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Billy Kelly - 6.06.17, 6:21 pm Post #271: | Reply With Quote
perry said
See, I told you guys he had an R/C that can run on water.
Oh the recent video posted by(. ) shows what their new paddle tires can do on water
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SuburbnHooligan - 6.06.17, 6:47 pm Post #272: | Reply With Quote
the clodbuster ran on water first. no paddle tires needed.


(watch this on YouTube for more options)



proof it's the most divine monster truck ever.
just because it's a bad idea doesn't mean it wont be a good time.
i used to crash a lot. i still do, but i used to, too.
It's my duty as a human being to be pissed off.
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perry - 6.06.17, 7:20 pm Post #273: | Reply With Quote
SuburbnHooligan said
the clodbuster ran on water first. no paddle tires needed.


(watch this on YouTube for more options)



proof it's the most divine monster truck ever.
...And Lo, the waters did part with the wave of his antenna, allowing for safe passage of all who followed.


..and the water was turned red by the LED mounted under the chassis of of his Clod as it waded into the river...
tamiyafier said
Whenever someone replies "k thks m8 lol" i die a little inside.

still runnin' cars like I clean my teeth: with brushes.

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Billy Kelly - 6.07.17, 6:03 am Post #274: | Reply With Quote
SuburbnHooligan said
the clodbuster ran on water first. no paddle tires needed.


(watch this on YouTube for more options)



proof it's the most divine monster truck ever.
That was 4 years before I got in. More like a paddle boat then actually running across the water.

As far as I can remember, never seen a Clodbuster in person. Maybe there was one on display back when hobby show came in 2010
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SuburbnHooligan - 6.07.17, 5:02 pm Post #275: | Reply With Quote
Billy Kelly said
As far as I can remember, never seen a Clodbuster in person.
seriously?
i have memories of them being sold at toys-r-us and seeing one in the glass display case. that was probably really late 80's really early 90's. i can remember seeing a used one for sale at So Cal Raceway when it was on Valley View st. in Garden Grove back in like 1995/96. there was a show on PBS called RC TV back in like 1997/98 i watched after school one day a week. i would see clodbusters were on and grab a tape, record that episode. a modified clod with 17 turn motors, Novak Super Rooster ESC and an ESP Clodzilla 4 chassis was porn. i lusted after Clodbusters for 20 years, then finally bought one a few years ago.

then again i remember a local hobby shop in Lakewood, CA. called Hobby Warehouse had a Kyosho USA-1 in the display case. i can remember going to that shop just to look at that truck in the display case. then the store burned down (electrical fire, it even make the local news), and i still has a sad. then the store moved across the street, but no USA-1. and now there out of business...

moral of the story, scale monster trucks are the best thing ever.
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just because it's a bad idea doesn't mean it wont be a good time.
i used to crash a lot. i still do, but i used to, too.
It's my duty as a human being to be pissed off.
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Kingy - 6.07.17, 5:20 pm Post #276: | Reply With Quote
while we're already off topic, scale monster trucks still have a decent following, the 'SHAFTY SOLID AXLE Monsters' group on facebook gets a decent amount of action.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/soli...tmonstertruck/
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Billy Kelly - 6.07.17, 6:49 pm Post #277: | Reply With Quote
Kingy said
while we're already off topic, scale monster trucks still have a decent following, the 'SHAFTY SOLID AXLE Monsters' group on facebook gets a decent amount of action.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/soli...tmonstertruck/
Staying off topic. You might like this.

https://www.bigsquidrc.com/video-jco...-world-finals/
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Billy Kelly - 6.07.17, 6:58 pm Post #278: | Reply With Quote
SuburbnHooligan said
seriously?
i have memories of them being sold at toys-r-us and seeing one in the glass display case. that was probably really late 80's really early 90's. i can remember seeing a used one for sale at So Cal Raceway when it was on Valley View st. in Garden Grove back in like 1995/96. there was a show on PBS called RC TV back in like 1997/98 i watched after school one day a week. i would see clodbusters were on and grab a tape, record that episode. a modified clod with 17 turn motors, Novak Super Rooster ESC and an ESP Clodzilla 4 chassis was porn. i lusted after Clodbusters for 20 years, then finally bought one a few years ago.

then again i remember a local hobby shop in Lakewood, CA. called Hobby Warehouse had a Kyosho USA-1 in the display case. i can remember going to that shop just to look at that truck in the display case. then the store burned down (electrical fire, it even make the local news), and i still has a sad. then the store moved across the street, but no USA-1. and now there out of business...

moral of the story, scale monster trucks are the best thing ever.
I do remember Toys r us having some RC stuff in late 80s. But couldn't say what. Most of 90s I work 80-100hr weeks. Was either working or under the influence of something playing video games.

Tamiya vehicles have been basically ghosts in my area over my 6years. Pictures, video and stories. But not in person.
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SuburbnHooligan - 6.07.17, 7:12 pm Post #279: | Reply With Quote
holy crap that Excaliber replica is lady parts!
just because it's a bad idea doesn't mean it wont be a good time.
i used to crash a lot. i still do, but i used to, too.
It's my duty as a human being to be pissed off.
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eg6motion - 6.08.17, 12:58 pm Post #280: | Reply With Quote
SuburbnHooligan said
seriously?
i have memories of them being sold at toys-r-us and seeing one in the glass display case. that was probably really late 80's really early 90's. i can remember seeing a used one for sale at So Cal Raceway when it was on Valley View st. in Garden Grove back in like 1995/96. there was a show on PBS called RC TV back in like 1997/98 i watched after school one day a week. i would see clodbusters were on and grab a tape, record that episode. a modified clod with 17 turn motors, Novak Super Rooster ESC and an ESP Clodzilla 4 chassis was porn. i lusted after Clodbusters for 20 years, then finally bought one a few years ago.

then again i remember a local hobby shop in Lakewood, CA. called Hobby Warehouse had a Kyosho USA-1 in the display case. i can remember going to that shop just to look at that truck in the display case. then the store burned down (electrical fire, it even make the local news), and i still has a sad. then the store moved across the street, but no USA-1. and now there out of business...

moral of the story, scale monster trucks are the best thing ever.
Shut up. Seriously, stop this crap.

I can't handle the nostalgia you are evoking. Dammit... now I have to go find one.
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