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Old 02-12-2011, 08:51 PM   #61
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that thing would look sweet with a hilux hood/front fenders on it, going windsheildless

but to be honest im curious to see what kind of new goodies the axles have instore for us...
a narrow axial?....
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Old 02-12-2011, 08:53 PM   #62
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I would be lying if I said I didn't like it.
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:04 PM   #63
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I want! Dose RPP have it on sale yet?!?! lol

Sits kinda high, Shorter shocks? drop the right hight a bit or strech the links Looks good, id buy it for sure since i cant get my own tube work done.

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Old 02-12-2011, 09:04 PM   #64
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As stated its King Blings maybe he will make the kit to be sold through CKRC.
The first pic is NOT King Bling's. the Second pic is his.
I remember seeing the pics of the Bling's in XRCars magazine a few years back. Im sure I have the issue if i dig out the box of magazines.
It's obvious that Axial may be offering this truck because as you can tell by the pics that the entire truck is the full molded plastic tuber. I have a good feeling about this and in all honesty being a guy that builds his own trucks, I would love to own it as is provided it comes with a nice motor, ESC and Radio. it looks like Axial is delving into 2.4 and castle products, so who knows. fit this with a spektrum or Futaba package and there will be an onslaught of KOH madness going on..

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Old 02-12-2011, 09:10 PM   #65
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I am with norm. It is a plastic tuber as all the screws are holding it together. Plus those are axials new 2.2 tires this may finally be the storm they were talking about.
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ditto i was going to post the same stuff about being plastic! looks exactly like the honcho cages. axial is doing well bringing all aspects of the crawling hobby to EVERYONE
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:20 PM   #67
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I like it maybe I should hold off on getting a Honcho kit and wait to see if they release a kit version of this
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:36 PM   #68
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Well my Guess is the RCX show will be the presentation.
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:42 PM   #69
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that thing would look sweet with a hilux hood/front fenders on it, going windsheildless

but to be honest im curious to see what kind of new goodies the axles have instore for us...
a narrow axial?....
With a 5.5 tall tire I would want a WIDER axle. Then it is still great for comp axles. Less scrub, we can use our other conp rig wheels then too.
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Well my Guess is the RCX show will be the presentation.
That would be cool

Hmmmmm.... maybe the spec class star for the '11 Scale Nationals? That would be really cool.
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:44 PM   #71
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That is so freaking awesome. I cant want to spend more money.
I have a feeling team3six will be shutting the doors down too. So much for my scale seat kits!
i wouldnt worry about that you cant beat quality with quantity
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:49 PM   #72
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That would be great, been considering doing a 2.2
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Old 02-13-2011, 09:25 AM   #73
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Either way it looks like one hell of a kit or RTC. Hopefully some one from Axial will chime in to tell us a little more about this.
  • Super realistic interior
  • Low profile transmission
  • Offset axles
  • Moulded tube frame

I guess we owe a gift of thanks to King Bling for releasing the design and allowing axial to produce such a car(If infact they have done such a thing).........









........Oh and making a tonne of cash off it....

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Old 02-13-2011, 09:56 AM   #74
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ya thats bad ass,

I want one of those
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With a 5.5 tall tire I would want a WIDER axle. Then it is still great for comp axles. Less scrub, we can use our other conp rig wheels then too.
Wider axles and comp offset wheels are great if your building a TTC style rig.

Personally I'd love to see a narrower axle that fits better under the majority of the available scale bodies.

Until it's available, who knows for sure? I'm seeing this new Axial as the spark that ignites a TTC/Rock Racing revolution.
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With a 5.5 tall tire I would want a WIDER axle. Then it is still great for comp axles. Less scrub, we can use our other conp rig wheels then too.
well i know your an insider so you probly are trying to tell us something here underyour breath.

but i hope your wrong. axial would be dumb to release a wider shafty scale axle. i dont think ive ever seen anyone on the forums ask for that.....


then again you know people would still buy them being the latest and all. they would still make a killing im sure.
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The first pic is NOT King Bling's. the Second pic is his.
I remember seeing the pics of the Bling's in XRCars magazine a few years back. Im sure I have the issue if i dig out the box of magazines.
It's obvious that Axial may be offering this truck because as you can tell by the pics that the entire truck is the full molded plastic tuber. I have a good feeling about this and in all honesty being a guy that builds his own trucks, I would love to own it as is provided it comes with a nice motor, ESC and Radio. it looks like Axial is delving into 2.4 and castle products, so who knows. fit this with a spektrum or Futaba package and there will be an onslaught of KOH madness going on..

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Yes it is did not want to burst anybodys bubble i would be first in like to purchase this machine from axial such a nice looking ride.
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Wider axles and comp offset wheels are great if your building a TTC style rig.

Personally I'd love to see a narrower axle that fits better under the majority of the available scale bodies.

Until it's available, who knows for sure? I'm seeing this new Axial as the spark that ignites a TTC/Rock Racing revolution.
Generis's axle cases will allow the scale builder to make a narrow version oif the axle, or an offset pumkin of the axle, they are in the final stages of design before test production begins.

But for this KOH style of truck. I would say the axles are perfect for the build, if in fact this is what they are planning on releasing. it costs a ton of money to mold out them frame rails.

I honestly cant see Axial making a whole new line of axle's for scale though, considering that it is their highest selling axle on the market, it serves a purpose and serves it well, and just about everyone in the market makes an upgrade for it.

I was just looking at the pictures and though the front looks like it has an offset mounted shaft. the rear has the pinion shaft viable un-connected to any shaft and appears to be a center pumpkin.
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Old 02-13-2011, 11:08 AM   #79
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would be kinda cool if they offered different axle housings, and was able to use their stock bolt on stuff. offer a punken offset to one side with the axle stubs. then if you wanted turn the axle up side down to have the punken on the other side ( kinda like you would do a mad/force axle). then would be able to use the cases any way you wanted, and use thier exsiting parts to bolt on to them. about the only thing would to have axle shafts. if they were going all out on a bad ass looking cage desgin, think they could offer something alittle different but kinda the same, but thats just me
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Old 02-13-2011, 12:03 PM   #80
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I've been wanting a honcho. now I only want this. i love KOH trucks.

im half tempted to gut my comp crawler the build one. now I might wait it out.
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