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Old 09-24-2008, 10:12 AM
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Originally Posted by MoparRules
no ya dumbass. at your house.
You continue to attack the guy, and have a link to trolling in your signline, yet all you're doing by your actions and your excessive use of profanity is being a troll yourself!
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Old 09-24-2008, 10:18 AM
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Originally Posted by RC Corral
yeah he's the ass you dont wanna be like.

DNFTT
That's right, be all grown up and mature acting like Eric going around calling people asses.





Would you boys just give it a rest..........................................

What does it say about trolls, or anyone that you don't like, or to make them go away? To ignore them.
Commenting does two things: it supplies them with a need and a right to respond to your attack on them, and it makes you look no better than them because you're doing the same exact thing you're complaining about.
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Old 09-24-2008, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by RCabcs
That's right, be all grown up and mature acting like Eric going around calling people asses.





Would you boys just give it a rest..........................................

What does it say about trolls, or anyone that you don't like, or to make them go away? To ignore them.
Commenting does two things: it supplies them with a need and a right to respond to your attack on them, and it makes you look no better than them because you're doing the same exact thing you're complaining about.
you almost had me fooled. we all know its you cracka. and now that we have figured it out, you will go log in from your many other names and defend yourself. face it, we all dont like you.
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Old 09-24-2008, 01:08 PM
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I like that there are new people join all the time, but please don't tell us everthing about yourself. Post it on myspace.
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Old 09-24-2008, 02:43 PM
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1. Get to know the more experianced people at your local track. They can be a valuable resource.
2. Always ask what frequency people are on if you are not using DSM. ie Spektrum radios, Airtronics M8/M11 and so forth.
3. Be sure you have a throttle fail safe of some sort. You do not want your ride to glitch and go full throttle into someone. Most higher end radios have a program setting to apply brake if signal is lost.
4.Try new ideas or mods in a controled enviorment.
5. Check the tune on your nitro motors every time you run them. And I don't mean running it up and down the street at full throttle either. Put it on the track to see how it reacts to your tune.
6. Do not but off brand RC stuff. ie e-bay brand. They are usually pretty hoakey and parts are impossible to find.
7. Do not leave your battery(s) plugged in. It's a sure way to destroy a battery and Lipo's arent cheap.
8. Take your time and learn your ride before you go and become a "Team Thrasher".
9. The biggest piece of advise I can give is to keep your ride(s) clean and highly maintained! You will extend the life of your ride(s) and have much more fun!
10. Store your fuel in a cool dry place. Climate control is key with fuels. If you put it in the garage, it will gather condensation due to fluctuating temps.
11. Keep your air filters clean.
Just a few of the many notes that are out their to enhance your R/C experiance and to keep you rollin'
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Old 09-25-2008, 12:47 PM
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Originally Posted by MoparRules
you almost had me fooled. we all know its you cracka. and now that we have figured it out, you will go log in from your many other names and defend yourself. face it, we all dont like you.
Cracka's other usernames: RCabcs


WOW, man o man, is this true? If so he just fooled the HELL out of me on the "12 year old" board...LOL...Gotta admit, thats a good one .

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*Get to know the track lay out. Memory is a key factor
*Keep your pit area NEAT. This goes a long way in helping with a smooth race day. Just incase you need to perform a fix, you know where everything is
*Always observe the fast guys & pick up their "LEGAL" habbits
*Make sure to track marshal after your heat is over.
*Apologize if you get into another competitor on the track. Don't over do it, because rubbin IS racin..
*BE cool and respect the fast guys, don't hold them off if you're about to be lapped.
*Race as hard as you can, and have fun!

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Old 09-25-2008, 02:03 PM
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If you bring something to play your music, put headphones on or low enough to where only you can hear it. Don't put it loud enough to where you HAVE to hear it on the drivers stand. Some people actually come to the track to race not to be a DJ.
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