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Old 12-26-2010, 07:40 PM   #1
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Finally went Moa and got a Berg, my Dad and I have been building it all week, wanted to wait till after my first comp with it to post up the build thread. It turned out good. Any and all advice or comments are welcome. I could sure use some tips. Thank you.


Here are the parts on it:
.berg axles
.BJ V4 chassis
.homemade upper links
.T1E rearlinks/revo rod ends
.Nova high clearance front link/revo rod ends
.FXR w/cc BEC 7.v
.Ko Propo Tx-Rx
.Hitec 7950th
.Punk dig
.JP warrior 35's
.RCI steering kit
. JP rear lockouts
. VP high clearance zero Ack knuckles
.VP DH front
.VP SLW v4 rear
.Sedonas
.super 300's (coming soon)

here's what i started with


here's when i got the chassis together




here's a picture with the axles and chassis not put together


here's with the links, shocks, axles, and chassis put together with no electronics




here's the weight with no electronics


here it is with everything except panels


and finally the panels

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Old 12-26-2010, 07:49 PM   #2
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Man that chassis is super sexy I know you want to trade me for my MOA Fastback. lol
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Man that chassis is super sexy I know you want to trade me for my MOA Fastback. lol
it sure is, and haha your funny
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Very nice Tyler.
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Very Nice
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Old 12-28-2010, 07:06 AM   #6
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Nice rig! Good job beating your dad on sunday.
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Old 12-28-2010, 07:12 AM   #7
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Man that chassis is super sexy I know you want to trade me for my MOA Fastback. lol
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The rig looks great Tyler! One you get used to it we will have to start worrying about you as a weekly podium threat you had some of the best driving I have seen from you on Sunday, now make that juice work driver

Try laying the rear shocks down a hole or two and see what it does for you.
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Old 12-28-2010, 07:47 AM   #8
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Nice looking truck, those 5spoke wheels w/ the holes have really been on a lot of rigs down there in Florida, those little ****s. At least they have good taste

You only gotta resect your elders outside of competition, when its time to compete, beat on them mercilessly!
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those 5spoke wheels w/ the holes have really been on a lot of rigs down there in Florida, those little ****s. At least they have good taste
The wheelworks? Bill bought them and ran them most of 2010, loaned them to me while my DH's were being worked on, then Tyler used them for mockup. They are nice wheels. And I've been called worse by better boss
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The wheelworks? Bill bought them and ran them most of 2010, loaned them to me while my DH's were being worked on, then Tyler used them for mockup. They are nice wheels. And I've been called worse by better boss
Yeah the wheelworks M887's, i really like them. They are like my ex, they get aroundIm keeping rovers mounted up on them, with kinda firm foams for a different feel.
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Old 12-28-2010, 10:56 AM   #11
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Nice chassis choice....ive just bought one for my berg build....just hate waiting for them to swim over the pond ....them T1E rear links look real well.
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The rig looks great Tyler! One you get used to it we will have to start worrying about you as a weekly podium threat you had some of the best driving I have seen from you on Sunday, now make that juice work driver

Try laying the rear shocks down a hole or two and see what it does for you.
Thanks DickyT, im really gunna work hard to be a better driver, need to get another win under my belt , but for now im just going to practice.
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Thanks DickyT, im really gunna work hard to be a better driver, need to get another win under my belt , but for now im just going to practice.
Hey also, what does lowering my shock do for me? I lowered it but i dont feel any difference
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Hey also, what does lowering my shock do for me? I lowered it but i dont feel any difference
Have you taken it out on the rocks or are you hand cycling it and couch driving? Layed down more they will respond faster, lowers the center if gravity a hair, and helps fight the rear end wanting to drive under the rig, the latter is most noticeable in rear dig.
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Have you taken it out on the rocks or are you hand cycling it and couch driving? Layed down more they will respond faster, lowers the center if gravity a hair, and helps fight the rear end wanting to drive under the rig, the latter is most noticeable in rear dig.
Just couch driving it. When we go to miramar thursday i guess ill probably be able to see more of a difference.
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Just couch driving it. When we go to miramar thursday i guess ill probably be able to see more of a difference.
We will leave miramar with that thing dialed. I am leaving my rig at home, but bringing my batteries and tools. We will just tune yours. Bring wheel weights. What weight oil are you running?
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nice rig tyler, did a great job on it, even though your dad help you out.
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We will leave miramar with that thing dialed. I am leaving my rig at home, but bringing my batteries and tools. We will just tune yours. Bring wheel weights. What weight oil are you running?
Ok, and I am running 30 weight
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nice rig tyler, did a great job on it, even though your dad help you out.
Thanks john, and yea my dad may have done a lot of work on it, but im still gunna be the one to beat you with it
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finally got my super 300's
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