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So how many of you "Ninjas" actually JUMP your Rc's?

Old 11-22-2010, 08:06 PM
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Does it live 35 feet in the air?
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Old 11-22-2010, 08:08 PM
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Originally Posted by K-Train View Post
Does it live 35 feet in the air?
Are you asking if we jump our cars 35 feet in the air,????
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Are you asking if we jump our cars 35 feet in the air,????
Maybe.
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This sounds like a thread that should be in the Monster Truck section....I don't know of too many folks who will throw their buggy or truggy 35 feet in the air on purpose. Unless of course, they're going for a world record or something.

Now, my Monster Truck....that's another story. Those things are pretty much made for huge air.
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Originally Posted by Stubbs View Post
This sounds like a thread that should be in the Monster Truck section....I don't know of too many folks who will throw their buggy or truggy 35 feet in the air on purpose. Unless of course, they're going for a world record or something.

Now, my Monster Truck....that's another story. Those things are pretty much made for huge air.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrI47hq3cyg
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Originally Posted by K-Train View Post
Oh, I see now....you really meant to say 3.5 feet in the air, not 35. Yeah, that's more reasonable.

By the way, the half broken wing, and "plumbers butt" on the guy driving really add to the video.
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35 feet?

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Originally Posted by Stubbs View Post
Oh, I see now....you really meant to say 3.5 feet in the air, not 35. Yeah, that's more reasonable.

By the way, the half broken wing, and "plumbers butt" on the guy driving really add to the video.
lol Was being sarcastic about the 35 feet jumps. But why no jump Buggy? Buggies are insects, I'm sure their more than capable of flying.
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Here you go. Quality isnt the best, but you get the point......
http://www.go211.com/u/tomstober/videos/3019
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Nor-Cal guys know whats up
Phillip with a spare losi and a CEO mod Motor By mr Odonnell!

the electric truggy had an s shaped chassis.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqdfuwQbeBA
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Originally Posted by K-Train View Post
lol Was being sarcastic about the 35 feet jumps. But why no jump Buggy? Buggies are insects, I'm sure their more than capable of flying.
It's all good....

I don't bash with my truggy. It's reserved for track purposes only....bashing is what my modified T-Maxx is for.
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nuff said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FrchiPXHfg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTOOI...eature=related
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Its still alive?
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Originally Posted by K-Train View Post
Its still alive?
Maybe a little bent, but it still was running at the end!!!

One of those where you have to commit the whole way with no hesitation.

Here is the all time classic (older one). Josh Cyrul and the house jump!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYqFfoGdDq4

Many Kyoshos were sold based off of this video, and he drove it away!
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we do a little jumping on our track. not quite 35 ft high but we are up around 15 ft. with distance of about 45-60 ft. lol

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