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Old 11-21-2017, 11:22 PM   #1
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Thought i would share 2 recent build. I started a thread on rc10talk about one of them. They are basically drift chassis with the motor upfront and stripped out of unnecessary aluminum and with standard touring car front arms. The diff has been swapped and sway bar install in the rear of it and new steering installed on them. Here is the most recent photo of the tt02 frd without the sway bar.
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Cool!! How does it handle?
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Cool!! How does it handle?
If you get the front and rear weight distribution right it actually handle similar to rc f1.
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Awesome, you've made a post! This should inspire more people.
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Thought i would share 2 recent build. I started a thread on rc10talk about one of them. They are basically drift chassis with the motor upfront and stripped out of unnecessary aluminum and with standard touring car front arms. The diff has been swapped and sway bar install in the rear of it and new steering installed on them. Here is the most recent photo of the tt02 frd without the sway bar.
I just looked at RC10talk.. so that's the story on the outrunner powered FWD car I saw....
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I just looked at RC10talk.. so that's the story on the outrunner powered FWD car I saw....
I am a big fan of outrunner i try them on most surface vehicles from crawler, motorcycle to kyosho blizzard these two are rwd. If you want to see a fwd car power by a outrunner here is an old setup i had on my yokomo for another challenge(post #454). Here is the most recent photo of both of them.

I plan to test a new power setup on the yokomo a 10.5t motor and an old lrp esc i am just waiting on new longer motor wire to install it. Also bought a micro size servo normally used on heli to see if it has enough power to be a steering servo.

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