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RC Cars
#21
About to purchase one from HK using man logic that I have no council tax to may for the next 2 months (car mot to be sorted as well etc)
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#22
who needs mot, tax or even food when you've got a brushless motor.
Keep it foolish...
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#23
Time to move up to the big boy class

[media width=500]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLcnOGA4eI8[/media]
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#24
As a former EK9 owner I salute your choice of bodyshell.
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#25
New set of tyres, throttle servo and air filter being bought this week for mine to get it back on the road (well off road to be exact)...more expensive to run than bikes  Big Grin Big Grin
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#26
Yes....2nd meeting with the 4wd touring car I maimed the front diff and driveshafts. 3rd meeting I blew the ESC after 1 heat after a near 2hr drive to get there!

Last night was better, local club up in Newcastle where I am atm, on sports center floor so they use mini pin tyres, I borrowed an old set, quite worn so resulted in a night of epic 4 wheel drifting which I was getting pretty good at by the end

EK9 good choice, I had a 96 spec DC2 for 2.5 years

resim
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#27
I can't work out if that's an action shot or not, looks good though
Keep it foolish...
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#28
Stationary

https://plus.google.com/1061820455196465...kkmnKcjbXy
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#29
Turbo to kick in at 20,000 but what degrees hmm, boost (think supercharger) will run from 15 to 25k to enable smooth transition with minimal lag


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#30
I'm curious on that - boost on an electric motor? Or is it for an IC car?
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