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Old 06-10-2018, 10:10 PM   #1
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I figured itís about time that I create a build thread for my b1b bomber.... although itís not much of a build thread seeing how itís already built.

Anyways itís got a pretty extensive parts list which started with a built bomber transmission but I didnít like how it ran with that so after a wile I replaced the skid plate with one for an scx10 transmission.

The transmission itself is fully built, vp case, ssd gears with Robinson racing gears and gen3 slipper, incision outputs and a supershafty motor plate. Itís got the standard gen3 slipper with a 16t pinion.

The original donner begin life as a yeti kit which was built with nearly all of the vanquish parts available. Itís got the full vp steering treatment. Outback itís got a built ssd black diamond axle with ssd trailing arms and vp uppers and a vp sway bar.

The shocks are tlr 22sct front shocks and yeti kit rears with 35wt oil all around. Other than that itís got ssd wheels with voodoo u4 tires and ci foams.

Electronics are a hitec 7954 servo, mamba x with a 1415 2400kv motor and airtronics rx






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Old 06-11-2018, 12:02 AM   #2
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I like it.
What did you use for the panels?

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Old 06-11-2018, 11:15 AM   #3
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Those are Barndog’s panels. I have the same and they are great quality, fit and finish.
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Those are Barndogís panels. I have the same and they are great quality, fit and finish.
Cheers, seen lots of praise for those.

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Those are Barndogís panels. I have the same and they are great quality, fit and finish.

Yep your right. The barndog panels are great all around and for an extremely reasonable price


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Old 06-12-2018, 07:19 AM   #6
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Man, it seems like not that long ago I was waiting on my B1B #4 kit to be delivered, now #58 is out in the wild.

Looks like it is off to a good start, can't wait to see more.

I had problems with finding 12mm bore shock springs (Associated shocks on my B1B, similar size to your TLR shocks) heavy enough to hold up the front end and it looks like from the pic you are having the same problem. The answer for me was Durango white series 65mm buggy rear springs, they were the only company that made a stiff enough spring in the right size (part # TD330460).
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:23 PM   #7
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Man, it seems like not that long ago I was waiting on my B1B #4 kit to be delivered, now #58 is out in the wild.

Looks like it is off to a good start, can't wait to see more.

I had problems with finding 12mm bore shock springs (Associated shocks on my B1B, similar size to your TLR shocks) heavy enough to hold up the front end and it looks like from the pic you are having the same problem. The answer for me was Durango white series 65mm buggy rear springs, they were the only company that made a stiff enough spring in the right size (part # TD330460).
I used the Proline Slash shocks on the front. They worked really well. I had the XL powerstrokes on the rear. Far better than stock Bomber shocks.
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:52 PM   #8
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I used the Proline Slash shocks on the front. They worked really well. I had the XL powerstrokes on the rear. Far better than stock Bomber shocks.

Are you running the stock powerstroke springs up front?

Iím currently running stock yeti kit rear shocks with yellow springs


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Are you running the stock powerstroke springs up front?

Iím currently running stock yeti kit rear shocks with yellow springs


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I was. I ended up selling the B1B tho. I regret it...
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Old 06-14-2018, 07:16 AM   #10
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But from my experience with a Bomber and a Yeti, Axial shocks suck. They are leak-o-matics. The Proline XL shocks fit beautifully in the B1B. I removed the springs from the Axial rear Bomber shocks and used them as a second set to give it a little more look. Overall, I was very happy with the suspension. It definitely needs a rear sway bar though!!!
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Old 06-14-2018, 01:26 PM   #11
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those Voodoo U4 tires are beauties.
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those Voodoo U4 tires are beauties.

Yes they are. Iím debating on getting another set for a wraith based u4 style rig that Iím having the cage built


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Old 06-15-2018, 02:18 PM   #13
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Yes they are. Iím debating on getting another set for a wraith based u4 style rig that Iím having the cage built


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I wanted them for my Bomber but had to buy Pitbull Growlers, because they were out of stock EVERYWHERE.
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Old 06-16-2018, 07:37 PM   #14
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I wanted them for my Bomber but had to buy Pitbull Growlers, because they were out of stock EVERYWHERE.

I picked up a set of rear powertroke shocks for this, and I ordered a set of the xt versions for the rear from my lhs. I will either pick up the universal mounting kit from my lhs or order it online


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Old 08-22-2018, 10:25 PM   #15
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After over 2 months of waiting for the power stroke CTís to come in I finally stumbled across a set in the display case at the lhs, so I picked them up and the mounting kit. So this will finally have its new shocks soon!


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