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Old 01-29-2008, 10:29 AM
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Here is a thought on building a 1/10th scale truggy for those of you w/ interests. A 1/10th scale truck & an 1/8th scale buggy are about the same width. The 1/8th scale is super durable. It should be fairly easy to get a sheet of cf, shaft drives slipper & motor mount assembly, & a 1/8th scale buggies front & rear ends. You could also take a 2nd sheet of cf & use it to reinforce the chasis.
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Old 01-29-2008, 10:34 AM
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The last thread I remember about 1/10 4wd trucks was titled T44, I think. A guy built a 4wd T4 using a chassis from Academy. Or something like that. I always enjoy looking at the creations people come up with for this type of vehicle. I haven't seen the 1/8 scale parts suggested though. Let's see what you come up with.
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Get a CRT.5 convert to brushless and use traxxas truck wheel and you have a 1/10 truggy that will stay together.
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Old 01-31-2008, 09:37 PM
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I'd like to see Ofna (well whoever makes them) to stretch the chassis and longer arms to make it a true 1/10, Could still make the .5 for bashers and the new .5 class
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...thought you might have a laugh at my wanna be 10th scale truggy. It's a rustler w/ a losi 8ight-T wing (funny part is that it actually helps). lol... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8qAuNDmuyE
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Here's two 1/10 4wd gas Trucks, and I'm sure if you wanted to convert to BL/Lp, it would not be to hard.

http://www.hotbodiesonline.net/kit.p...=66501&lang=en

http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/carsand...ars/31097B.asp










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Originally Posted by crazyjr View Post
I'd like to see Ofna (well whoever makes them) to stretch the chassis and longer arms to make it a true 1/10, Could still make the .5 for bashers and the new .5 class
A CRT.5 with an RCMonster conversion chassis is only about an inch shorter than a T4's wheelbase. With a 10th scale body and T4 wheels all around, you've got a 10th scale truggy.


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You might as well just run an sbv2 w/ truck wheels & body. An 1/8th scale would give you a bullet proof platform & a body that is large enough to shove a pair of 3s 5kmah lipos in there. I'm sure you could run 45 minute mains w/ it & you would never ever have to worry about parts breaking.
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