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Old 03-03-2021, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default Panda Hobby X2T - making it more scale like a real Dodge Power Ram!

Hello there!

I recently got the Panda Hobby X2T as it has many qualities (chassis, shocks, stock wheels etc) but it has also several flaws.

Many rightfully pointed to the ESC/receiver combo that doesn't deliver good modulation (torque and low speed). But to me, the body itself really looks too toy-ish for my liking. However, there isn't much to do to make it look more scale.

First thing I did was to remove that ugly lightbar (personal opinion!), then work on the shiny plastic to weather it as well as flattening its plastic look.

I also enjoy adding a wooden rear deck with some accessories.

Here is a video summarising the mods and my first run:

What do you think? And by the way, it is not a Ford Bronco but a Dodge Power Ram!

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