Type: Posts; User: Zonk
will grab some better pics later. Was just happy to get the body on the truck lol
Done 2 of these slash/Rustler builds using protrac arms and here are the Traxxas # I used for the camber/toe links
Front Camber #3643
Rear Camber #3745 . Have to switch out...
dont blame you at all, makes me feel warm and fuzzy when i watch it lol
good looking job bro !
yes soon...ready to put a few of these in the dirt :)
progress. Have the RPM rear bumper to mount, Proline Bowfighters to glue and a few holes in the body to drill
Is this the one you are talking about ?
Well it happen to also break the kimbrough servo saver... any aluminum upgrades available for that ?
2:45 mark was so much win :)
Was it the LCG chassis ? What did you hit and where did it break ?
Nice, happen to have a extra stocker laying around. Will wait on the RPM arms but gonna get a aluminum bulkhead asap.
that is a sweet pede chassis.
Well done it again :((
Thanks, many more where those came from :)
truck looks great. Mine is coming along and will update once I get a few more parts in. Perfection takes time :wacko:
Wife got me a few other kits since this Slash build started
I have used arms,towers and various RPM suspension parts when i first started into this hobby and can honestly say never broke any of them. Never understood why anyone would suggest using the front...
Yup, why i dont use their arms, towers etc.
I bought 2 of them last year for the simple reason they offered adjustable toe but have since went to protrak arms. Have one of those composite HR...
ran good with the 10/20/7 but changed the center to 30 and it got better.
Finally got to run the Rustler while on a trip to Tn. Got to run two packs through it on a outdoor clay track and other than needing different front tire truck ran great. Will post setup tomorrow.
Thanks guys, appreciate it. i cant take credit for the paint but after stumbling across it knew I had to have it.
Here is a couple chassis pics. I like to mock up the electronics and then start...
Started with the body lol
Thanks again Oaks,
Those gladiators look awesome and I bet they will hook up nice in the loose stuff
Tell me more as i am all ears :cool:
Oaks, could you measure the width with the lite wheels ? Those M2 or M3 Gladiators ? I know always a question with me lol