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Tamiya Vanessa's Lunchbox on Coquitlam RC Track

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Published on Aug 29, 2012

A lap around the Coquitlam RC Track. It's a bit bouncy for my truck - I spent a lot of time flipping it back over and picking mud out of the GoPro2, but it was still nice to get onto an actual track.

The specs: Leopard 60A ESC - 9T or 3930KV 10T brushless - Onyx 2S 4000&5000 mAh LiPo - all bearings sealed metal - 3rd/5th shock pair - all shocks aluminum oil-filled - custom mounts - reversed stock wheelie bar with extra wheels - Futaba 3 ch 2.4 GHz Rx/Tx - soon to be waterproof Traxxas servo for steering

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Inman Darris
I have seen a lot of Lunch Box videos, but yours is by far the best running Lunch Box that i have seen. Nice work sir.
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Stephanie Norris
where is this exactly (address) i live in surrey, is it still open?
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SonGokusa666
The closest I get with Google Maps is: 1799 Pipeline Rd, Coquitlam, BC. You can see the entrance to the track if you go to street view. Heading North on Pipeline, you'll go past the gravel/trucking yards, then the RC plane field will be shortly past that on the right, and the track is just past that, also on the right. The track was recently renovated and looks different/better now. It's a nice size for 1/10 and not bad for 1/8. 
MidnightGaming
Address? Might stop by this week with mah Rustler.
Del350K4
I´ve got a polycarbonate Pumpkin body on my Wheely King; I´d never go back to the boring standard body, even if I do have to slow more to turn hard
SonGokusa666
I've never driven it with the Pumpkin body - curious if it's still as roll-over prone
SonGokusa666
Thanks!
Del350K4
Mean ol´Midnight Pumpkin!
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