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Old 06-12-2008, 08:16 AM   #31
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i build in 30 minute brackets, then take an hour break but my cars roll smooth and trouble free.
electric takes about two to three days this way and nitro about a week
total for electric is about 12-16 hours ,total for nitro any where up to 30 including electrics and bearing re oil and axle polish as well as flywheel ballance and chasis ballance and tweek test
this does not include painting
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