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Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by to-fast, Jul 9, 2004.

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  1. to-fast

    to-fast Member

    I live out in the country so i have like 3 akers of land to do wat ever, really 6 akers but im only going to use 3 for a brand new home made gas truck dirt racing track. If anyone has sugestions on how to make it or build it, or has any pics of other tracks that i can copy to make the layout of it anything helps thanks!

    I got a tractor with a front loader and a box blade I can make it with. So help me with the track layout and after I make it ill take lots of pics thanks :D
  2. redheat

    redheat Member

    What ever you do make sure that you put some fast straight aways with a double and a triple for some big air, some s turns with some tall burms , you do that and I'll fly out and race with ya. Where are you building this fast track? Red
  3. monsterrcbuilder04

    monsterrcbuilder04 Active Member

    hope you have fun with the track but i'll let you no its a lot mnore worh then you think. i was makin a small one and got sick of it half way through.i ended up just making a couple bike jumps on it and driving the cars off of it
  4. redheat

    redheat Member

    That'll work
  5. to-fast

    to-fast Member

    lol hopfully i get it done when i start a job i cant quit im building it behind my house in brush,colorado thanks for all ur help and yeah i wasnt thinking of putting berms but that is a #@$% of a good ideal ill try it also any more sugestions would be helpfull thanks
  6. redheat

    redheat Member

    When do we race?
  7. to-fast

    to-fast Member

    where do u live?
  8. redheat

    redheat Member

  9. to-fast

    to-fast Member

    dang where next door nabors i was born in arizona and live ther tell i was 7 and then moved here i am 14 now so its like i lived hear and there for half my life
  10. ericmcgehee

    ericmcgehee Member

    you may want to make it near some sort of water source. it will really help you out if you water the track down befor you race, or else you will spend half of your time cleaning you air filters out. it will really help if you have electric cars or trucks. the dust really messes with the motors. just my 2 cents. have fun
  11. Justin_E

    Justin_E Member

    who cares if you get dirty, its all about having fun and worrying about the mess later
  12. ericmcgehee

    ericmcgehee Member

    its not about the mess. if you have electric, and keep running them in the dust, it will screw up the motor.
  13. to-fast

    to-fast Member

    hell ur both correct and very good ideal about weting down track i was thinking of puting a sprincler sestem in the middel so thanks for sugestions but all i have is gas trucks so im just going to run them on there and clean them with ari tank , spray them off and lub the engine and soke the airfelters
  14. ericmcgehee

    ericmcgehee Member

    the water will help you out with traction as well
  15. monsterrcbuilder04

    monsterrcbuilder04 Active Member

    on my track dirt was an issue so i dug down about 2-3 inches on the entire thing so that i could make the burms and jumps. turned out to be a good idea.didnt take more then 2 weeks with a flat edge shovel.wish i had a bobcat or something. my burms where only like a foot and a half tall and they work fine. one af them has boards goin along it for the bikes so it is now actually like 4 and a half feet tall
  16. to-fast

    to-fast Member

    lukly i got a box blade and a front loader on my tracter
  17. redheat

    redheat Member

    Stop yacking and get thet thing built
  18. monsterrcbuilder04

    monsterrcbuilder04 Active Member

  19. to-fast

    to-fast Member

    lol i wish i could but im really buizy and im still looking for track desighns help me out for making a track design like post pics of a track so i can coppy it for my track layout
  20. monsterrcbuilder04

    monsterrcbuilder04 Active Member

    my track was just an oval. i put a few jumps on it and a rythm section at one point
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