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Airing Out The LST2 - Short Video Clip!

Discussion in 'Bashing Chat' started by 10 Gauge, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. 10 Gauge

    10 Gauge <b>X-TreMe BaShEr! </b>
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    Had a buddy take some vid on his cell phone today while I was doing some jumping right before both of my RX batteries decided to die (killed my day early, ugh). Sorry for the low-res video. This was shot on an Evo 4G, and unfortunately I was expecting the quality to be much better (iPhone camera stompsssss this). Anyhow, enjoy this short clip of me bustin' it up for a bit!

    (Play in HD to salvage what resolution you can!)
    [video=youtube;0NPBnQLxLII]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NPBnQLxLII[/video]
     
  2. RobscoRC

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    Nice machine. I love the sound of nitro's. I was just working on my T-Maxx tonight, can't wait to break it. That machine looks super rugged!
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  3. 10 Gauge

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    Nice, get some vidz when you take out the Maxx!

    For being a 15+lb truck, this thing is built like a tank, very rugged. I'm surprised how much hell I can give it.

    This clip I had the motor tuned rich as I'm only just a tad over 1/2 gallon on this new motor. Next trip out I plan to give it the full on power tune and let it RIIIIIIP. :)
     
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    Just threw my truck on the scale to see how heavy it is... 220oz. without the body. I reckon it's a good 235-240oz. with the body on it which is right at 15lbs. Damn that's a heavy beast!!!
     
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    Wow that is heavy!! I'm planning on taking out the Revo and T-maxx soon, as soon as this damn snow goes away...
     
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    I agree with you Kyle. that thing is a beast and 10 gauge I am envious of the weather there dude. We here are still under snow..
     
  7. heyboy100abe

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    Nice jumping mate... I'm thinking about geting some LST shocks for my savage... Are they good?
    :)
     
  8. 10 Gauge

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    They are the best off-road MT shocks available, period. :)
     
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    I believe they can be mounted to the savage right ? a kit or something is needed ? I forget .

    I had a LST2 and ya ,nice shocks ,,sweet truck ,,but you know ,,Brushless .

    Anyway ,,nice jumps 10 ,,how about a jumpin a hottie in a bikini next time ,,

    I mean with the truck dude ,,geeezzz.:haveaniceday:
     
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    Thanks Ted!

    :)

    Yeah they make an LST shock mount kit for the Savage's, and they are some nasty lookin' beasts with the LST shocks on 'em!!!
     
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    cool video........... :)
     
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    Yes they are, that's for sure !!!!!
    :yuush:

    BTW, that was one awesome vid there buddy !!!!!!
    :on fire:
     
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    Thanks Taz! The LST knows how to grab some air. :D
     
  14. beaker5377

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    You got some pretty sweet control over that beast in the air. I'm starting to jump my T-maxx a bit more now (like 5 foot or vertical air max so far.) Once I can get it reacting properly in the air, I'll "grow some" and shoot for some big air like this and get a video posted.

    Cheers!
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    Thanks! She controls really well in the air, even better now that she's brushless. :)

    T-Maxx's have uber air control, both of my friends run them and they can pull some pretty intense stunts because they're so light.
     

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