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d3lap
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01.16.2018, 12:19 PM

Seems I have yet to update this. It's all running now with a 3d printed body. Will get some photos up later on today. Runs very nicely. The Awd vastly improved corner entry and exit speeds, as well as acceleration in the straights.
   
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Today, 01:31 AM

Been a while since I've updated this thread, made some progress on the chassis. Obviously the biggest change was going to horizontally mounted shocks.

Ended up breaking the motor, was cogging very badly and upon inspection one of the leads was broken off the motor windings, and could not get it to work correctly.

So took the opportunity to order an esc as well so now I can have reverse, which will be a nice feature.
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