Smartech Traveller vs concrete slab

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MONAROMAN

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At a local bash spot a sign has been posted recently telling all petrol powered RCs to stay off the concrete surface, now correct me if i am wrong but there is no way known to man a 1/5 scale RC will damage a concrete slab - and I'm talking a big old flat slab, its the concrete slab in this video, check it out :lol:

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yea, that sounds like those that don't know/understand are trying to control that which they don't know poop about or understand.

maybe they think they ll just dig ruts in it? lmao.
They probably don't like paying someone to go out with hot bleach water to scrub off the black marks. lol
 
well now theres proof you were there?:nono: i bet they will be even more against people running there once they see all the black marks! lol..
its an odd sign tho, they must have a bunch of rcs trying to run on that little patch of concrete?
seems odd, there must be history involved with that sign?
 
An electric onroad club runs there, they can't stand any other vehicles running there - its public property and they act like its their private property, the council (who owns the land) has seen us running nitros and gassers there and don't care but someone thinks there precious little concrete slab will be tarnished, and you know what things are like, if they just let it slide we wouldn't do burnouts there, but they put the sign up we had to leave a little present for them all
 
QUOTE=Bigger the Better;18707]Take a crap load of chalk and make tons of hop-scotch pads and see if the next sign reads - "No small children are to use the cement slab". :clown:[/QUOTE]

LMMFAO....classic.

Monaro.... that slab needs more burnouts.:2guns:
 
At a local bash spot a sign has been posted recently telling all petrol powered RCs to stay off the concrete surface, now correct me if i am wrong but there is no way known to man a 1/5 scale RC will damage a concrete slab - and I'm talking a big old flat slab, its the concrete slab in this video, check it out :lol:

Hey MM,

I can still hear the screaming engine..............lol

Sad it didn't last long though, but it will be different next time mate:2guns:

Monaro.... that slab needs more burnouts

Dude, that can be arranged:gunsmilie:
 
An electric onroad club runs there, they can't stand any other vehicles running there - its public property and they act like its their private property, the council (who owns the land) has seen us running nitros and gassers there and don't care but someone thinks there precious little concrete slab will be tarnished, and you know what things are like, if they just let it slide we wouldn't do burnouts there, but they put the sign up we had to leave a little present for them all


You mean like a "signature":oops:

:rockon::rockon::rockon:
 
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