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Old 07-10-2009, 11:08 AM   #76
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Originally Posted by Jaz240 View Post
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He is right. I almost quit and I had LHS owner helping. Comes to find out he didnt know to much and than I hooked up with the right guy who taught and still teaching me alot of things. Now I think I am stuck for life(I think). You have to want to help and ask questions till you get things going right.
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Old 07-10-2009, 11:15 AM   #77
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You know what- we keep talking and he has not been on for a couple days

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Old 07-10-2009, 11:20 AM   #78
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I hear all that. I started out in 1998 with Nitro RC. I had no help at all! My LHS guys just waited for me to break stuff so I could buy more. They never taught me anything. I ruined 4 cars and about 6 engines before I learned. That is the reason I post so much. I am trying to prevent other people having to go through the misery that I did. After 11 years I just started racing last November, mostly because of all the hassles involved with racing as well as all the broken stuff...bashing finally got boring and now if I'm not on a track my buggy wont touch the ground..It'll probably take me another 11 years to learn how to drive
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Originally Posted by Domo3 View Post

he's having trouble working on the hyper 8 so your gonna recommend a savage???!!?? dont think so
lol, im a mechanic by day and the savage is harder to work on than a honda!! but being mechanical i love the fact that it takes time and concentration to fix it. the only thing about the savage is taking the tires off and changing the spur gear(cause i strip them all the time, lol).
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Originally Posted by cary View Post
the R/C in nitro r/c stands for reaching for the credit card
I thought it meant Rough Crash
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You know what- we keep talking and he has not been on for a couple days

You noticed that too huh, im sure if people stop posting on here the thread could go away. Unless this is the VENTING THREAD lol
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