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Old 05-12-2003, 06:40 PM   #1
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I just got my XXX-T about two weeks ago and it's a blast. I power it with a Reedy 3000 X-Rated matched cell stick pack, and I plan to get titanium turnbuckles and a turnbuckle wrench from Lunsford (I actually did order them but the turnbuckles are backoredered). Here are some pictures of my truck doing jumps, and a donut (if you can make it out in all that smoke)!
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Your pics didn't come through.
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My picture's won't come through. I will just creat a cheap Geocities page and show you people. I will post the website ... later.
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I just ordered a bunch of stuff for my XXX-T. I order the Robinson Racing Pinion Gear packs 48 pitch 16T-26T. 10 pairs of powerpole connectors, for my 2 chargers, 5 battery packs, my XXX-T and XXX. I also ordered some new rear tires for my XXX, the proline M3 bowtie's. I have some pretty poor quality pictures but I'll take some pictures with my new digital camera once I get it working again.
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I run on gravel, or what you would call a "back-yard" session (just around my house and the town), and by tires are burned up already. I was looking to get team losi red-compound taper pins. Alot of people run reds, and they are soft, so they will not wear as fast.
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ThousandAnd1, The softer the tire faster it wears, the harder the tire the longer it last. I suggest you get a pair of Proline's "All-terrian" tires if you are planning on just backyard bashing
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