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Old 02-23-2006, 02:24 PM   #61
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Jhyten ,

You are the biggest moron I've ever seen on RCTech. Go post on some lesbian chatline or something, just don't post on here. By the way did you recieve your Novak GTB -3.3, jacka$$.

Check out some of this guys threads-
http://www.rctech.net/forum/search.php?searchid=429872
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Old 02-23-2006, 02:28 PM   #62
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Here's some info about him-


[email protected], jake hyten

by the way he posted this on another thread
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JHyten = RC wizard
He is David Blane's evil twin brother.
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LoL. This is one of the most hilarious threads I have read. With that said here are some other things you could do:

1- Interchange your ESC/Steering Servo so that you throttle with the steering wheel and steer with the throttle.
2- Get a reverse ESC and try running in reverse
3- Put your steering servo so left is right and right is left
4- Discharge your packs after charging them to half-charge
5- Put your rear tires upfront and your front tires in the rear
6- Buy a 2 pound dumbbell and put it inside the car.
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LoL. This is one of the most hilarious threads I have read. With that said here are some other things you could do:

1- Interchange your ESC/Steering Servo so that you throttle with the steering wheel and steer with the throttle.
2- Get a reverse ESC and try running in reverse
3- Put your steering servo so left is right and right is left
4- Discharge your packs after charging them to half-charge
5- Put your rear tires upfront and your front tires in the rear
6- Buy a 2 pound dumbbell and put it inside the car.
LMAO!!!! ROFL!!!! Dude that one was good. I've been waiting for another funny guy like myself. Every single one of those were good i was laughing my A$$ off!
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we have a winner
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Was bored and thought up some other handicaps you could try. May not be as funny as the ones before. But here they are before someone else takes my fame.

1- Before starting, take all of your car's bearings, soak em in water, and then wait for them to rust.
2- Interchange your hands. Steer with the right, throttle with the left.
3- If its daytime, get a completely silver body so the sun shines in your eyes.
4- If its nighttime, get a completely black body so you cant see your car.
5- Buy a tyco, rip apart and use that motor
6- Take out the foam from the inside of your tires
7- Disconnect all of your shocks
8- Tape a plastic cup filled with water near the ESC, so it short-circuits if you make a mistake or someone hits you
9- Set your steering and throttle endpoints to 5-10%
10- Dont tighten your wheel's nuts hoping to lose wheels during the race
11- Take off two tires (one from the front and one from the back).
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Was bored and thought up some other handicaps you could try. May not be as funny as the ones before. But here they are before someone else takes my fame.

1- Before starting, take all of your car's bearings, soak em in water, and then wait for them to rust.
2- Interchange your hands. Steer with the right, throttle with the left.
3- If its daytime, get a completely silver body so the sun shines in your eyes.
4- If its nighttime, get a completely black body so you cant see your car.
5- Buy a tyco, rip apart and use that motor
6- Take out the foam from the inside of your tires
7- Disconnect all of your shocks
8- Tape a plastic cup filled with water near the ESC, so it short-circuits if you make a mistake or someone hits you
9- Set your steering and throttle endpoints to 5-10%
10- Dont tighten your wheel's nuts hoping to lose wheels during the race
11- Take off two tires (one from the front and one from the back).

Those were pretty good dude. Particularly # 1, 7, 10. Actually wrapping your car in aluminum foil would blind you! LOL
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you need a wife now. Stop using your hands so much
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you need a wife now. Stop using your hands so much

oooooh that was a good one. You seriously offended me there. Did you do a rough and final draft of that comeback?
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