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Old 12-15-2012, 12:23 AM
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Got mine today! Joining in on the fun! I bet this thing has a ton of steering with the narrow fronts!
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Old 12-15-2012, 03:40 AM
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Originally Posted by -WHEELMAN- View Post
Got mine today! Joining in on the fun! I bet this thing has a ton of steering with the narrow fronts!
Actually with my experience it has less steering with the narrow fronts. I switched to soft suburbs all the way around. Wayyy better. I dont care if it takes away from the "realism" look at most rc bodies now.... Yeahhhhhh....
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Old 12-16-2012, 07:24 AM
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Taking my sc10b to its first track day today. I haven't changed anything but put 60wt in the front shocks. I am running on a dirt trioval with no jumps
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Hey SC10B owners,
I'm looking to purchase the stock esc and motor etc... for a roller I'm building for my son for Christmas. If anyone is selling them new(takeoffs) I'm very interested. There was a couple in the for sale but I missed them. BTW these buggies look awesome!
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I had a blast with my scb today. It felt so different than my sct I previously owned. The truck felt much more planted, and just overall better. I love this little thing. Ran the stock system on 2s all day ( I run at a backyard track with a bunch of guys who run brushed set-ups and very mild brushless set-ups)

I did however manage to destroy the front end at the end of the night. I was running my vorza around the track, and it created a very loose top surface. Well here I am running the scb, I came in hot into a turn, the truck didn't stick, and I lost control and slammed in a 4x4 support for his deck. The only damaged part was the front bulkhead. I was very surprised.
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Old 12-16-2012, 05:24 PM
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Awesome buggy, had a blast with it stock (with good servo).

Video of it on the track
http://youtu.be/M-xiJhMB1K4
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Old 12-16-2012, 07:04 PM
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Buggy looks good on the track!....NICE!
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Old 12-19-2012, 06:45 PM
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Everything was going well with mine, Till my friend was driving one of my slash's with rpm parts and metal, And decides he wants too play destruction durby...

Which didn't end well with my sc10b.. Couple rams it took which i told him quit doing it, And when i was coming down the hill i herd scapeing ..

And saw the left wheel tilted and hanging.. So i looked and the bulk head was snapped and the hinge pin support was also broke in half.. And Turn buckle was bent..

But everything is back too normal today, The ST Racing CNC Aluminum Front Bulkhead SC10/T4/B4 came in and with the Team Associated 9665 Hinge Pin Brace with Hinge Pins B4/T4. And i just bent back the turn buckle.


Oh and i think a 3s battery might be a bit too powerful for it lol well for the tires mostly, I had too glue them back too the rim little because they was ballooning like crazy and was making a funny noise. And sometimes it likes too flip on its roof.


Does anyone know when they going too start making rpm parts for it?
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Guess what rpm stands for....PARTS FOR BASHERS. find a new friend
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Originally Posted by lala4fire View Post
Guess what rpm stands for....PARTS FOR BASHERS. find a new friend
Settle down there world class racer.

Most if not all the RPM parts for the sc10 will fit. The front arms fit and the shocks will mount up with a slight mod to the arms (drill a hole in the arm to mount the shock).
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Added lights to mine tonight. Used the axial light buckets, and the axial light controller with 6 LEDs (2 red, 4 white)





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Buggy looks AWESOME Cinnabun!!!!
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Originally Posted by Cinnabun View Post
Added lights to mine tonight. Used the axial light buckets, and the axial light controller with 6 LEDs (2 red, 4 white)





Nicely done. I plan to try something similar to mine that is currently under the Christmas tree.
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Thanks guys. I'm still undecided about the front lights. I think 4 is too much, at least all 4 on the bumper. I may do some moving around or cut off 2 of the LEDs.
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Originally Posted by mdutcher View Post
Nicely done. I plan to try something similar to mine that is currently under the Christmas tree.
Guess what's on the shelf @ Fastlane calling my name? Must resist...getting weak.
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