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    My freshly completed Backslash!

    Thought I'd share a few pics of my Backslash 4x4 that I just finished. (for now anyway ) It started out as a brand new plain 4x4 model just 2 weeks ago. I LOVE it so far! It's amazing how different it handles compared to stock.





    Different wheels and bodywork





    Different wheels and RPM Rustler front bumper



    This was my first attempt and I'm really happy with most of it. What do you think?

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    Nice work!! I like the yellow and blue theme.
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    Did you dye or paint the rims, they look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jathomas3 View Post
    Nice work!! I like the yellow and blue theme.
    Thanks! I think I like that one better also

    Quote Originally Posted by Tallguy905 View Post
    Did you dye or paint the rims, they look good.
    I dyed them with Rit dye. They all started out white

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    Strong work! Mine should be done by next weekend. My wife bought me a motor and batteries for my birthday but is refusing to give them to me early.

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    which bodies from proline or you guys using to convert these over to buggies ? and wing kits ?
    Last edited by LaBayouBasher; 02-20-2011 at 12:43 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaBayouBasher View Post
    which bodies from proline or you guys using to convert these over to buggies ? and wing kits ?
    The black and red body is a Proline for a Kyosho 777. The yellow one is a Parma X-citer. I used an HPI hellfire wing mount and Proline High Downforce wing(s). Any 1/8 buggy wing should work and I think I'm going to try an E-Revo wing mount on my next one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerocrash View Post
    The black and red body is a Proline for a Kyosho 777. The yellow one is a Parma X-citer. I used an HPI hellfire wing mount and Proline High Downforce wing(s). Any 1/8 buggy wing should work and I think I'm going to try an E-Revo wing mount on my next one
    Man awesome backslash!
    I like the yellow one. You mined telling me what kind of Parma Xciter shell is that?
    Thanks

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    Awesome looking Backslash/s.
    I really love the way mine handles in backslash form. It hugs the ground and rarely flips over, plus,,, the inside of the chassis stays clean with the tight bodywork.
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    are you running 1:8 buggy tires, what gearing are you using?
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    Looks great! awesome workmanship. But if you wanted A buggy why did you buy slash? It is definately A head turner!!!

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    looks great. I can't wait to build my backslash!
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    What did you use for the back bumper? Buy or cut the old one?

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