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Old 02-20-2020, 06:29 PM   #21
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Really cool idea for making that paint work! I picked up one of these last year from OSRC and haven't touched anything suspension wise, he had it really dialed in, it's a really fun trail truck, probably why he misses it. I just need to get off my but and get the new Amigo body painted and mounted.
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Old 02-20-2020, 07:01 PM   #22
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Thanks. The suspension is buttery smooth. This is gonna be fun. It flexes better than my real Toyota.



Ride height should be about here. I canít wait to mount the body and run this thing.




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I think you chose wisely! Looks flipping amazing in that scheme! Nice work!


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I love the paint scheme!
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Old 05-21-2020, 02:14 PM   #25
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...Custom bullet proof drive shaft as well.



I've been away for a bit; whatcha using for that driveshaft, EV?
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Old 05-21-2020, 09:45 PM   #26
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I've been away for a bit; whatcha using for that driveshaft, EV?

Itís two Traxxas Jato drive shafts.


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Old 05-22-2020, 07:55 AM   #27
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Itís two Traxxas Jato drive shafts.
Sweet. Thank you.
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Ok. Shake down run. This thing is really agile. Fun little rig.








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Old 06-07-2020, 09:44 PM   #29
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That looks so clean! I need to find myself one of these bodies now. Great job!
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That motor with a GRU is absolutely perfect for the CC chassis. I was lucky enough to find three. If I ever drive them long enough to wear them out, I'd love to send them to JRH to see if they can be rebuilt...stronger of course.

Always love a CC01 build...

Holmes Hobbies did just release a stubby Magnum which might be a good alternative to the ACTO motor though its not cheap by any means.

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Dang that is so cool! ... and like everyone else, I'm liking that paint scheme.
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Holmes Hobbies did just release a stubby Magnum which might be a good alternative to the ACTO motor though its not cheap by any means.

https://holmeshobbies.com/catalogsea...sult/?q=stubby

It's not short enough though. It's 46mm long, where as an Acto is more like 36mm long. Amazing motor regardless.
The right pick for a CC01 now would probably be one of his Snubnose Revolver motors. Those are extremely short, high torque and fit behind any GRU. With the upcoming quiet ESCs, that outrunner noise wouldn't be a problem either.
It's what I'm planning on running with a 3s LiPo stick pack in an upcoming build anyway. 1800kv with a Micro Sidewinder 2, 3s and a 3:1 GRU from Boom Racing.
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Old 01-15-2022, 08:42 PM   #33
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Changed out the wheels for now as Iím using the other ones for a new project. Hooked up the winch and added a old skool fairlead. This thing has a really great approach angle for a CC01.







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Old 01-16-2022, 03:38 PM   #34
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This part of the body annoys me so I gotta do some body work.


Not perfect but better than it was.




I just ordered some proper 1.55 wheels and tires for this as the 1.9s look way off on this smaller truck.


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Old 01-16-2022, 04:30 PM   #35
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I think 1.55's will look spot on. Nice build man!
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I think 1.55's will look spot on. Nice build man!

Thanks AK. The black 1.9 beadlock wheels I had on prior didnít look too bad because the ring sort of made the diameter looks smaller. But these 1.9s look goofy. Iím excited for the 1.55 look.


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Old 01-16-2022, 08:16 PM   #37
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I’m excited for the 1.55 look.
Honestly, even though it is s larger rig, I think I am going to try a set of 1.55's on my Gen8 AXE with my F150 body. It's just a lexan body, but I am excited to see how looks too. Yours and mine

If you ever wanted to try the Big Wheel look, I know RC4WD makes a Trail Buster that is a 1.9, but only about 4" tall and pretty skinny.

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Honestly, even though it is s larger rig, I think I am going to try a set of 1.55's on my Gen8 AXE with my F150 body. It's just a lexan body, but I am excited to see how looks too. Yours and mine

If you ever wanted to try the Big Wheel look, I know RC4WD makes a Trail Buster that is a 1.9, but only about 4" tall and pretty skinny.

Iíll check it out. Thanks!


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Old 01-17-2022, 08:19 PM   #39
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While waiting for my new wheels and tires to arrive I decided to add some lights.







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No more unsightly 1.9s




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