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Old 08-08-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya F104v2 gets dominated in t-bone collision

My car survived, amazingly, a full speed t-bone collision in the middle of my main event this week. Some other good crashes early on but the big one is around 2:45 in

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I like the picture in picture with the commentary.
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I like the picture in picture with the commentary.
Thanks! This was the first video where I did dual PiP, was not sure if it was too much going on on the screen or not.
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