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Old 11-20-2009, 09:23 AM   #1
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Default ~53 Willys 2010 Comp Rig Build~ RC4WD MOA Worminator Build~

specs will be as follows....
RC4WD MOA Worminator comp axles
Fubar Skooter Based Home built Delrin Chassis
SS 1/4 lowers
Ti 1/4 uppers
Home brew BTA Steering links
HPI Shocks 3.5 front/4.0 rear
35T Banzai Motors
Dual FXR's
CC BEC @ 6.4V
Hitec 7955TG
4PK
Mayhem Light UCW ALUM Front
Mayhem Light UCW Delrin Rear
Panther Leopards~HB rovers~RC4WD X-locks


I have had my eye on these since the first proto cad drawings....
I finally picked up a set and I'm gonna use them for my 2010 comp rig.
First thing i noticed is these babies are SUPER LIGHT!!!!!!

Front MOA worm is 2.3oz's LIGHTER then the new billet CNC bully axles!!



and the rear is 1.9 oz's lighter then the billet bully!


I will get some axle apart pics later today....I'm pumped to get these on the rocks!!!!

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Old 11-20-2009, 09:29 AM   #2
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Im looking forward to seeing this come together!!!!
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Old 11-20-2009, 09:38 AM   #3
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Can't wait to see this one..
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Old 11-20-2009, 10:40 AM   #4
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Nice. I have been waiting to see a build with these axles.
I'll be watching this one.
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Old 11-20-2009, 10:43 AM   #5
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Old 11-20-2009, 05:31 PM   #6
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i think your math is a little off...
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Old 11-20-2009, 05:44 PM   #7
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How light are those Delrin Mayhems??
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Old 11-20-2009, 05:54 PM   #8
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i think your math is a little off...
your right...I just glanced....this better..?

2.3oz lighter then a billet bully front
1.9oz lighter then Billet Bully rear
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Old 11-20-2009, 06:25 PM   #9
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I difinantly wanna see thoughs axles after you crack'm open! Looks to be tougher than a Losi MOA set up, but I'm curious to see the component structure of the shafts/CVD's etc. should be cool though. Do you think the motor configuration be more bennificial on thoughs than the Bully's?
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I'm glad you got a set of these Mark. I can't wait to see how they perform. The center clearance should be awesome!
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How on earth do you mount upper links?
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Old 11-20-2009, 06:46 PM   #12
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I'm glad you got a set of these Mark. I can't wait to see how they perform. The center clearance should be awesome!

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I looked at them a few days ago but wasnt sure if they would hold up to comp abuse. Cant wait to see how they do.
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How on earth do you mount upper links?

http://www.rc4wdstore.com/2/product_...roducts_id=833
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But there is a motor where that servo and link "holder" is......


I really want to see how this turns out, It should be a killer on the courses.
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This is going to be interesting, i hooked..
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But there is a motor where that servo and link "holder" is......

True...didnt even notice that.

I am sure he has it planned out though.
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sorry guys I'm at work tonight so I am only checking in on my phone...

the upper links mount on the sides of the worm box's....there are two adjustable link holes

better pics and replys later...I got the pics of the guts.but I will have to post them in the am.
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I difinantly wanna see thoughs axles after you crack'm open! Looks to be tougher than a Losi MOA set up, but I'm curious to see the component structure of the shafts/CVD's etc. should be cool though. Do you think the motor configuration be more bennificial on thoughs than the Bully's?
I'm not sure how they will compare to the bully axles....I REALLY love my bullys axles and this may be hard to get used to...but I'm also really excited to have the rig lock up on a hill......I'm hoping the instant brake the worm gears give will make for some very precise climbing digs.....you guys who have had your rig roll back on a big climb while trying to dig will know what i'm talking about

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I'm glad you got a set of these Mark. I can't wait to see how they perform. The center clearance should be awesome!
Thanks Zach i'm pumped to get this on the rocks for sure!!

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How on earth do you mount upper links?
there are two holes on the sides of the worm boxes...but i'm gonna be doing something different...

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This is going to be interesting, i hooked..
thanks John....I need to send my homebrew version of the skooter chassis to you and have you cut me one from the Fubar lab!...mine kinda looks like a 6 year old cut it out..haha
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Old 11-21-2009, 09:22 AM   #19
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ok I opened them up....axle's are EASY to get to and should be easy to maintain.


the pics were not looking very good so I made a REALLY low budget and low quality light box...gonna make a new one that works next time..
anyway you get the idea..
here is the front and rear cvd's the smaller blue is the rear worm and the bigger is front worm..the red axle is a bully v2 or 3



axle shafts..


worm gear and support bearing




motor mount system..






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those are sleek.

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