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Old 05-15-2019, 11:11 AM   #1
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More details to follow. Basics:

Mamba X with castle 3800 kv (May go portals but itís too fast with a 15T pinion)

Good old cheap Chinese 25kg servo.

Tamiya orange painted on the interior with exterior painted with flat.

Same flat treatment for the back half

Hand painted driver with the head of Nathan Drake, the UnCharted character.

Lockedup RC wheels with .225 SLW hubs (minor rubbing).

Ottsix KLRs, full size 1.9.

Lots of leds from a Chinese led set.

More scale goodies to come and true action shots. It did look good in the dining room though.

Drove it immediately after this and it rolled once, ripping off the snorkel. Horizon was kind enough to send me a replacement for free! Nice customer service!! So when you build these you need to put some backing on the interior of cab since the tiny screws will pull out.

Itís supposed to rain this weekend so Iíll have some action shots soon.

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Old 05-15-2019, 11:27 AM   #2
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The truck looks great and the flat paint really makes a difference. Those fuel tanks look 1000X better than any of the stock Axial pictures.

I really need to get one of these bodies.
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Old 05-16-2019, 04:48 AM   #3
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MOG looks great! Nice color choice with the flat finish.

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A few around the backyard. I had to shim the rear diff because it was skipping and the mpg instructions wanted a short rear female driveshaft. A lot of the center piece was hanging out to I modified to use the longer female rear piece and then cut off a few millimeters to give it greater coverage and strength.

Also the snorkel got ripped of after my first run. Horizon was kind enough to send another one to me. NOTE TO ALL I used a flexible piece of plastic and drilled holes in it so that the snorkel is secured through force applied throughout the A pillar instead of 2 small screws. Much stronger set up and it will save your body from damage.

A few shots from a run through some dirt. This weekend I hope to take to some property and run through some mud. Iíve got an SR5 that has proline everything I want to photograph and send into Proline to see if they will give me props.

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Old Yesterday, 11:07 AM   #5
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Nice job!
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