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Old 04-18-2007, 08:11 AM
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Cen 220cc....thx for the original idea felix.....but i think mine is cleaner :wink:...and its not "cocked"






And some Fancy Integy Eliminator's......and about 2 hrs on the polishing wheel....they had some Serious coating on em that took 3 polish compounds to get off...but they sure came out Purdy.


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On a side note too...i made up some square blocks to cet camber with....as i dont want to spend 100+ on a setup station.......Work on a Flat surfact and measure away.




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Old 04-18-2007, 08:15 AM
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Good job Nick, too bad I had to help you all the way through.

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Originally Posted by arisking
Good job Nick, too bad I had to help you all the way through.

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and how persay did u help ?
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Well I thought I would be funny and get a snappy response...oh well.

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now all you need are those overpriced Vantage Racing CF suspension arms and the Vantage Racing CF exaust.
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Dude that wheelie bar is hillarious. The best use of an inline sk8 I have seen in a while.
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Wow, your really into R/C. How many you got? ...looks good!
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Old 04-19-2007, 05:18 PM
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Originally Posted by riverrevo
Dude that wheelie bar is hillarious. The best use of an inline sk8 I have seen in a while.

Inline sk8 ?
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thats the HPI nylon wheely bar.

look on their site
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ok and that makes it an Inline skate how ?
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he thought it was an inline skate. i was telling him thats the HPI wheely bar.

to be fair, it does look like a wheel from an in-line. except its nylon.....
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