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Bromley

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  1. I'd quite like a Traxxas Radicator 2. I built one in about '90 I think, but never got it exactly how I wanted.
  2. I can't stand the untrimmed sprue thing either. What I have a real hatred for, are incorrect or unmatched fasteners....I mean...if the manual says 3x12 silver self tapper...what in goodness is a 3x15 black self tapper doing in there!🤯 I am a bit OCD to be fair, but hey we've all got our own little foibles. I am terrible for untidy wires, they just seem to be a gargantuan birds nest even when I've just used 30 cable ties.😫
  3. I just chop them roughly with side cutters then trim them neatly with a craft knife.
  4. 8 coats went onto my Clod. 3 light, then a flat with 1000 grit wet n dry, 3 more light coats, flat again 1500 grit. 2 heavy coats and a final flat 2000 grit, then polish. This was taken at the polishing stage...
  5. Build it....display it. Buy a rere Blitzer....build it....run the snot out of it. Everyone should have a blitzer chassis beater.
  6. Two years down the road and my lunchbox is still running its TBLE-02 and a 17t brushed motor. No issues ever with this setup running on nimh or lipo.
  7. I really fancy recreating my first rc, the hornet, complete with twin servo msc setup. Maybe track down an old hitec tx too, just like bitd. I'd probably go with a rere for better longevity and less worries when running though. So...new car old electrics or old car new electrics...don't really matter if it's what you want.
  8. Yeah it does...shame they announced it 2 weeks after I built this....
  9. Also put electrics in a plastic box, after frying an Rx on my last run. I have also now moved the front shock top mounts further back so they are at 90 degrees to the wishbones.
  10. Almost done chopping my cc01....mounted the servo up front, flipped front hubs, mounted front shocks behind uprights and made a longer skid plate.
  11. They are all towing points. Arrows are so marshals can locate the towing points and attach a strop quickly, to get you out of the kitty litter.
  12. These are the ones I use. They are a perfect fit for Tamiya jis screws. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Vessel-Megadora-2x100-2x150-Screwdriver/dp/B071SGNCSM/ref=asc_df_B071SGNCSM/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=275572147651&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=9720546692089985546&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045025&hvtargid=pla-535055156089&psc=1
  13. I'm still waiting on the F150 XLT, Bearhawk, and Monster Racer.
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