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More Super Love - 01.31.2010, 09:50 PM










   
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01.31.2010, 09:59 PM

Interesting design. Very different wheels than I've seen before. Seems like there is a pretty rapid evolution in crawler designs.
   
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01.31.2010, 10:49 PM

Very unique- interesting features allover the place. So, would that be classed as bta steering or ota steering?
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01.31.2010, 11:15 PM

cheers guys - thats OTA...

Wheels are hpi blasts narrowed to 1 7/8"
   
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01.31.2010, 11:43 PM

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Wheels are hpi blasts narrowed to 1 7/8"
With Nova's Ark Super Plow Boys?
   
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01.31.2010, 11:49 PM

Nova's foams but a friend in my local club did the cut and shunt for me...

They are the super soft PB's to :)
   
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WOW!! just wow!!! All the hand made parts are awesome, that delrin looks so cool. Sweet job man!


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02.06.2010, 06:16 PM

No doubt a sharp Super Chris?

How do you like the Felsenfest knuckles? Do you think they are better suited to the Super than a 2.2?
   
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02.06.2010, 06:53 PM

Very Very NICE !!!!!


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No doubt a sharp Super Chris?

How do you like the Felsenfest knuckles? Do you think they are better suited to the Super than a 2.2?
I'm running the stock RC4WD knuckles with my own knuckle weights...

For the 2.2 I'd just go VP....
   
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02.06.2010, 07:51 PM

Chris, that is sweet! I will be showing my friend these pics so he can drool. I have been trying to get him more into truggies, etc...but to no avail. Crawlers are his thing and he will love this set up


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02.07.2010, 04:02 PM

Remade my uppers in delrin and stretched out the lowers to the full 18 at full compression...





I think this is it for Motorama as no sign of 65:1 cases yet...
   
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really nice work !!
   
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03.09.2010, 05:50 AM

yes nice indeed!
   
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