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Old 03-09-2009, 12:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Roman
YESSSS , get a wheel radio Steve. Futaba 2.4GHZ . No worries , no fuss .

It was a great day of racing yesterday, i had immense fun running in 4wd stock with my BJ4, finished second to Ian Thorn (B44) by 2 seconds .

I felt i drove well in 2wd stock with my trusty Jconcepts clad B4, finished 2nd again, Ashley was in a league of his own. He could drive a Tamiya Frog and still win i think.

Well done Ashley, i hope HARRIS RC will be a presence at the Ryde track more often.
Shane from Harris RC looked like he enjoyed running his Slash, he was smiling most of the time up on the stands i noticed.

Missed you Shane Edwards, and tell Mr.T i challenge him to a duel. . . B4's at 10 paces.

I am running Jconcepts Double Dees on both buggies and they give me plenty of grip and control.

As for St.Ives, i will be using Jconcepts Barcodes. I think the grip will be blue/black groove. ( What is the difference if any, between blue groove and black groove ?? )

Good that you made it in the end Nick. . . running late as usual.
But you brought the bad weather with you.

Trent, better luck next time with your B44, you seemed to be jinxed yesterday.
Not your fault, like you said maybe you were a bit nervous. . . of me and my BJ4 ?

Any spelling mistakes Nick ?
Sorry in advance.



I'm not going to spend hundreds on a wheel 2.4ghz radio and find out I can't get used to it, think I'll start cheap and give it a bit of practice

Steve

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Old 03-09-2009, 12:34 AM
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You have to buy or sell RC goods in the FOR SALE thread to increase your trader rating Steve.
I have but I've never left or been given any feedback.
Is it compulsory
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Old 03-09-2009, 12:41 AM
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That radio has a digital display and the receiver is nice and small. (not like your BIG blue receiver at the moment)
It has a few good functions too.

That is a good price, and pickup from Hills is not far.
But what's with the VB wheel sticker ???
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Leaving trader feedback is not compulsory, so i guess some people don't bother.
Just click on the trader rating link under the persons name and avatar picture.
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Congratulations on getting your B4 Trent and welcome to 2wd racing with the rest of the lads, but watch out for the wooden spoon.
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Sorry, I linked the wrong advert, This is the one.
what you think
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sorry I linked the wrong advert,
This is the correct one
http://www.rctech.net/forum/australi...ml#post5508389
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Yep, that is still a good deal.
You get two spare servos just in case you destroy the one in your car.

I would go for it.
Tempe isn't too far.


Checked out Oople lately ?
The 24 hour enduro looked like it would have been great to run in.
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Default Rydes 24 hour outdoor endurance??????????

I didn't read the report, was it only one car per team?
I think I'd go made,
You reckon that p*ssing photo was real?
Now how about doing at an outdoor venue?????????
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sorry I linked the wrong advert,
This is the correct one
http://www.rctech.net/forum/australi...ml#post5508389
Bought it, now I've just got to learn how to control a car all over again
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Originally Posted by RacerEd

And as for your force question Nick, not enough to turn a buggy motor so (let alone to big to fit in)..... or maybe 999,999uA... am I close now back to tires....

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How many electrical pros does it take to answer a simple question like that, bloody hell I did Arts and I know the answer to that one: It's the definition of an Amp!

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