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never seen rc racing like this. - September 8, 2011, 06:04 PM

i've seen some rc racing but not at this level, these dudes are super fast.
and real anoucers and shit...?

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shit gets serious....kids in iraq were paying 1000$s for new cars parts and having fuel secretly sent over


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September 8, 2011, 06:15 PM

I felt like I was watching BTCC.



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I felt like I was watching BTCC.
i know, those little fuckers are cool.
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September 8, 2011, 06:35 PM

they had a track setup up like a weekend or 2 ago in the pepboys parking lot in glenburnie...


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If you are fast enough, they do have guys who get paid to race...


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September 8, 2011, 09:47 PM

Dang. thats some serious stuff. do those RC have brakes on them? they seem to slow down pretty quick too.


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I'd also like to see them do a NASCAR style track. haha


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September 8, 2011, 09:55 PM

I want to see these run at Allsports or the Summit Point Kart course, looks like they can really wind them out


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Dang. thats some serious stuff. do those RC have brakes on them? they seem to slow down pretty quick too.

not really brakes just throttle control and reverse usually


some do have like a brake shoe setup...

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these are fun as well



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September 8, 2011, 10:22 PM

i used to have a bike back in the late 80s early 90s.... i believe it was a gsxr or something def a sportbike... but it was electric ..i remember starting them you had to lay it on the side and run a circle until it stood up...we split the guys head ff i dont know how many times...


my dad had like a bunch of cars monster trucks...i even had a sled to pull with my truck that you put weights in

similar to this but mine wasnt homemade...


i think i might take this hobby up but dont know if i want to go stadium truck or streetcar


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DUDE when he backed it in I just about went crazy. Do these have brakes on them?


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