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Thread: Hello everyone! Getting back into Rc after many many years.

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    Hello everyone! Getting back into Rc after many many years.

    Hello to all. I'm getting back into Rc after a hiatus of about 15+ years. Things have changed so much... I've been working on a brushless conversion that I need some help on. I'll post about that later. Currently jumping back in the saddle with a 1/18 helion animus, Traxxas stampede, and recently added a losi Speed-T. Anyway looking forward to posting and meeting everyone.

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    welcome aboard! We all need a break once in a while, hell I get burned out too!

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    Welcome to RCN forums! How can you take a chill from R/Cing? Its like my life now-a-days! Well, have fun in this forum and chat it up! Also tell your friends about this forum to get more people involved!

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    Hello. Also contracts on getting back into the game!! :-):-):-) Just got into it myself. Got a 1/10 summit and love it. Not hinges I get will be something fast and for jumping, had a hard choice between savage flux emaxx and the summit but glad i got the summit. Willbprobably be the savage flux or something of that caliber next. I just don't think the flux or emaxx would go where i have been with the summit. Either way sorry to rant but good luck and have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCBasher13 View Post
    Welcome to RCN forums! How can you take a chill from R/Cing? Its like my life now-a-days! Well, have fun in this forum and chat it up! Also tell your friends about this forum to get more people involved!
    That's a good question, I don't have answer. I guess maybe now that I have a son who I want to share this hobby with, has reminded how much fun it is. Expensive!!!, but fun none the less.

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    hell, not much that's fun is cheap...yea, father son is a great way to keep the hobby rolling, a little friendly competition never hurts..

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    Hell yea expensive stuff always for fun. This beats paintball though, i had over three grand tied up in equipment i just traded for a second summit for my fiance so we could play together. Have spent over six grand on the paintball stuff in equipment i used over the years. It cost about a hundred bucks or so just to play for a day. Paint and field fees are crazy.then if you break down it sucks. At least with rc you can play by yourself if you want.. :-):-)

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