lol :
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Hey when can I go up there and just practice.
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Nothing official has been announced about practice nights. We'll bring it up this weekend in the pits and see what the options are.

I suspect that Chuck and Doug would like to keep practice to a minimum between races to reduce track maintenance. It took 8+ people working on the track over a 3 week peroid just to get it to the point it is now.

Dont let that deter you from racing. The current track was designed to be so user friendly that you really won't need much practice to get up to speed.
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Well what about this weekend. are they working on the track or just closed for the weekend. I think its this weekend there closed (right?) I'm looking to run on saturday.
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This is what was last posted on the Website:

RACING THIS SUNDAY 4/26 @ 1:00
SORRY FOR ANY CONFUSION.

1/8 SCALE A MAIN CASH RACE
RACING FOR ALL CLASSES!
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