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rootar 03.21.2010 02:51 PM

RCX pictures.
 
someone PLEASE post some pics, i know mike has some new stuff there (like a slash 4x4 chassis.....) so post some pics.

jnev 03.21.2010 05:01 PM

The few pictures I took:

Coolest baja I have ever seen:
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1749.jpg

Baja with nos:
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1751.jpg

RCM street car:
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1747.jpg

RCM baja:
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1742.jpg
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1743.jpg
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1745.jpg
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1744.jpg

RCM Losi 10t - very impressed by this car. Simply a scaled down version of an 8ight-t.
http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/a...X/IMG_1746.jpg

snellemin 03.21.2010 07:59 PM

The baja in the first pic is just killer.

big greg 03.21.2010 08:29 PM

that baja is insane!

magman 03.21.2010 09:09 PM

The 2nd one w/the nos is just ridiculous

hyper9e 03.21.2010 10:25 PM

Makes me want to buy a baja...

rootar 03.22.2010 12:19 AM

where is mike's slash 4x4 he said he had it with him.....

and yes the first 2 bajas look over the top.... mikes baja looks very clean and thats a HUGE hyperion pack!

Modding_out 03.22.2010 12:33 AM

The first baja is just nuts, but the second is just stupid.....they evidently didn't do there research before they whipped out the "card", 2cycles can't run NOS it just don't work that way.....

nitrostarter 03.22.2010 01:42 AM

Those pics look great! its nice to see Mike running Hyperion lipos too!!

BP-Revo 03.22.2010 02:32 AM

I just got back from RCX. Spent more or less the whole day at the booth with Mike and Jamie.

I took some pictures with my phone (forgot the camera - doh!) which I'll post up later.

What I do know is the Hyperion Pack is a 7S 6500mah pack. The motor is a 1527. The conversion kit for the Baja is close to being done. It consists of a new top plate, new bottom plate, and the vertical braces on the side (one of which the motor bolts to) as well.

I saw a Slash 4x4 with an aluminum chassis (not sure if it was Mike's or Jamie's - I think it was Jamie's), but it was a early stage prototype. I believe I have a picture of this.

JERRY2KONE 03.22.2010 02:38 AM

Good info.
 
Some good info so far, but I am sure that there is alot more out there that people can share with us. That four track Baja is one sick vehicle. I can only imagine how much it would cost to get that seup in hand. That thing is a work of art. The twin NOS setup looks pretty freaky as well, but how far are people willing to go with these things? How fast is he expecting to go with a NOS R/C vehicle? Very nice work going into these toys. One could probably pay cash for a pretty nice 1:1 vehicle for what they put into R/C vehicles like that. Narally.

rootar 03.22.2010 01:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BP-Revo (Post 356550)
I saw a Slash 4x4 with an aluminum chassis (not sure if it was Mike's or Jamie's - I think it was Jamie's), but it was a early stage prototype. I believe I have a picture of this.


if it had a chassis it was mike's, jamie should have brought all his axle up grade pieces and cvds along with arms and other things, which may have ended up on mikes truck....

BP-Revo 03.22.2010 03:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rootar (Post 356604)
if it had a chassis it was mike's, jamie should have brought all his axle up grade pieces and cvds along with arms and other things, which may have ended up on mikes truck....

I'm not sure, cause I was talking to Jamie and he was telling me "the chassis just finished and I swiped it into the box and ran to catch my plane" - those were more or less his exact words, so from what I understood he cut them out. When Mike prototypes or does one-off parts, he usually does them himself.

But yes, Jamie did have aluminum arms, CVD's, and hardened steel stock-replacement stub axles for the Slash 4x4.

BP-Revo 03.22.2010 06:02 PM

Here are my crappy phone pictures - contrary to what I thought earlier, I did NOT get a picture of the slash 4x4...doh. Sorry.

http://img265.imageshack.us/g/img0086b.jpg/


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