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Old 03-04-2014, 12:22 PM
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This the one in the vids on Facebook?
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Old 03-04-2014, 12:29 PM
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Yes sir.

Supra Body had sticker Bomb stickers ont he fenders removed it also had a team sticker and removed it. Going to try Metalic flames (ghost style) on this body


Removed the fake carbon sticker off the hood, going to drill out the front holes and do matte black flames on it leaving it pink.


This one is a little more beat up but I like it as is.


I also just got the HPI AAR Cuda body in last night not sure how or what I want to paint it to be.





I want to look into getting these bodies as well
70 Challenger (HPI)
69 Charger (RJSpeed / HPI)
67 Mustang Fastback (Vaterra)
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My kids have a 2 each, all are electric, they race 1/10th stadium truck and 1/8 scale buggy, all brushless lipo powered, an expensive hobby for sure, Their 1/8th scales were around $1200 each and the 1/10st's were around $800... The parts and racing is what really costs the money. The nitro is cool but summer only, they race year round, and the batteries charge in 5 minutes or so and last for 30 minutes each...

Pretty cool to watch them fly around that track..
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Old 03-04-2014, 01:35 PM
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very cool, I go through a full tank of gas on the car in a few minutes but im also just running it WOT and drifting around corners trying not to end up in the sewage drain lol.
Good thing right now wake up in Tx its in the 60's afternoon its back in the 80's and im running the car lol
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Old 03-04-2014, 02:02 PM
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fuel prices are rising, you're going to have to make it eco friendly
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Old 03-04-2014, 02:24 PM
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cheaper to run this then my truck going to attack a Radio Flyer wagon and ride this shit to work. lol
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I've got an older 1/10 HPI Nitro Stadium with a OS Max engine that hauls ass. For my son I got him one of the original Traxxas trucks so he can bash around the yard without the fear of breaking much on it. I used to run the nitro street cars but you need to have really smooth pavement so they don't hit a rock and bounce around while riding in the street. They are loads of fun and can be an expensive hobby, but then again what adult hobby isn't expensive. Right
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Old 03-24-2014, 07:04 AM
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Fully Agree man. lol

How do you like your truck? Any tips on painting/cutting a new body?
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I love it. I also have a Pico-Trinity engine that isn't fully broken in yet. That engine makes my knob tires become slicks if im not careful.

As for painting I have always air brushed my bodies. I use that liquid mask to seal off the areas that will be colors. As for cutting, I use a dremel tool to debur the edges if needed and a sharp blade on an exacto knife. Also I like to use the mesh for window screens on the side windows so that air flows inside to cool the engine and out the back. Also helps so that no big derbis gets into the engine compartments.
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