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SupraChrgd82

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  1. There's some good pics here: https://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_model.asp?cid=119558
  2. I'm totally on the fence about selling it. I bought it new in '06 and it's been sitting in the OG shrinkwrap ever since. With the right persuasion (and a few drinks) I may be persuaded to let go of it.
  3. Specs below - which of these parameters have you exceeded? Special Feature 1 Forward, Reverse, Braking (Reverse function may be disabled) Special Feature 2 Input voltage: 6.6-7.2V Notice: Use of Lithium-Polymer batteries may risk damage and is not recommended. Special Feature 3 Dimensions: 42mmx34mmx25mm Special Feature 4 Max. continuous current: 60A Special Feature 5 Receiver output: 6V/1.5A Special Feature 6 Weight: 50.8grams (including cables) Special Feature 7 Protection systems: overheat, overload, low voltage to 4.8V (LiFe battery only) Note: Does not support LiPo 6.0 voltage cut-off Special Feature 8 Compatible motors: TBLM series (sensored) Sport Tuned brushed motors 540 size over 25T https://www.tamiyausa.com/shop/electronics/rc-esc-tble-02s-brushless/
  4. Is the Parma / You-g Hornet sway bar something that might work? It prevents the rear axle from "wrapping" whilst allowing the axle to pivot side-to-side.
  5. Cleaned up the 'ol Bruiser - she's made of 90% disco'd parts. Probably the most valuable thing I have... Originally a 1st edition Bruiser Dave Engle axles, rear narrowed by Nick Rummy Dave Engle trans Proline Land Cruiser body (immediately disco'd due to copyright) LRP F1 ESC RC4wd 1st gen steelies Hight Lift tires TLT shocks RC10 battery tray RC4wd dual shock mounts Juggernaut links RC4wd machined lower shock mounts Hitec MG servo AM receiver Boyer bumper & side guards Steering knuckles machined to accept TLT axle stubs and standard wheel nut
  6. Today I fell in love with the M-chassis cars. I thought they were the red-headed stepchild of 1/10 scale, but I get it now. The M07R is an absolute joy to drive.
  7. I’m just gonna leave this picture riiiiiight here..... hashtag pokethebear free bump
  8. Tamiya currently has Ride preglued wheel/tire sets in stock. These are hard to come by. Opportunity's knockin'.
  9. Body all mounted and still awaiting the steering servo to complete ‘er.
  10. We're going to need some pictures of this build. I've recently acquired a M-chassis fetish. A 4-wheel spinning M looks fascinating.
  11. The springs compress on a different arc than the arms. If the arms fit clamped in, they would bind the suspension. Their purpose is primarily to prevent axle wrap.
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