After weeks of not running our trucks, some has changed. My friend's Summit is now converted to a Revo. Mine is still the same. We went out for another bashing session yesterday, at two locations; Local school playground and construction site where a house was being built. The construction site was by far the best. Here's the video of our Revo's up to no good. Please like and subscribe! Enjoy!
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nice vid. thanks for sharing.
I'm not krazy. My mother had me tested.
Enjoy watching your vids.
Lol on the outtake.
That is an awesome video!
* "If it ain't broke, your doin it wrong" *
Thanks guys! Glad you like it!
GoPro FTW, I have one myself. Haha rad video, diggin the gopro body!
Nice Vid ;-)
Yea, amazing camera! I shoot all of my vids with it, makes for great rc footage in the end!
That's a great video!
To the men and women of the US military, thank you
Yeah I ski and snowmobile in the winter, ride quads and dirt bikes, as well as boating, wakeboarding, and wave running during the summer so I like to bring the GoPro along everywhere with me and see what I can do with it. It's an awesome camera and I love mine!
Looks like I need to hook up a mount to my MERV now too. Did you just use a sticky mount directly on the body? Im curious as to if it will stay on if I wreck. Wouldn't really want to throw the GoPro if I accidentally yardsale the MERV.
Ah, I do local singletrack mountain biking with mine, I drive around with it too (dashcam), my dad uses it often as well for kayaking, biking, etc. The first time I used the GoPro on that body, I used the curved adhesive and it mounted perfectly. I took it off by choice sometime later since I found another use for it, but I didn't want to get another set of adhesives. I use the helmet attatchment (J-hook) that I have to spare now. I cut a hole/slot in the body for the hook to go through the body and stick out and I shoe-goo'ed/ziptied the base into the inside of the body. It's kind of a messy but strong way to mount it though. I recommend the curved adhesives in front of that fake roof scoop, it fits and sticks on perfectly. I had some speed runs go wrong before and it was just the case that suffered with some scrapes/scratches. It's also a risky way to scratch the lens as you probably know.