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TOPIC: 1/8 Twin Crawler + Integy Traxxas Rustler

1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32196

Jonny Retro wrote: Any plans for a body yet?


Yeah I have 2 options I'm looking at, I have opened a poll on them for the forum to decide :)

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)

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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32202

Right then finished up the wheels :) Etched primed then mid grey topcoat :woohoo: very happy with how they look & with the build overall ;)






Just a pic with the Striker for a size comparison :ohmy: :laugh:

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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32220

So I've removed the cheap stickers and mounted the Red truck body and There are plenty of details to paint which will just add to the look B) I ordered the 2nd servo kit for the twin steer setup and some new axle bash guards ;)


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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32221

:P yeahhhhhh Andy,
Tip top and very agressive body. I love it!
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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32231

Sorted out the steering linkages tonight :) Because the PO had made the tube frame and added aftermarket alloy linkage ends, some of the original ends seem to have been lost :( after reassembling the chassis links I only had to others left (and would need 8 or a least 4 for the main tie rod):pinch: luckily I managed to find 2 more of the same length for the main tie rod and have custom made the 2 servo links B) Also I've won a 4ch Transmitter & receiver so I can independently control both steering servos :cheer: Just waiting for them and the other parts to arrive and we'll be ready to roll :y: Plus I put the f/r bumpers back together but no point fitting till the new axle covers arrive :blink: ;)




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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32304

Well then, a little bit of paintwork while I wait for parts to arrive ;) I decided to give it an urban camo look just for fun, heavy on the back and side trims but light on the front. The front has some nice details I will do, like the intercooler and lights plus the grill :) I will also do the handles on the doors and tailgate :y:

I'm not sure if I should stop there or add a number to the doors :huh: what do you all think?





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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32368

If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)
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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32369

:woohoo: Terrible your multi sterring system :y: :y: :y: very impressive.
And the urban camo is very fun. You're right with the numbers because with the camo the upper part looks empty.
Can you do a zoom of the camo please? :P ( just to copy it on a car maybe the f350 body I stocked)
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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32370

Urban camo? Only if it's parked next to something blue & black that's been dive bombed repeatedly by a flock of pidgeons. :sick:

No sir, I didn't like it.

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1/8 Twin Motor Crawler 5 years 3 months ago #32371

:laugh:

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