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Old 09-05-2010, 06:09 AM   #16
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So do you think it will be hard for me to learn how to tune it and keep it running?
Not an easy question to answer. To be successful w nitro you need a feel for mechanical things. You need an attention to detail and the ability to troubleshoot.
With your previous experience w nitro what went wrong?....what went right?
I love nitro but where I live and who I live with doesnt.....
So I run electric......
Electric can be easier but I have seen people blow up speed controls and batteries as well.....
In anything we do you first must understand the rules and then follow them.
If you cannot read and follow directions RC may not be for you unless you find somebody to teach you the right way. Part of learning is making mistakes but in this hobby a mistake can cost $200.....
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