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Old 11-29-2014, 02:05 PM   #16
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An old Graupner car had something like it, I believe with a oneway bearing as clutch bearing.
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Old 11-29-2014, 02:25 PM   #17
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71 MPH rail cars! It worked just fine for them. Seems technology went backwards instead of forward. Maybe those cars cut out if you applied brakes? I don't know but how awesome would it be for first time Nitro users to just have to spin the tire with your hand to start the car? Man I almost quite the damn hobby as a newbie just from those damn pull starts
How do you figure tech went backwards? Current tether car speed record is 214mph. That's a bit more then 71


And those cars in the vid have no control at all. You just push start it and it runs around the track wide open until it runs out of gas. What fun is that? If a bump box is the price for servo controlled throttle and brakes (and steering too of course) I'll take that trade any day.
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In the day I'm sure it was exceptionally fun!
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That was really cool. Can't believe the car actually runs though it looks to be in poor condition.
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