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Old 03-16-2005, 09:46 AM
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Sink or float?
Well what do you guys thing. Im going to take it to glamis (the desert but with blow sand (or bech sand; sorta) for miles and miles). Do you think i will dig holes or stay on top?????????
Im going to fugure out this sunday but i wanted an idea of maby what to expect.
What pinion and stuff like that shhould i use? Do they have sutups for paddals on a xxxt????




Here is a pic of the stuff i will be drivin on:
Maby not so thik, but if it was that think THEN what do you think?
PS. \/ That is a real buggy in the picture not an rc vehicle \/
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Old 03-16-2005, 06:04 PM
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will be interesting to see, if it works, take some pics of it in action!
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Yea i know. imreally hoping it will work, and i want it to throw a bug roost!

anybody have any tips for setup or anything??
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what motor you using? im sure nitro would work better in soft sand since it may bog down the electric motor, but ya never know
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Take it easy on the throttle, be ver smooth. it should work though.
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No no no no! you just punch the throttle and hope it works! LOL
yea i just start slow and get up to about 15 mph and then punch it! Im hoping that it will throw a HUGE roost! i want it to look really cool. i will tell you guys when i get back what happens.
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Originally posted by Dirtfreak15
No no no no! you just punch the throttle and hope it works! LOL
yea i just start slow and get up to about 15 mph and then punch it! Im hoping that it will throw a HUGE roost! i want it to look really cool. i will tell you guys when i get back what happens.


i hav a rc10gt b4 run it in sand in the beach. punch the trtle like ders no low speed on it. but its fun. d hard part is "cleaning it"
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