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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-23-2002, 01:03 PM Thread Starter
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Who has an R/C sled and where is there a company that makes a kit to build one.I used to be into R/C off road trucks and raced them,I think it would be great to build a sno x track in the backyard for them days that I Can't go out on the Big one also it would not hurt as bad if you crashed it trying the bigtriple.

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Just think of the options.
scaled down hillclimbs
scalled down Ice races
scaled down ice drags
scaled down snow cross
full mod weed eater motors running alcy
all the buds getting together and racing swaping paint etc on a sunday when the trails don't have enough snow to ride drinking beer cooking on the barby it would be alot cheaper to trsh one of these then a 8000.00 machine and no pain involved or hospital bills.
Who wants to be the Blair Morgan or Tucker of R/C sled Racing?

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These guys do R/C sleds http://www.jpehobbies.com/index2.html

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Check this link out pretty cool. Maybe put a 35cc stihl chainsaw motor in it. RC sleds

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That would be awesome.....sure would allow me to get my fix once in a while!!!!!

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Those things look like a blast! * *

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I have seen others before but don't know who built them,anybody have more info on other companies.

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Those things would be a blast! *What does one of them run?

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ArtAttack Snowmobile
Here it is, the sled to start the next big R/C trend, the ArtAttack by NitroElements! This machine is approximately 12" wide and 24" long! Powered by a .21 sized pull start rear exhaust engine and a two channel radio. Independent coil over front suspension and rear suspension with rubber track will handle most anything you can throw at it! A person with average modeling skills should be able to assemble this kit in four to five hours.


Buy it for $365.00
This does not include radio or engine I believe.

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Ready to Run version

RTR version! You can now buy the ArtAttack "pre-built", just add fuel and AA batteries! Includes the following components:

* Airtronics Blazer Sport radio
* Ofna/Force P4 .21 with pullstart
* Paris AL650 tuned pipe
* Fully assembled by professionals with years of RC building experience!

price $559.99

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