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Old 04-06-2010, 08:18 PM   #1
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Anybody make this?
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Originally Posted by darmawaa View Post
Anybody make this?
Serpent has their 966e, and there is multiple custom projects out there for this class.
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Serpent make a dedicated electric 1/8. think its called the 966e
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We are in the middle of finishing up a rally sport Subaru. It is designed to be on and off road, but if you lower it, it could be whatever you want it to be. But it is truly 1/8 buggy based off the fusion.

I apologize for how bad the videos are, but the team guys had been pestering me to see it run. We will get more footage this weekend that is more professional. My daughter had about 10 minutes of filming and made the vids.


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Originally Posted by darmawaa View Post
Anybody make this?
Don't give up hope yet. This idea has been talked about at length before. The idea is simple enough, just make a larger 1/10th pancar. It would save a lot of time and money that way instead of building up a full suspension 1/8. Then it became a two car deal. One car that was d-drive with a fiberglass chassis for people like me (less $ than others} that uses one battery. And later on a 4wd setup with two packs for more speed. It would work. And to save money it could use 1/10th pancar tires which would not look out of place on it and save some bucks. Just drop a 1/8 body on it and have a ball!

How many of you remember the RC 250 d-drive 1/8 nitro? Very cool car, hated to see it leave because everyone went 4wd.
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