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  1. I love building hobby grades, but I really enjoy turning toy grade into hobby grade for some reason. I like the Tamiya Jagermeister Porsche and plan to get one day, but I have a thing for trucks, so I decided to make a Jagermeister Tyco Bandit Racing truck from some old parts I had laying around. The body is an old nissan fast traxx which is basically a Tyco Bandit on tank tracks. I replaced the toy electronics with upgrades, servo, brushless motor, and modern electronics. I will swap out the plastic toy shocks with some oil shocks and install some head and tail lights. I like the way it's turning out so far. Anyone else turned toy grade into hobby grades?
  2. Decided to bring an old friend back to life with some parts from Ampro engineering from Shapeways and my own 3D printed parts. Ampro Engineering independent front suspension upgrade and front bumper Losi Mini-T rear suspension and transmission w/3D printed adapter Made a new floor since the old battery compartment is no longer being used, so there's more room for electronics and lowers the center of gravity 3D printed wheels 3D printed rear tires in rubber-like F80 resin Losi Mini-T front and rear shocks Hot Racing Spool for Mini-T 2.0 Losi MIP CVD axles MG90 steering servo 2440 Brushless motor SkyRC stability control gyro 3200mah lipo
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