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Old 01-14-2017, 09:46 AM
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A single thread to post all my CC01 exploits.

Pajero:


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2.2


Brushless/Drift (painted, but never took any pics)


and Amigo


plus another 2-3 chassis in various stages....some robbed of parts, some just in pieces. I've had at least 10 of these since the XC chassis debut, and they are so much fun to mess with simply cause they are so much different from what's out there.
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(Catching up - currently working on the Amigo....will document builds as they pop up.)

Got hold of a Tamiya Izuzu Amigo body in a trade that was a little worse for wear. I figured since it was already beat, it would be a fine body to take out on the woods and trail worry free!

I was debating some sort of solid axle rig, but in the end it was right at home on a CC01 chassis. I had one here I was messing with converting over to an HPI suspension, and after some wheelbase adjustments, it dropped right on. May not be my most modified CC chassis, but it's close.


It had a 3:1 reduction and Tamiya Xacto mini motor ready to go - best combo out there for a trail ready CC chassis. I also used some lead fishing wire to line the chassis rails to add some weight down low.


Rear suspension is some modified Wraith brackets to angle the shocks for a bit more travel.


Front is the HPI converted IFS of course.


A look at the bottom. Junfac sliders and some others odds and ends


The body was missing the rear section, so I added some cross bars and mesh to fill it in. A modified Dingo interior is also velcro'd in.


The PO of this body used a lighter apparently to melt and flare out the wheel wells. They were (are) a wavy mess on all for corners...I started sanding down to get them close, and eventually I'll fill a bit so they are somewhat straight. The orange paint has to go, so there's a lot of bodywork in the future for this truck.


Painted the details on the grill and removed the front bumper as it was cracked and ugly. Now has a much more appropriate off road front end!


Been working on this in between my CR01 1.9 build...more to come!
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Really nice! I should also make a thread about my CC01's as well. You're truly right about how fun they are!
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Amigo out for a test run...



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Make it six ways....building another out of spares. Work in progress.




and finally finishing the 2.2...
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These trucks are a hoot but I can't keep my gears from skipping
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Swap the stock gear cover screws with threaded screws.

If it still skips, drill them out completely, get longer bolts, and nut them from the bottom.

If it's been skipping for a while, you might need new gears.

Mine are drilled/nutted and they can handle 2.2's as long as I'm not crazy with the power and throttle.
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Nice good to know, I haven't driven it too much and it's just an open front diff scale trail rig
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Finished!





A few flew shots of course..



Can't wait to get it out on the trail!!
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Hey, Neospirit! Your CC-01s are some sweet builds.

Do you think one would be any good for a person looking to get into scaling for the first time?
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This is OSRC's build. I don't have the skills. CC01 is a great little truck to start out, but what you see here is not close to stock. It looks very scale, but not that capable without mods. I got one for my daughter a while back.


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Finished!





A few flew shots of course..



Can't wait to get it out on the trail!!
Wow this thing is just bad ass. Nice job on it.
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Finished!





A few flew shots of course..



Can't wait to get it out on the trail!!
That is a seriously nice build. Are you gonna film it running??? Do have a build thread on this rig somewhere??
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Thank you - build thread is over on URC and RCC: Tamiya FJ Beast Mode - RCCrawler

I might, I don't usually do video....difficult to film and drive at the same time. If I do, I'll post it up.
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Got all 6 out for a group shot..

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