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The scale buildings and obstacles will come in time. I for one, was just
trying to get my tank operational for the first battle. Which didn't leave
any time for building construction.
As far as being stuck to a particular motor design. You shouldn't be doing
that. Design your tank with some flexibility in mind for future
improvements. I'm on my second set of motors and I know Frank is on his
second or third drive train design. Besides, kiddy car motors will work.
My toughest opponent over the weekend was Will Montgomery. Though he didn't
have my speed, he had a reliable drive train that was easily able to keep
his tank turned towards me and he was dead accurate with his gun.
[mailto:tanks-admin-at-rctankcombat.com]On Behalf Of Jaysen Hayes
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 9:41 PM
To: RC Tankas
Subject: a tad distrurbing
I am glad to hear that the battle was a success and that everyone had a
I have to admit that I was a little disappointed to see such a barren
I had visions of crumbled buildings made of foam core board..and maybe
some branch debris..and perhaps drivers a little farther away from their
It was also disturbing to hear that the power wheels motors did so
poorly. I am more or less locked into them, because of design and
finance. I suppose if they are really that bad I will be looking at a
motor change over at some time in the future...but right now its just
not doable for me.
Still...for as disappointed as I am...I am still not detured..and am
pushing ahead with construction. My motors should be here this week..
We have added another crewman to our team. John Groat who served with
the 11th Cav in Viet Nam. Glad to have him and his input on systems of
the real tank are proving to be very valuable.
I look forward to being battle ready..I hope by December sometime.