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Old 08-06-2004, 05:14 PM   #1
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it was amazing how high in the air my NTC3 flew when it hit a curb wide open.this is my first nitro car and i was a little hasty setting it up. i forgot the screw to hold the throttle arm on the servo-and guess what it fell off. i bent the chassis and main shaft-other than that i cant seem to find any other damage. i was afraid to look at first, but it wasnt nearly as bad as i thought. oh well, lesson learned


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doggone it, wish it would have been captured on film. Oh! well, fix it up and hurry back to the track!

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it was amazing how high in the air my NTC3 flew when it hit a curb wide open.this is my first nitro car and i was a little hasty setting it up. i forgot the screw to hold the throttle arm on the servo-and guess what it fell off. i bent the chassis and main shaft-other than that i cant seem to find any other damage. i was afraid to look at first, but it wasnt nearly as bad as i thought. oh well, lesson learned





I would probably learn too... Get back to the track! Hope every thing is fine....
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Old 08-07-2004, 01:19 AM   #4
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thanks for sharing. This will be one of my lesson.

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