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Old 02-18-2014, 09:22 PM   #121
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Looks like some beautiful crawling grounds!
I believe, if I were to switch from my SMASH.. I would have to test the Reptile out.. its a great looking chassis!
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Old 02-18-2014, 09:37 PM   #122
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Good to see you Stephan
Thanks for the help,with the oil and dremel. Greate driving,with a greate car. Hope too see you later on another comp;)
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Looks like some beautiful crawling grounds!
I believe, if I were to switch from my SMASH.. I would have to test the Reptile out.. its a great looking chassis!
You'll get to try Liz's this spring;). Slick ride!
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Old 02-19-2014, 09:26 AM   #124
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Looks like some beautiful crawling grounds!
I believe, if I were to switch from my SMASH.. I would have to test the Reptile out.. its a great looking chassis!
Just go out and get one already we know you want to
You won't be disappointed
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Old 02-19-2014, 03:50 PM   #125
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a great driver and a great person
I hope to see you on another occasion and improve my English to be able to understand us better


Thank you
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Old 02-19-2014, 08:54 PM   #126
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Just go out and get one already we know you want to
You won't be disappointed
Nope.. I won't do it! I would but I won't.. maybe at the end of this year ill move on from the SMASH to something new. Ill keep my eye on the reptile builds and hope to see some more video in action..
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Old 02-21-2014, 03:41 PM   #127
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Two hours before i' m still arrived in germany..

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Looks like some beautiful crawling grounds!
I believe, if I were to switch from my SMASH.. I would have to test the Reptile out.. its a great looking chassis!
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Nope.. I won't do it! I would but I won't.. maybe at the end of this year ill move on from the SMASH to something new. Ill keep my eye on the reptile builds and hope to see some more video in action..
Hi Winnerone23 - yes, the Spot was really nice!! About the reptile - the reptile works very good if you could find the right setup for your driving style.
Perhaps i post up a little video from the last weekend, but my Internet is very slow at the moment.




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Good to see you Stephan
Thanks for the help,with the oil and dremel. Greate driving,with a greate car. Hope too see you later on another comp;)
No Problem, Per Arne!!! Nice to meet you first time and also hope to comp with you one time more soon!!!



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a great driver and a great person
I hope to see you on another occasion and improve my English to be able to understand us better. Thank you
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Nice to meet you in person! Hope to see you soon on the rocks and thanks for the great days in spain!






After comping i did have same nice days with my girlfriend in spain and also the chance to found the best place for crawling i ever seen!!!
Here are some impressions of these great spot
























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Old 02-22-2014, 11:46 PM   #128
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Nationals of Spain 2014 - Course 3
Course3 _ ZZR 1100 Racer - YouTube


Nationals of Spain 2014 - Course 2(Second driver is Swiss Rock Force)
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Old 03-23-2014, 04:25 PM   #129
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...got some nice part...a special one piece axle






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Old 03-27-2014, 10:07 AM   #130
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Cool axle, how much lighter than stock parts? Only glued?
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Cool axle, how much lighter than stock parts? Only glued?
19g lighter than stock hardned RC4WD final gear and stock axles
16g lighter than stock final and stock axels
14g lighter than light weight hotracing final gear with stock axles
8g lighter than light weight hotracing final gear with my old handmade titanaxle
...light and no lash...


About the way to do i coul't tell you to much, because a friend made them for me. The thing i know it's a titanium tube(Grade 7) combined with M5 titanium axels(grade 5) at the end.
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Old 04-12-2014, 02:35 AM   #132
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Hey
Whats the width of your rig front and back Stephan?
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Old 04-12-2014, 05:01 PM   #133
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Hey Per Arne - I'm going the small way: Front 275mm, Rear 250mm

The most people don't like it so small and they are a lot of situations it will be better to go more wide. But sometimes it also will be better to go small...
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Old 04-15-2014, 08:41 PM   #134
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A little late to the show but awesome photos. That ocean spot looks stellar and your build pictures are fantastic.
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Old 05-12-2014, 10:38 AM   #135
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A little late to the show but awesome photos. That ocean spot looks stellar and your build pictures are fantastic.
thanks, Brian. Iīm glad that you like so much



Last Weekend we did have a little comp with 14 drivers. The reptile works fine and i could take the 2th place, but now itīs time to go not any longer the reptile way.

I have to say thanks for all the reptile fans who are always looking in my build tread, posting comments and sending pmīs for question. If somebody have setup problems with the reptile feel free to send pm for question.


Here is a little video which "fritzthefly" took last weekend.
I ended up these course 2 with -23points.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d79A...yer_detailpage






...my new ambition chassie is at customs and i hope i could get the package the next days
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Old 05-15-2014, 11:48 AM   #136
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Hi , you say too much or not enough ....... you ................


my "new ambition chassie is at customs" and i hope i could get the package the next days ????????????


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Old 05-15-2014, 04:43 PM   #137
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Hi, for you who seems biker. I am a member of this group, be curious, look!
I think the future of the motorcycle is in this project
I'll Tuesday on a track in the south of France to see the first test track

abstracts (english version) - ProGECO moto

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Old 05-17-2014, 02:53 AM   #138
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Hi Maduff, yes i'm also a biker and these futurebike is real cool

Pictures of my new chassies will follow in some hours
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Old 05-17-2014, 04:30 AM   #139
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I think some did't understand why i'm changing the not bad working Reptile. Yes, for shure with the right setup it could work fine, but since last year i'm thinking to make my own chassie. I forgot thinking about when i did have seen M_ENERGY's buildtread. I love the design and hole concept from the first minute and i know, when the time is comming, i have to own these collection of great ideas. Now the time was come...

What i got know is:
- enough ground clearence
- the chance to use straight upper's...perhaps carbon
- the chance to go really low without a collession risk to the upper's (chassie is wide and you also did have the help of the awsome BB-Brace)
- the chance to go upsidedown also with Bossclaws
- a very stiff cap but less weight (all together is only 58g with steelhardware(!!!))
- a LOT of capabilitis to find your perfect personally setup(you could fix the cap more to front or rear...like you prefere)
- higher frontshock bracket who gives you more clearence for ESC and front upper's. Good to go low and upsidedown
- the chance to get all what i need for comping from one company(BmachineRC)
- 7075 alu upper's
- Grade 5 titanlower's
- CNC cutted sidepanels
- a not only sold chassie...it was tested and modified from M_ENERGY before...and it works...think about the final of holmes nats 2013...5th place
- awsome details like the BB-Brace
- awsome details like the delrin shocksliders

If i forget something feel free to post...


All parts i got from Bruce are also insomuch perfect quality...really awsome and that's not only words for shure!!!
I also got the chassie totally fixed. That's also a cool service which customer get from BmachineRC! I felt from the first minute that Bruce really wants content customers!!































BIG thanks to M_ENERGY and BmachineRC for the remedy our problems...and also BIG thanks to Bruce for the offer beeing part of the TEAM!!!
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Old 05-17-2014, 05:47 AM   #140
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Stephan, you should be very happy, that thing just world !!!!
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