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who holds the speed record?

Old 08-18-2004, 05:15 PM
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The flames is still burning!!!! hHe should be ash by now! Or cinders at least!
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:22 PM
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Originally posted by sean
who ever said it- i like the idea of an "ask ajg thread" thats hysterical! i might have to start it myself
that was me. This is kind of like an "ask ajg thread". We might as well make it official.
yeah, it's JUST like "ask Blackstock, Cyrul or Hodge" only waaaaay more retarded.
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:29 PM
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oh yeah, Sean? I got you beat on a signature

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Old 08-18-2004, 05:32 PM
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Come on guys, the main event for the night......


SIGNATURE SHOWDOWN!!!!!!!!

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:34 PM
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Could you explain to me how blue aluminum screws and titanium turnbuckles are custom parts? I can't understand the logic...
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:36 PM
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Do you guys really think I care what your saying. It makes me laugh when you guys post.

Well, the third run was 60mph. But it was still glitching. Anyone have any tips to stop the glitching. Also the cameraman missed the car, so no vidoe this time. Of course you going to say your lying or have no proof. But no one cares if you think that, so just don't post it.
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:37 PM
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Originally posted by 071crazy
Could you explain to me how blue aluminum screws and titanium turnbuckles are custom parts? I can't understand the logic...
Did I say they were? No, so stop making up stuff.
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:39 PM
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Originally posted by X2
Check this guys... there is no way taht Micro is doing the speeds he claims! http://www.one18th.com/userstoys.php?id=947&number=0



Dude, my LXT runs faster than that! In addition, I haven't run it in about 8 years!!!!
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:40 PM
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Sigs?

Mine extended.

My Garage:

Custom 540 micro:
Body: protoform alfa romeo 2.0
electronics: Gm V12 esc,
Epic binary 2 10 turn motor(64,000 rpms),
cp-1300 cells,
futaba radio,
hitec hs-81mg servo,
and a venom speed meter.
Upgrades: Aluminum parts: front and rear body posts,
front diff,
front knuckles,
front drive shafts,
front shocks,
rear vcs shock,
front bulkhead.
Others: rear ball diff,
penguin 3500lm chassis,
aktionrc motor plate,
large front bumper, etc.
Top speed: 70+ mph
Status: running

Custom 1/18 monster truck (for sale):
Body: pro-line gmc
Electronics: GM V12 esc,
Epic binary 2 10 turn motor,
futaba s3004 servo, futaba radio,
and cp-1300 cells.
Custom parts: 3mm thick carbon fiber: chassis,
motor mount,
upper deck,
and lower brace.
Others: blue aluminum screws,
steel outdrives,
titanium turnbuckles, etc.
Top speed: 40+ mph
Status: running
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Body: stock
Electronics: stock
Upgrades: full skid plates,
and heat sinks
Top speed: 23 mph (stock)
Status: not running

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Old 08-18-2004, 05:41 PM
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Did I say they were? No, so stop making up stuff.
They're listed under your signature as "Custom parts" Oh, maybe they're actually "Other Stuff". Or, do you mean "Other Custom Stuff"? It's kind of confusing, so you may want to modify your signature.
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:43 PM
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What else is in the garage anyways? How about listing your tools and transmitter, lathe, truer, stuff like that? I really envy your collections.
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:45 PM
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Hey, you might want to add a dust brush to your tool collection. Or, maybe you could borrow one from your racing buddies to dust off your car before you put it on ebay. Just a thought.
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:53 PM
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Why don't you find someone in your neighbourhood that is not mentally challenged and get him/her to record?

Because a normal person should be able to make a movie that is not shaky and be able to follow a 40mph micro... (or 80mph in your language)

OR...

get a chair, put it on the middle of the road and put your cam on it. drive towards the chair and pass it...
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Old 08-18-2004, 05:54 PM
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Originally posted by ajg
Actually I raced 1/10 and won almost everytime, so I desided to go to micros because there was better competition and I liked micros more at that time. Even the people watching the races were getting bored of watching me race, because I won everytime.

Also, the connectors shipped yesterday, so they'll be here soon.

So basically you took a hacksaw to your TC3 and turned it into a "Custom 1/18 Scale Monster Truck", right?
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Ok since were way off subject ill get back at it. The current record is at 111 mph by an electric RC 10L30 from associated. I found this article on wired.com.

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Fastest Radio-Controlled Car: RC 10L30.


At rest, Cliff Lett's "other car" is just a 3-inch-high molded plastic toy. At 111 mph, it's a blur. As head designer at Team Associated, the top manufacturer of radio-controlled vehicles, Lett spent just five days modifying a standard RC10 L3 to nearly double the world record in 2001s. The car features a gear drive, a two-turn brushless motor with 24 sub-C NiCad batteries, and hydraulic shocks - all packed into a one-tenth scale carbon-fiber chassis. Lett's biggest design challenge: keeping the tires on the rims at 15,000 rpm. Now Lett thinks he can hit 130 mph. "You need 1 horsepower to go 100 mph, 2 horsepower to go 110," he says. "It's all about power, and punching a smaller hole in the air."

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