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RC Drifting

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Mitch, Jan 22, 2005.

  1. Mitch

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  2. PimpScort

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    i needs to get me one of them.
     
  3. Eisenflower

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    You need to buy a real car first.
     
  4. Benedict

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    :rofl:
     
  5. *Forskin*

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    Now that takes some skill!!!
     
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    that was awsome :)
     
  7. SPOONIN

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    i'll be trying that this spring for SURE!
     
  9. dave_t

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    i'm starting to try and drift with my rc car.. but there just isn't enough room in the family room(that is till i move the couches) i can't wait for some dry pavement and better batteries so i can go outside and really try it
     
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    you got your priorities all wrong .. throw the fuckin couches outside.:)
     
  11. Scott

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    They use PVC pipe for tires to get them to slide like that! pretty cool!
     
  12. SPOONIN

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    thats what i hear ... i think ud have to make your own track around here ... i dont think there is quite the following here as there is in other parts of the world
     
  13. DGREEN

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    Very sweet I plan to get one in the spring.Anyone look at the other videos in the first link?soccer grandma and horsepower one? Damn funny!
     
  14. Scott

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    Horsepower one is too funny! lol
     

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