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09-03-2004, 10:41 PM
i decided that it is time to retire my "Finally Resumed My Chassis Project Thread" since its resumption is old news. here is the link to the old thread for anyone who reads this and wants to reference it for whatever reason:
from now on any bashing or project pictures will be posted here. i'll start it off with a few pics from our last outing (September 1). i got my new gears installed and was running strong (w/ rear wheel drive only).
09-04-2004, 12:12 AM
Cool pics!!! :cool:
Make sure you keep us updated! :D
09-04-2004, 12:47 AM
That's right, CU RC has a great following and lots of broken trucks!
Hey, where's the action pictures of my truck?
oh right, it's out of commission!
09-04-2004, 04:50 AM
Awesome,it looks like a great place to run your RC's too.:D
09-11-2004, 09:36 PM
NEW PICS :cool:
gotta love the colors on that Canon digicam :D
also, we have an official website which will be available soon (needs some final touches).
09-11-2004, 11:03 PM
Sweet pics once again Matt!!!!! Let us know when the website is done, I wanna check that out!
hey, that first pic of the second group of pic's looks like a team losi or associated...? i just bought an ss5800'd xxxt losi, can't wait till it arrives. BL'd E and stadium truck, best of both worlds.
you must be out west; colorado, utah, montana? i'm envious of that perfect blue sky.
p.s. i'm REALLY envious, i live in ohio!
09-12-2004, 10:49 AM
that's my friend's Associated T3. this was his first run with his new Novak SS setup, and it is crazy fast now. i tried a speed pass on the gravel road back to where we bash and it was uncontrollable. you really need a nice flat surface to open it up. we are gonna try it in one of the parking lots sometime to see how fast it can go. hopefully we can get ahold of a gps.
also, the last picture is a Duratrax Axis. that guy cracked his gas tank during that landing.
i'm not out west, although i am in the middle of nowhere. i'm in upstate New York, on the northwest edge of the Adirondak Mountains.
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