[IMG][IMG]http://i1145.photobucket.com/albums/o518/davi3260/2012-03-20_17-06-51_755.jpg[/IMG][/IMG] my merv has topped over 50mph with a two cell!
here's mine it's awesome
New JConcepts body.
[B][SIZE=3]I took my Revo and converted it to what the Mini Digger should have been sold as!
I installed the Digger body, wheels, tires, and front/rear bumpers.
Upgrades added were the new Traxxas differential locks, RED led's from the 1/10 Digger, red steering rods, toe links, wheelie bar, motor heatsink, RPM arms, and a TBR front skidplate[/SIZE][/B]
Looks great nvr2old
Ok you guys need some motivation..... stampede driven by a merv driver
Picked this up this morning after getting my new job...thought I would treat myself =P fresh outta the box and after first bash
Bling Bling ! :D
New wheels/street tires
[QUOTE=all aluminum;4968186]I sold my first MERV (posted on page1) but picked up another two years later...
MMP switch mod with castle link connection:
[URL="http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?8930491-My-NEU-MERV-build"]My NEU BUILD THREAD[/URL][/QUOTE]
Man I want those rims and tires where did you get them and did you have to do anything special to make them go on?
Her`s my Mini Erevo
I also have picture of my mini summitt 1/16 and Ken block 1/16 at the Traxxas forums
this is my boy.
Note: traxxas wheelie bar can fix Summit body niceley
My MERV Took it apart yesterday for first time (wewh) Now it's time for some serious overhaul!:wacko:
Chasis Redo (Dye & Fry)
Other Angle (Chameleon)
New slipstream finally mounted & tire/wheels too
Nice action shot! looks good!
A Work in progress! MERV 5.0 Chameleon Edition
[IMG]http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh100/RedClayLac/frame2.jpg[/IMG] Fried and Died
540 installed and tested woo hoo what a blast! Using sedan tires until the beetle body comes in. Wanna keep it on all fours for as long the lower profile body is on. It offers no protection.
Oh and those sedan tires were new & [U]had[/U] a tread pattern. lol That's about 40 min of run time, so ya know it was good run time! :)
No batts installed in the ride height photo, the back lowers a little bit and the front stays the same with batts installed.
Running it with a broken chassis! The from part of the chassis broke along with the front bulkhead sometime ago. Have since replaced the bulkhead and learned that the front part if the chassis that covers the differential doesn't strengthen the front end, but seems to merely be a cover & mounting place for the front bumper.
Where the chassis broke off there still is some chassis covering the "arms" of the front differential. I guess those "arms" along with the shocks/dampers provide the strength up front.
After a number of cart wheels, included a rather acrobatic one that broke the stock server, still the front bulkhead + broken front chassis have held up.
[QUOTE=korn0307;5164746]Ahhhhh i dont like the bug bodys! lol[/QUOTE] but it's soo sexy lol
did the BB stuff today !!!
Let's go for a ride!!!
Found out a bearing was bad also before a trip to the LHS to pick up the RPM carrier. The real car passed inspection without too much pain so the wifey let me get some foam donuts. NOW she holds a strait line on pavement NO problem.
Took my MERV out for some muddin' and backflippin' on the tank trails at Ft. Stewart, GA :thumbup:
Chasing her tail.
I know, lame, but I have to learn how to use my camera and edit the video. 3 hour hours of finding the right software combination, sheesh.
Jumping & crashing the Merv.
I know these are really bad quality, but I'm posting them anyway. Hoping to start a conversion to a MERV with one of them soon -- will start a new thread for that!
Trying to work in the woodland track a bit....
I know it looks huge but it's not that heavy and it has great video, and is waterproof. This is now my vid basher body, I'm gonna try out the proline SVT Raptor for everything else. Vids to come and just FYI it doesn't come off unless I unscrew it, and the little weight that's there provides good traction nonetheless!;)