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Old 10-14-2008, 04:31 AM   #16
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haha i was just playing about my idea.
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Originally Posted by Split7 View Post
400 just for the kit then another 600 for the rest of the stuff i need
Buy the Kit first, start your build while you save for the rest. Take your time, get the Kit perfect, then go for Radio, and servos/reciever, take your time installing that, make sure your end points are good, set up your linkages perfectly, seal-up your box, and foam out your RX, while you save for engine and pipe. Set-up your gear mesh, pick the right pipe engine combo, make sure evrything is perfect, tak your time, while you save for starter box, etc, etc. Just go slow. I would bet in 2-4 months you can have it complete, depending on how hard you work at making money. There is no reason you can't make 20-50$ a day, doing odd jobs. That should average about $200 a week, so in 5-7 weeks you are done! dont get discouraged, and as soon as you have the money you need for 1 thing, buy it, so you don't spend the money on something else!!! Now go do it, we're all rootin for you!!
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