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Get into hobby grade RC today with a good reliable brand that's pretty fast, fun, and affordable!

http://www.dromida.com/ 

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Heh. Sorry humor.

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these are frames extracted from the video. dromida vista (with the extentions on landing) sechelt bc.
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Had an idea took the two front dog bones out of the front to make my Dromida BX4.18 rear wheel drive instead of all wheel, to see what it would do!
Going to test it out some more, but I could tell with the open diff. in the rear the inside tire just spins out in a sharp enough turn when u get into the throttle to fast! So then when u get going straighter and the inside tire grips, that's when the speed comes back.
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2015-12-23
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My Dromida BX4.18

With upgraded brushed motor, and heat sink. (for looks mainly because it can still burn you!) lol
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2 out of 2 things I had to do to BX4.18 for the parallel battery setup was stiffing the suspension. Because it was bottoming out on about any sudden incline change like a hill. I used zip ties because of how much stiffer I had to make the suspension was just insane, also that was all I had! lol
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2015-12-20
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Original tires on my Dromida.
I'm going to see what the tires wear to, probably just a sponge inside.
I should be close! lol
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2015-12-20
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1 out of 2 things I had to do to my BX4.18 for the parallel battery setup was move the receiver antenna. To make room for the extra battery.
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The scale for Dromida cars are 1/18th, so that is a little small for hobby grade RC's, but I like the size, it calls for indoor driving sometimes! :)
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2015-12-20
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