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Old 08-19-2010, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by MikeFriery View Post
it looks like hes taking it from the pits behind the track, which were more un-attended than the other pits. The other guys cars were stolen from the dirt parking lot. Its hard to steal things in confined areas.

He cant steal from the main pit area, because there are 100 people packed in a small space, who all know each other and watch each others stuff.
Yeah true but from what i remember this was right before his main and it was sitting on a table right in front of everyone on that side. Like i said i think its a driver nothing against any drivers but its a posibility that it was no one will know unless he is seen or found with it.
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Old 08-19-2010, 01:49 PM
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yo vareck, are you in a rush for that servo back? I'm probably not racing anywhere this weekend, but can meet you some where if you need.. get my number from billy.
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Old 08-19-2010, 01:55 PM
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yo vareck, are you in a rush for that servo back? I'm probably not racing anywhere this weekend, but can meet you some where if you need.. get my number from billy.
No problem just let me know when!!!
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Old 08-19-2010, 02:04 PM
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I found a site where you can copy the video then im ganna go to movie maker and take a still shot if it works i dont think it will be visable enough but im giving it a shot.
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Where he was walking is still in the fenced area, the only bad thing is that it was close to the open part on the fence, for a quick 180 up the road to the north open parking lot, just hope that transpoder number pops up some where again, what's the number again and try to remember it, maybe it'll pop up at the monster race at Rev.
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Old 08-19-2010, 02:27 PM
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My transponder # was 2277065.
A friend of mine is going to let me race his spare buggy (Agama A8) at the last round of the Nitro Pit Summer Series Saturday so I am happy. Saving money now for the JQ
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Originally Posted by -R2- View Post
Where he was walking is still in the fenced area, the only bad thing is that it was close to the open part on the fence, for a quick 180 up the road to the north open parking lot, just hope that transpoder number pops up some where again, what's the number again and try to remember it, maybe it'll pop up at the monster race at Rev.
For the Mugen its - 4517231
For the Serpent - 2277065
For the Losi - 9944060

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Originally Posted by Marcus Falconie View Post
My transponder # was 2277065.
A friend of mine is going to let me race his spare buggy (Agama A8) at the last round of the Nitro Pit Summer Series Saturday so I am happy. Saving money now for the JQ
Very nice that buggy does look awsome, the serpent seemes really nice to obviously the theif liked it better though. Im trying to blow up this pic but im having no luck.
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Karma is a bad mutha F'er. It'll come back to them right up the culo.

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Originally Posted by NitroXray80809 View Post
For the Mugen its - 4517231
For the Serpent - 2277065
For the Losi - its not listed but im sure he knows the #
Noted into my phone and for the Serpert that shoudn't be easy to spot, Shoot I haven't seen one in person yet, so I'll be looking.
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Noted into my phone and for the Serpert that shoudn't be easy to spot, Shoot I haven't seen one in person yet, so I'll be looking.
yeah there pretty rare i know one guy with one they are a pretty slick lookin buggy. Im ganna write these numbers down aswell and for round 6 i will listen for these numbers.
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Originally Posted by MikeFriery View Post
it looks like hes taking it from the pits behind the track, which were more un-attended than the other pits. The other guys cars were stolen from the dirt parking lot. Its hard to steal things in confined areas.

He cant steal from the main pit area, because there are 100 people packed in a small space, who all know each other and watch each others stuff.
Actually, it was very easy for the person that stole my buggy at Rev at the Losi Winter Series. If you've been there you'll know that the pit tables are only about 5 feet apart. This was during the day where the pits were packed with people, yet no one saw anything.

This guy did it at night when most of the racers had left or were watching the pros duel it out.
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Actually, it was very easy for the person that stole my buggy at Rev at the Losi Winter Series. If you've been there you'll know that the pit tables are only about 5 feet apart. This was during the day where the pits were packed with people, yet no one saw anything.

This guy did it at night when most of the racers had left or were watching the pros duel it out.
I downloaded gsadvanced vid and downloaded a media player that played it in a bit better quality cant blow up a pic or even get one yet but i can see he was hlding the buggy with his arm wraping it so u can only see basically wheels. Who hold a buggy that way and gets away with it??? IDK but this is fishy im still working on getting a better pic. Hes holding it in his arm pit almost like you would hold a skateboard.
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Old 08-19-2010, 03:55 PM
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yea nobody that races holds there stuff like that...

and ill get my transponder numbers up....i say numbers cuz its a MRT transponder and all you have to do is press a button and it moves to the next number....i have the paper with all the numbers on it at home and will post them tonight....thanks again to everyone who is lookin out
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Originally Posted by pyromania View Post
Actually, it was very easy for the person that stole my buggy at Rev at the Losi Winter Series. If you've been there you'll know that the pit tables are only about 5 feet apart. This was during the day where the pits were packed with people, yet no one saw anything.

This guy did it at night when most of the racers had left or were watching the pros duel it out.
Yo C, I got 6ft of this cable if you and your bro need to lock it up later we'll have lockdown on the last row of tables.
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