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Old 02-11-2008, 07:18 PM   #1
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Default Video of Yoder's brushless 1/8th scale!

I wasn't sure if i should post this in the electric section or what! regardless this is sweet, Rick Yoder did an excellent job!!

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Old 02-11-2008, 07:59 PM   #2
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Nice! I want pictures of that car up close...

Probably should be in the electric on road section, though.
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that car definitely boogies....just need to put a little speaker on it so it sounds like a nitro car lol:
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That's awesome Steve !!
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Very impressive!!! Nice work Rick.

Hope to see you Guys at the track soon.

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Default 1/8 offroad brushless

How about 1/8 offroad brushless.....???
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How about 1/8 offroad brushless.....???
Already done
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Nice! I want pictures of that car up close...

Probably should be in the electric on road section, though.
Here are a few pics...

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Niiice! I wanted to do something like that with my MRX3. I don't know much about brushless, only slapping on a mamba on my Associated 18r. Tell me, what motor mount is that? Is it custom?
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I like that. Question though, how long do the batteries last?
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.Rick, is this what you put in your car???....... http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...tem/index.html been wanting to build a 1/8 scale electric on-road for some time......what capacity (mah) batteries are you running and how much run time do you get out of them????........thanks, Matt...............
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That car is very smooth to drive - jumps out of the corner - plus, it feels really well balanced - fast! I still think it needs playing cards in the spokes - it makes a very odd swishing sound. Must be from the VHT - you can kind of hear it on the You Tube video
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That car is very smooth to drive - jumps out of the corner - plus, it feels really well balanced - fast! I still think it needs playing cards in the spokes - it makes a very odd swishing sound. Must be from the VHT - you can kind of hear it on the You Tube video
I keep hearing NITRO SOUND on that video....I was kinda bother by that, wish I can see a single run on the track without the nitro background.
But overall....this is the future.
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I keep hearing NITRO SOUND on that video....I was kinda bother by that, wish I can see a single run on the track without the nitro background.
But overall....this is the future.
Well, we get at least 35+ cars a raceday - lucky it was that quiet
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nice ponytail!
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