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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
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    I would guess more than 80% of the 10%íers are going to just ride the B-Line and call it good.


    Do we have to take a test before we ride his trails? That's like eleventeen percent, right?


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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Break it out, DJ, that thing is really easy to fly! But like mentioned, after a year of no use, the LiPo battery may be toast, and on that one, to replace it, you have to solder in a new one.

    But it would only cost a few bux to pick up a new one, if you have the soldering capability to solder it in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Break it out, DJ, that thing is really easy to fly! But like mentioned, after a year of no use, the LiPo battery may be toast, and on that one, to replace it, you have to solder in a new one.

    But it would only cost a few bux to pick up a new one, if you have the soldering capability to solder it in.
    Iíll get on it.
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    Well hell, at least try charging the one in it now...ya never know.
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    Does your iPad have a USB port? That's how you charge that thing, it comes with a USB charger cable. Probably bright yellow, like the 'coptor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    No way man! The great Vans debate of 18 was epic!
    BTW, what size are those those things...size enormous?
    All that corn is going to right to your feet!.
    Size 13, I had to upsize so I could run Dr Scholl's. You should see how big the slip-ons look in that size, that's the only reason why I'm not rockin the checkered ones.

    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
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    I would guess more than 80% of the 10%íers are going to just ride the B-Line and call it good.


    Do we have to take a test before we ride his trails? That's like eleventeen percent, right?
    I wonder if he's ok with skidding on his trails?
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    I never heard of Vans [shoes] until I read this thread. Are these part of the West Coast culture, or are they bike related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadGrandpa View Post
    I never heard of Vans [shoes] until I read this thread. Are these part of the West Coast culture, or are they bike related?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Does your iPad have a USB port? That's how you charge that thing, it comes with a USB charger cable. Probably bright yellow, like the 'coptor.
    No port, anything more would be civilized.
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    ^The high top ones were my jam when I discovered cool comin up. Also had a pair of the Rasta coloured low tops when I was, you know, doing my part for apartheid (No offense, I realise the irony). But you've inspired me Cornfield, gonna pick up a pair of the checkered slip ons. I've always dug those, definitely classic.
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    ^^Sweet! I may have to at some point and be proud of my clown feet!

    DJ, any luck with the 'copter?

    Scored two digital cameras today at an estate sale for $5. They were marked at $14 each with half off today and I was gonna gamble 14 bucks that one had to work. I asked the lady at the checkout if they'd been tested, she didn't know and said I could have them both for $5, score! They seem to be in good working order, just need a cable for the Sony so I can transfer images to my PC. I am very excite! Gonna be posting lots more pics. Both are a third of the size of my old one I called "The Brick".

    Score of the Day-img_0037.jpg

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    Good score/s Korn. Looking forward to some more photo posts.

    My helicopter made its way out of the box the other day [late night] but I think itís dead. Iíll get around to a better inspection soon.
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    Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Nice!
    It's true what you told me about how the quality of the brand/camera is more important than the megapixels. The fourth and fifth pics are from the The Brick with 4.2.
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    Yep. It's all about the quality of the pixels, not so much the quantity of the pixels.

    High quantity is great, if the quality is there, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    It's true what you told me about how the quality of the brand/camera is more important than the megapixels. The fourth and fifth pics are from the The Brick with 4.2.
    Which tells me maybe I should break out my Sony DCS-S85 4.1 megapixel digital. I happened upon it recently after not using it for 10 years or so. I had assumed it wasn't as good of quality as my newer iPhone 6S which is a 12 megapixel camera, maybe not. I barely used it for a year so itís in like new condition. Itís kind of a pain to download because it uses a memory stick. Itís a point and shoot with a 3X zoom. Thereís no way of adapting a better zoom. It has a Carl Zeiss lense which is a very high quality lense though.

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    Yes, Carl Zeiss glass is good stuff.
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    Break it out DJ!

    You owe us a coyote!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Break it out DJ!

    You owe us a coyote!
    With that one youíll probably actually see one.
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    I don't know. Even the best glass can't capture what was there ten seconds ago before the shutter opens.
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    He would've had a camera out and picture taken ten seconds faster than the iPhone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    I don't know. Even the best glass can't capture what was there ten seconds ago before the shutter opens.
    So thatís what happened . . hmm. Mystery solved.

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    He would've had a camera out and picture taken ten seconds faster than the iPhone.
    True dat.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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