Hello guys! I have a Rustler that I got last Christmas, and a good local track, some time, and inspiration. The inspiration was for me to not get laughed at and cussed at for having a Rustler on the track, and the Ultimate Rustler. Here is the revised edition of the LXXR/Project 70 (70 because of the speed potential). First of all, the truck is HEAVY. Nearly 4 lbs.! Dremel, check. Black replacement chassis, check. CHARGE!!! Damage of the thing wasn't too excessive.... Holy Traxxas! lightened the truck about 5 oz. Great so far! Front suspension: I used the stock shocks, with AE 45wt oil, and Traxxas red springs, an SRT fiberglass shock tower, Traxxas adjustable chamber links, Nitro Rustler spindles, kingpins (also for the caster block pins) and 25° kick up blocks, with Lightweight dished wheels. Cool! The body mounts are from a mini E-Revo, bent up in the center. All this contributes to less rolling resistance (noticeable), smoother suspension, and good looks. Rear Suspension: The shocks are inverted Traxxas fronts, a trimmed down tower, MERV body mounts, Traxxas aluminum rear hub carriers, genuine SRT arms, dished wheels (N. rusty), and a trimmed RPM hybrid gearbox.Inversion Excursion Lookin' good! Miscellany: Wat? Aloominum skroos n nuts? Yes. The front two are the stock shell 4x4mm countersinks. They are so light that my .1 min. gram scale couldn't pick up the two. The 3mm nuts are by Racer's Edge. The shell is a Nitro Sport (pink by mistake) shell I had lying around. The servo is stock. Tires are JConcepts Bar Code golds, and the fronts are Panther Switches. Pics! Cool side shot! I wonder why I'm called the Pink Panther... Side stripes! Phase II sneak peak: New shell (Proline Bulldog 22t), aluminum hardware, and assorted carbon fiber partseseseses.