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Old 06-11-2011, 03:18 PM   #16
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Checked it out today, I might run there soon. Is there normally a lot of people there?
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Old 06-12-2011, 04:12 PM   #17
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Selling off my buggy, no time for it, raced twice in a year. Rests in its box in my hobby room in need of a proper home along w/all its supporting cast.
Losi 2.0 RTR Buggy.

-The buggy
-350 Engine w/turbo head and RE10 Pipe
-Futaba BLS Steering Servo
-Futaba 9551 Slim Throttle Servos (no killing this 1, too short to hit chassis)
-LiFe 6.6v rx Pack (no more regulators)
-OFNA Truggy Box complete with 12v cell battery
-Lipo Glow Ignitor (new in package)

Losi option stuff:
-Losi Shock Service box complete w/2.0 shock end parts and perches (1.0 stuff thrown out)
-Losi option pistons (drake setup)
-Losi Rear Green Springs
-Losi Clutch Service Box with extra clutch pieces (almost all of it not used)
-Losi Screw Box
-Losi Lefthanded Shock bolts for RF and LR
-Losi mudguards (think they made it onto the car)
-Losi Filter Sets
-Losi Car Stand

-Brand new Losi RTR chassis (their so cheap on ebay after a couple races and a rebuild after each one (i'm thorough), why not)
-Many extra OD97T and 77T Glow Plugs in blister packs
-1 set of Losi Step Pins
-1 set of AKA City Blocks (soft-white rim)
-1 set of AKA I-Beams (soft-white rim)
-12v charger for starter box

Plus anything else i can find. ask 500 if ur at a track near me and i can deliver to you.

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Old 06-16-2011, 04:45 AM   #18
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If anybody wants to run, we are racing this sunday.
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Old 06-16-2011, 04:56 AM   #19
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Exclamation NEW DIRT

Got some new dirt last week. This dirt is rock free and will pack down to a hard surface. Have been working on track this week to get ready for racing.This weekend we are racing 4x4 short course on Sunday.We do not normally run races on Sunday because we have alot of families on Sunday and we are only open for 6 hours and do not have enough time to run all the races. Dont worry kids Sunday will not become a usual day for racing.There will still be play time between the races.
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Old 06-16-2011, 06:11 PM   #20
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I might come down for some practice with the buggy and SC tomorrow. Is the track too wet for running tomorrow?
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It's probally to wet today we got a lot of rain here this morning. You should try to come down sunday. Were still trying to get the word out about the track. Hope to see you there.
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I just took the day off and have a 3 day weekend and I just finished ordering my Slash 4x4 Ultimate and just saw that u guys have new dirt which is great. Next Saturday I should be racing with all u guys. All I gotta do now is figure out which upgrades to get to keep up with all you guys. The wife said we can buy a new Tundra this year so Im gonna bring her up there and show her Brians black truck and see if I can get her on board for something like that. A new rc truck and a new Toyota truck sounds like a deadly combination.
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Old 06-17-2011, 05:35 AM   #23
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Damn man that is a combination. Can't wait to get you out there. You gonna stop by sunday?
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Old 06-17-2011, 05:38 AM   #24
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Yea Ill be there Im gonna go up there today and check out the track and probably get some tires foe the truck. Which tires do I wanna get for the front and rear.
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The proline calibers and hpi megagrids work great there. But since there's new dirt down we will have to see. They should still work good. I'm going to try the proline snipers this sun.
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Do they have those proline snipers inside the shop
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They should have them. I wouldn't buy them yet. Not sure if they are going to work on the track. I will let you know sunday how they do. I would go with the calibers for know they work great and are proven. Don't forget the wheels. I think he has the split six and renegades there also.
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What do u like better the split 6 or the renegades
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They are the same wheel just different spoke design. Check them out.
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Old 06-17-2011, 07:30 AM   #30
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Yea Ill check it out today and looks like Im gonna put all my nitro stuff online with ebay or something. Gotta get some cheese to keep up with u guys.
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