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09.17.2009, 07:22 PM

great job!!

now i want a new truck!when will this ever end?


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09.17.2009, 11:19 PM

Had some time today to work on a new steering servo mount, the one that was on there couldn't fit my Hitec 805BB... not that the 805BB is the greatest servo.. I just happen to have 2 of them laying around..



And here's a short video of the truck with motor set to 356KV and 100A ESC.., I still have battery trays to rig up..



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09.17.2009, 11:47 PM

pretty sweet awsome work man
   
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09.17.2009, 11:47 PM

looks pretty good, but those tires dont look to be doing 60 mph?
   
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09.17.2009, 11:50 PM

Thats what I call a BIG conversion Brian said it well.... "Beefy"

The chassis mods look great, Its all in the little details!

Great looking rig

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09.17.2009, 11:59 PM

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pretty sweet awsome work man
Thanks..

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looks pretty good, but those tires dont look to be doing 60 mph?
Not yet, I don't feel like pulling the SHV 240 from the boat, it's a Pain in the butt.. so I have the motor KV set for 356 right now.. for 60mph + it will be set to 675KV... But that will be another video

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Thats what I call a BIG conversion Brian said it well.... "Beefy"

The chassis mods look great, Its all in the little details!

Great looking rig

Heath
It was a fairly easy conversion, but it's not quite finish yet...


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09.18.2009, 12:54 AM

ah i see, still this things gonna be a wheely machine at 30+
   
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09.18.2009, 01:00 AM

It must be fun driving a large scale brushless truck.
   
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09.18.2009, 11:31 AM

Ummmmm, snow plow??

Very nice!
   
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09.18.2009, 12:33 PM

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ah i see, still this things gonna be a wheely machine at 30+
LOL, I'm hoping so.. I can't wait to finish the battery mount so I can run it today...

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It must be fun driving a large scale brushless truck.
Yeah, it's lot's of fun.. I love pulling my neice and nephews around with them.... You really have to get yourself one, it's not that expensive.... you could pick up a used for decent price..

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Ummmmm, snow plow??

Very nice!
Great Idea, I should start building a plow for it.. the 3rd channel will control the lift for the plow...


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09.18.2009, 12:41 PM

I saw a video on YouTube once about a guy who used his RC for lawn mowing ;) (can't fing the vid now).

ps. I'm not taking about all the lawnmowers who where RC't like this one Example.


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I saw a video on YouTube once about a guy who used his RC for lawn mowing ;) (can't fing the vid now).

ps. I'm not taking about all the lawnmowers who where RC't like this one Example.
recognize the motors and gearboxes on the lawnmower? They're off a wheelchair!


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09.18.2009, 01:13 PM

Yes, but that wasn't the movie I had in mind. Here's a better example but still not the one I have in mind.


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09.18.2009, 01:17 PM

http://rc-dc.ch/gallery/displayimage.php?album=34&pos=3

is this the one?
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09.18.2009, 01:23 PM

No don't think so, but boy I love the look of those Mulchers (or atleast they look like it).

Anyways, it's just an idea ;).


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