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    I is gonna be there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Killer RC View Post
    If you are going to this event and you still need a kill switch, I am going to offer you a special deal. Order a Super Bee kill switch, and put "Bashfest Deal" in the order notes, and I will send you a free fuel hose & disconnect kit, along with your Super Bee kit. Also use the 10% discount code 10OFFEVERYTHING at checkout.

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    http://www.killerrc.com/product/supe...witch-car-kit/

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    A nice gesture, thanks.

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    Booked - Hic!
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    Tickets booked
    GETTA LIFE!.......GETTA BAJA!!!

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    Got myself booked in again

    Looking forward to it

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    After the injury sustained to Mr Suggs last year, I spoke to one of our suppliers and have arranged a full trauma first aid kit which I will donate to Neil and Rob for bashfest.

    It should cover most trauma injuries, hopefully there will be none and remember people I am off duty

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJJ View Post
    After the injury sustained to Mr Suggs last year, I spoke to one of our suppliers and have arranged a full trauma first aid kit which I will donate to Neil and Rob for bashfest.

    It should cover most trauma injuries, hopefully there will be none and remember people I am off duty
    Great idea and appreciated Rav, hopefully wont be required but accidents do happen....as I found out!! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUGG View Post
    Great idea and appreciated Rav, hopefully wont be required but accidents do happen....as I found out!! lol
    What happened Sugg?

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    Quote Originally Posted by feedtheinferno View Post
    What happened Sugg?
    nailed by a baja at full chat at the last bashfest!!! hit my shin. lucky not too break my leg tbh there is a photo of the moment of impact somewhere on here....

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    We did have a small business first aid kit, but to be fair it would have been of little use for the type of injury sustained. It could have been a lot worse if the truck had Kold Kutters fitted. Hopefully the ice was of some benefit though.

    Rav, thank you for incredibly generous donation. It's great to see members of the RC community contribute to improving facilities for the BHBF event. Rob and I are truly humbled. Again, thank you.

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    How about starting a small fund for a Petrol leaf blower to keep the tracks grass free? Im up for stikking a tenner in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverback RC Products View Post
    We did have a small business first aid kit, but to be fair it would have been of little use for the type of injury sustained. It could have been a lot worse if the truck had Kold Kutters fitted. Hopefully the ice was of some benefit though.

    Rav, thank you for incredibly generous donation. It's great to see members of the RC community contribute to improving facilities for the BHBF event. Rob and I are truly humbled. Again, thank you.
    No the ice was more than appreciated Neil. Cheers. The Doctors said your quick thinking probably saved my leg from amputation!! Lol not really but thanks again. Hopefully Ravs kit is never needed but good to have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosster View Post
    How about starting a small fund for a Petrol leaf blower to keep the tracks grass free? Im up for stikking a tenner in
    +1 here as well Hosster, the grass around driveshafts is annoying.

    It would be worth asking the farmer if he has any machinery on a larger scale that would do the job as well.

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    Attending in full force
    Every axial model ever , slash 4x4 , 8ight 2.0 eu , Twammers , Obr powered 5T and everything far from stock

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    Booked my two for me and a freind
    losi 5t mmr tuned pro mx 30.5 bzm pipe and much more,Baja 5b zen g290rc dom v2,20/54 gearing,lightened flywheel and to much to list!!hyper 7e running hobbywing 150amp esc and castle mamba monster 2200kv motor and much more,savage xs(bl) stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosster View Post
    How about starting a small fund for a Petrol leaf blower to keep the tracks grass free? Im up for stikking a tenner in
    Quote Originally Posted by RJJ View Post
    +1 here as well Hosster, the grass around driveshafts is annoying.

    It would be worth asking the farmer if he has any machinery on a larger scale that would do the job as well.
    We are looking at sourcing a blower and half decent mower at present to get the grass nice and short and keep it off the track as much as possible.

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    I can help with the blower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powell View Post
    I can help with the blower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinger View Post
    Blow not suck

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    Lol

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