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  1. Tamiya secretly announce a G6-01 chassis today. It was questioned if it was a April fools joke. 1/18th scale so maybe it's true.
  2. Hello everybody! My name is Potatocat, also known as weeb_beano in other forums. I've always been a bit of an outlier in the surface R/C world but most of my projects have been Tamiya related... so here I am! I tend to build mostly monster trucks, but with a twist. They are either weird or 6WD/6WS rigs. I'll probably start off a thread for the projects individually but here is a quick rundown of some of the Tamiya stuff I've built so far: 1989 - Power Pig - 6WD/6WS Clod Buster Built for fun, Power Pig is something I have had since I was 13 years old. The original chassis was built as a favor for me when I was a kid by the folks in a local window and door fabrication company (Gamco). I have retained most of its spirit as a mildly 'super stock' Clod, with a few exceptions... the truck is powered by three SkyRC Toro 10T brushless motors, via triple traditional NiCD or 2s LiPO packs housed inside the chassis. It performs surprisingly well and despite a face only its creator could love, I have a strong attachment to this truck. Overall length: 28" (71 cm) Weight fully loaded: 18 lbs (8.1kg) Maximum power: 800 watts (3x SkyRC Leopard 10T 3930kv motors, 7.2V) 2001 - Tiamat - 6WD/6WS Clod Buster Built for power, Tiamat is an expression of brutalism. Everything about this truck was built on a holistic platform of functional and reliable parts. It has evolved greatly over the years over trial and error. The truck is currently undergoing a significant refit but the overall specifications remain mostly the same: Four 2s/3s battery packs are onboard - three powering the triple old-school Hacker C50MAXX brushless motors. Full steel driveline with aluminum gearcases is sprung and damped by HPI Savage long throw shocks. Tires are actually inflatable, since the extra mass of the truck increased the ground pressure (29 lbs) and required a fully pneumatic tire. Overall length: 30" (76cm) Weight fully loaded: 29 lb (13.2kg) Maximum power: 3900 watts (3x Hacker C50MAXX 10T 3600kv motors, 14.4V) 2004 - Mammoet - 6WD/6WS Juggernaut2/TXT-1 Built for looks, Mammoet is my take on what a 6x6 Tamiya Bruiser would be like. I did have the manual 3-speed transmission from the big rig lineup in play, but it had a bad habit of shredding driveshafts during shifting so I reinstalled the stock TXT-1 transmission. Powered by a pair of silver can motors, the truck won't win in the speed department - but the stock setup gives it plenty of oomph and the result is a fun truck which can be driven all day. Overall length: 29" (74cm) Weight fully loaded: 24 lbs (11kg) Maximum power: 180 watts (2x 540 Mabuchi silver can motors, 7.2V) 2014 - The Nut Buster - Clod Buster This truck is pretty ordinary except for the fact it has a chassis made of the STRONGEST material in the known world... a coconut shell. A pair of SkyRC Leopard 10T motors driven by parallel old-school JETI Master Car Sport ESCs does the dirty work. While I am working on a Lexan body for this machine of loving destruction, a temporary body will have to suffice. None other than the original style Clod Buster body will do. This fine example is from my 'guest' beater Clod, which wears its various dings, scratches, and missing foglights with pride. Overall length: 20" (51 cm) Weight fully loaded: 8.5lb (3.9kg) Maximum power: 500 watts (2x Leopard 9T 4200kv motors, 7.2v) 2017 - Pickle Time - 6WD/6WS TLT-1 I built this truck for my daughter, and it's based on a triplet of TLT-1 axles. Pickle Time actually has a number of innovations which may make their showing on some future projects. It's propulsion is a bit unique- the motor is an outrunner originally meant for airplanes. This lets me get a super compact drive spool and it has worked out pretty well. Overall length: 16" (41cm) Weight fully loaded: 6.5 lb (2.9kg) Maximum power: 155 watts (1x Leopard 3542 780kv motor, 7.2V) Well, that's all I have for now. Thanks for reading and it's good to be here!
  3. Hi everybody, spotted this on ebay recently, did anyone here build it?, or buy it even? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/380485888339?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649 What a beast, it's been giving me ideas about what other axles could be used for this sort of thing?. CC-01, 4wd 4ws WR-01?not sure if that's right but the twin motor series wild dagger, double blaze etc, The clod/bullhead Please post up your monster projects here or post a link to any good ones you know of, thanks.
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