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Old 06-23-2007, 09:24 AM   #646
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Old 07-30-2007, 02:48 PM   #647
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time to revive this thread..

nothing spectacular, no "much more" product...

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sooo0ooooooo MESSY!!

before i had my computer it was so much cleaner
and yes im an rc drifter

gonna start to clean off desk now
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Old 07-30-2007, 10:02 PM   #649
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Matt, you fail @ life... Stop drifting and start racing already j/k Your pit area looks alot cleaner than mine lol...
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Old 07-30-2007, 11:02 PM   #650
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time to revive this thread..

nothing spectacular, no "much more" product...

Nice Oval Chassis, I wish there was an Oval track closer to me
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took about 4 hours but atleast its clean now
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this is what happened recently to the room i used to keep and work on my rc stuff. now it's all contained in a TM f8 bag that live is my walk in closet and gets worked on in the dining room.
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this is what happened recently to the room i used to keep and work on my rc stuff. now it's all contained in a TM f8 bag that live is my walk in closet and gets worked on in the dining room.
Yeah but that little girl is worth it tho, no ? Thankfully we had an "extra" room we could use for the baby, so I got to keep my laundry room pit space.
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Yeah but that little girl is worth it tho, no ? Thankfully we had an "extra" room we could use for the baby, so I got to keep my laundry room pit space.
we're having a girl?

but yeah, she's going to be worth it.
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I am not quite sure why I look like a chip munk??

hey guys

what brand are these pit lights ?
and where can i get them i'm from holland btw
can i order them on line ?

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They are Ott Lites - http://www.ott-lite.com/. You can find them at craft stores, office supply sotres, or lighting stores.

Best place online, Jo Ann Fabric - http://www.joann.com/joann/catalog.j...&source=search
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You do generally get what you pay for, but when all you can pay for is the cheaper stuff, thats what happens.

not going to get into a brand-war, but as my siggy says im still running a tc3 because im newer to tc, but thats beside the point, and because i can't afford to get an rdx and keep replacement parts. might have to look into the tc5 tho after its been out and some are on here for $275...hah.

i will agree with the you get what you pay for, but the tc3 brakes easyer than any other car i have ever had. with the kydex bunper on the corally i only broke 4 arm in one winter seasson. the xray is alittle tougher. i have had every xray made but the 007 , i bought a corally rdx instead , glade of it. right know would be a good time to buy a used corally rdx becouse every one wants phi now. from what i have lurned so far is just becouse its a new car don't mean it anybetter than the one its replacing , the fast guys are going to be fast with whatever they drive. for me to change i need to gain a lap or laps not thousonds. the two top car in my book would be the 007 and the rdx. there is a pro drive that races at my local track that tested them. he used the same motor, tires , speed control, survo, roll out. he was faster with the xray but his laps were not consitanted like the corally laps were. the corally laps were fast, just thousands off the xray, but in the end he was one lap slower with the corally, so what this tell us ,the corally is a better car for the average racer becouses its easyer to drive and its fast, the xray is faster but it is harder to stay consistant each lap.
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hey guys

what brand are these pit lights ?
and where can i get them i'm from holland btw
can i order them on line ?

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I have one made by Tensor, they are amost identical, side by side you cant tell a difference, but the Tensor is $20 http://shop4.outpost.com/product/345...H:MAIN_RSLT_PG
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so what this tell us ,the corally is a better car for the average racer becouses its easyer to drive and its fast, the xray is faster but it is harder to stay consistant each lap.
It lets the person trying out these cars side x side know that for him, but in the hands of someone else it could be totally different, you cannot base how the car will be for you on what someone else can do with it.
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we're having a girl?

but yeah, she's going to be worth it.
LOL

Dude with all that pink and flowers and dragonflies and stuff...

I figured it better be a girl !

I love racing, but some things are just waaaaay better !
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