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Old 01-03-2005, 11:23 AM
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A couple Canadians and a hobby shop in Toronto got together and put the fuuuunnny video together of one bash night.

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1/18th video

If you cant get it check out the web site its on the first page...
www.offroadrc.ca.

I can't believe the abuse these little things take!
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It appears you have to be a registered user to see this....
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gnaaarllll, bad link.
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Haha cool idea with the half pipe. They could use a bigger track, but it looks like a lot of fun for bashing around! Nice vid!
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Can someone post it?.....I'm far too lazy to register
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Did you see the one to the face...OMG...I laughed (and felt bad for laughing at the same time)...

and the yellow losi....it has a brushless setup..bounced off the ceiling...godda see it..

its 60 megs. ...besides they put out regular vids..so its worth the registration to see them
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Originally posted by DJ_Normal
Haha cool idea with the half pipe. They could use a bigger track, but it looks like a lot of fun for bashing around! Nice vid!
Yeah it was a simple idea...he used a wood base...much smaller jumps...then used bristol board and make the pipes...I would have never thought to do that..but it worked flawlessly
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i can try but its like 12 minutes long
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I'll have to add that to my weekend list of things to do....
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They have been running these puppies at a track in Barrie...
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