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1/6 bl-lst - 02.10.2010, 11:54 AM

Hallo from germany. My name is Olli, Im 32 years old and I work as a CNC Operator (grinding & molding) on family establishment. My english is not perfekt but I hope it adequate.

Here you can see the full story Thread on a german Forum:http://www.rc-monster-trucks.de/incl...0941d2988b0adb

Now some pics.....











some facts:

ESC: BK Micro 36/120
Motor: KB45-10XL 1200kv Brushless Inrunner http://www.hobbycity.com/hobbycity/s...idProduct=4936

powerd by 10S A123 LiFePo



weigt: 6,5kg (whit Twin Force Wheels)



If you have any questions - please ask, Im trying to answer


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02.10.2010, 12:01 PM

First, WELCOME TO RCMONSTER! Nice looking truck. It looks like you moved the transmission back quite a bit. Also, did you make your own chassis?

Seeing as you use a cnc machine, how many custom parts did you make for this?

My one concern would be the batteries sliding out the sides as there is nothing to stop them from sliding.

The more I looked at your truck the more I think you did a great job!


1. MBX-6 T8 1900KV, RX8 ON 4S
2. MBX-5T 1520, MMM ON 5S
3. MBX-5 ONROAD CONVERSION 1515, MMM ON 5S
4. MRX-3 ON ROAD CONVERSION 1512, MMM ON 6S
5. TEN T 2650 T8, MMP ON 3S

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02.10.2010, 12:04 PM

Nice looking truck indeed.

BTW, you might want to shock towers with a few more upper shock adjustments. ;)


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02.10.2010, 12:11 PM

I just looked at the link above in German and WOW...great cnc work! Amazing transformation...well done. By far the best LST I have seen. It mush weigh quite a bit with all the AL


1. MBX-6 T8 1900KV, RX8 ON 4S
2. MBX-5T 1520, MMM ON 5S
3. MBX-5 ONROAD CONVERSION 1515, MMM ON 5S
4. MRX-3 ON ROAD CONVERSION 1512, MMM ON 6S
5. TEN T 2650 T8, MMP ON 3S
   
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02.10.2010, 12:26 PM

@ magman

I didnt just move it back I turned the inside from the on side to the other because I want the motor and gearbox in the middle of the chassie. The wheelbase is now 455mm. Much longer so I can fit FG bodys.

My Custum Parts are:

Alloy Chassie - Prototyp (later I use 6mm Carbon)
Alloy Skid Plate
Alloy Brackets
Alloy Motormount
Alloy ESC Plate
and some more smaller alloy parts

Carbon Tower
Carbon Skid/Bulkplates

Titanium steering linkage conector
Titanium Main Drive Shafts


You dont have to wonder about sliding batteries. This is the first chassie in alloy and the space of the batteries is a littlebit bigger then I first thougt. On the side of the chassie you see 2 holes for the block. The next chassie is bigger.


If you want more info lock the pics in the link...


thanks - olli
   
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02.10.2010, 12:46 PM

Hi, welcome to RCM!

I already saw your truck, sometimes I go to rcindependent to watch if there are any updates of your LST

I really like those carbon shocktower, they look awesome!
   
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02.10.2010, 02:15 PM

thats freaking beautiful! one of the best large scale conversion i've ever seen! welcome to the forum!--josh
   
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02.10.2010, 02:22 PM

AMAZING work and a beautiful job !

Why cut corners and install a HC motor rather than a NEU ?????


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02.10.2010, 02:35 PM

wow... that's pretty sweet man... I love the CNC work you have done on it... The carbon pieces are well integrated into your design... nice job... and welcome to the forum.
   
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02.10.2010, 03:02 PM

Wish I could read German....

What brand of bulk heads and tower braces are you running?


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02.10.2010, 05:56 PM

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Here you go! Google Translate


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02.10.2010, 06:06 PM

wow that's nice welcome to the forum
   
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02.10.2010, 07:51 PM

Wow, I just jizzed in my pants! Nice work man!


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02.10.2010, 08:24 PM

Wow. I don't know what it is about some of these euro guys and their large scales. But most of them are just amazing like this one. Lots of custom aluminum, carbon, you know all the exotic eye candy that serves a purpose as well. Well done.


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02.10.2010, 09:59 PM

Beautiful truck and nice machine work!! Nice combination of parts there! Love the wheels and tires.

But I have to agree here:

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Why cut corners and install a HC motor rather than a NEU ?????
I'm sure that KB powers it nicely, however I think the Neu or a Lehner would be a more appropriate choice in both power and quality.


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