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Old 02-02-2008, 10:07 AM   #31
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The skidoo's were sick today,, buddy has some great building skills.
Another great show,, love the Offroad stuff the best...
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Old 02-02-2008, 11:16 AM   #32
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R/C sno-cross would be totally cool I think. if that guy can sell his patten to a company like Losi, Kyosho or AE. we could see some sno-cross at Sids or even RC #5 raceway inn the future lol.
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Old 02-02-2008, 10:16 PM   #33
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Thanks guys !
Getting the 1/4 scale Ski-doo on the market is the mission. This project is in the capable hands of a top 12th scale carpet car manufacturer, myself and many others just need to be patient.

Thanks to the guys at RC-TV for covering my RC snowmobile hobby, very cool ! Thank You very Much !

Thanks also goes out to Chewy for gettin down and letting me jump him !

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Old 02-03-2008, 11:56 AM   #34
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I am still going to plug the crawler competition coverage, we will be hosting at least competition this year, and RC rock crawling is growing very fast this year, almost every company on the market is producing rock crawling parts this year, compared to only a few last year, and only internet sites the year before! This is going to be a big segment of the RC world and i think that for any person just flicking the channels saturday morning to catch this on tv, would definitley be all about rock crawlers. how many watch the powerblock and watch extreme 4x4 and TRUCKS? I know that anywhere we have gone to do crawler days or Demos, non RC people will stand around and watch these rigs climbing. we had a Demo at the Angus swap and sale in Angus, Ontario this past month. There were tons of people standing inside and outside the store watching the crawler exhibition. and this was all day! Our crawl meet at Frenchmans Bay in pickering, right on the beach was great for exposure. we had a audience all day long. So for your question of will this enterain the non rc audience , i absolutely think so. just my opinion but im sure many others will agree 100%.
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Old 02-03-2008, 08:42 PM   #35
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How about a monster truck freestyle event. Like they do in full scale monster truck events. big jumps are cool but how about consecutive jumps where with consecutive back flips. loops built from plywood. or find an empty pool. I agree with buddy above. Some of the segments do need a bit of tweaking (i.e. so you wanna race) If you're going to have drama (said loosely) and personalities on the show to attract more of a non-R/C demographic then make those characters more interesting and please have them shave once in a while. I just don't want our hobby to be represented by a couple of goofballs! Also a really technical show can't be all that bad either. Spike TV on sundays features a couple of shows (4x4, muscle car, Trucks etc. ) with some success. Each show demonstrates the every day techniques that mechanics use on working on their cars along with featuring products and services from companies who I am sure help sponsor the show. I believe that the same formula can be applied in conjunction with R/C I know Traxxas and Tamiya Canada would love to see products featured on the show. Again I appreciate the effort that you guys have put into the show, and I am only giving my suggestions seeing this is an open forum.

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Old 05-21-2008, 06:05 AM   #36
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when does season # 3 start? I am waiting patientley to see the footage from the Milton bash
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Old 05-21-2008, 07:52 AM   #37
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How about a soccer game with Largescales??

All we need is:
A few buggies
1 soccer ball
1 soccer field
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Old 05-22-2008, 06:39 PM   #38
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Moster destruction....

Nik, you've seen most of my trucks and you know I have a few.....So...

I'd be willing to sacrafice a truck or two in the attempts to launch one from a very high build over to another one....some place down town T.O. maybe

And if it doesn't make it....thats kool, I'll just build another...

and if it makes it, it will go in the record books...

and if anyone has the Kahonas to try as well, it might get interesting...


P.S. if this doesn't work for you, give me a couple moments to think of a few more...
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Old 05-22-2008, 06:41 PM   #39
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P.S. I have my own ramp...but may need a bigger one.....
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Old 05-25-2008, 12:27 PM   #40
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Punch Buggy 4 Sickkids

Have you guys seen this yet?

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