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Cupton79

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Yeah... I know.. I was taking a curve at a high rate of speed and lost it... spun out of control and was on the brakes while sliding backwards and didn’t want to hit a big block of wood so nailed the throttle to aid in stopping and it and it wheelied so hard all 4 wheels came off the ground.. the wheelie bar dug in and stopped it from hitting the block of wood but when it slammed back down that happened... definitely strange... but no big deal.. all that was damaged was the frame obviously lol and the top plate... nothing else was even scratched lol
 

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My baja looked like that twice. Once after running into at tree, and once after about a 50' long crash involving a lot of end over ends.
 

Cupton79

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My baja looked like that twice. Once after running into at tree, and once after about a 50' long crash involving a lot of end over ends.
Yeah... I’ve had my share of crashes and end-overs... I’m sure this just finished it off... but doing what it did when it did it I was just baffled... like how did that happen.. lol
 

Scruffy

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It was probably already cracked almost all the way thru and the wheelie just finished it off. I had one like that once from a run in with a phone pole lol
 

Cupton79

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Yeah.. these things are tough! But they can get out of hand rather quickly.. alittle rusty after being outta the hobby for the last 8yrs... but on the bright side my driving skills are improving! Lol
 
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