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  1. I have for sale (UK based) 2 Nr WT-01 (Bush Devil 2's) one in Blue one in Black. stripped to stock rollers with steering servo's only. No motor, no ESC. Tires are New never run as we switched to a different tire. Both will have boxes in pristine condition. Instructions used once to build the car. Graphics and paint are non box art and all remaining parts and decals are in the BOX. £65 plus post each. Both are used in good condition (likely about 15-30 batteries through each) only exception is the Blue shell has a crack that I have fixed with Shoe Goo & Tamiya Body repair tape. As you will see from the photos they are in overall good used condition. Only used with Tamiya Sport/torque tuned motors on NiMh batteries. Both were build as Christmas presents last year and have been maintained by myself. Blak one had to have a new front dummy gearbox after a frontal impact with his little brothers MadBull. Both have the motor mount screw held in place with a nut on the end, Both also have the pinion and motor plate attached to the car. Photos updated and in last post in thread. Both are £60 plus post. NOTE Blue one has one of the front spotlights missing. NOTE photo immediately below is Just after they were finished and is a year old. This photo is of both trucks just after we finished them. you can see what a difference the big wheels make. On mine (blue) the flames started to peel on the bonnet so I removed them. Reduced to £60 each plus post. I also have 2 FULL sets (8 tires and wheels in all) monster tires for these, make the truck stand wider and higher and give it real presence. Also less likely to flip over. They fit onto the original car rims and include foams and don't need glue (unless you run LIPO with Brushless) only light wear still over 80% TREAD. These will fit any of the WT-01 buggies as well as the Blackfoot/Monster Beetle trucks. I have attached some photos of the trucks when just finished (above) to let you see the stance of them. £25 for 4 plus Post. I also have 2 full Alloy wishbones, attached to gearboxes, with most (if not all) drive shafts etc. with BIG BORE Alloy shocks and GPM Alloy Damper mounts/uprights (30 new for a pair) I bough these of eBay with the idea of up-rating mine but never ran them as I got a Traxxas Stampede. As such cant comment on the gearboxes or shocks. £60 plus post. REDUCED to £50 plus post. All will be well packaged and post of your choice from least expensive is Royal Mail 2nd class signed for through 1st to ParcelForce 48Hr. All have some degree of tracking and signed for and have been proved very reliable for me. This assumes a UK buyer. As post is at cost I am happy to get a quote to post overseas if wanted. PayPal only. F&F is fine OR if you prefer to use Goods and Services you will need to cover the fees. I am offering these all here first before resorting to eBay. Any questions please ask. If you want to do a package deal PM me. ALL now on eBay, will only sell here IF I have no bids on eBay on that item. Thanks,Andrew
  2. Hey guys, I have upgraded my Mud Blaster 2 (WT-01) with the taller shock towers from GPM and some 103mm shocks. Due to the length of the shocks the axles (stock dogbones or GPM CVDs, doesn´t matter) do pop out often. I was using shorter shocks before but didn´t like the stance and handling. So is anybody out there who has a similar setup and knows some slightly longer dogbones or CVDs? Thanks.
  3. Looking for a crawler project.... do would like the basics I can then build on.
  4. Hi all. Ive acquired a good WT-01 chassis. The only things its missing is a battery retainer (E1 part) and a shell. If you have an E1 part and/or any of the following shells knocking about that you no longer need, please let me know: Bush Devil Black foot 3 Amarock Mudblaster 2 Wild Dagger Double Blaze Mighty Bull Shell condition doesn't matter too much as it's for a basher. Thanks in advance. Mark
  5. I am after a basher shell to fit a WT-01. In some sort of reasonable condition (it will likely get trashed so its not needing to be to good) I do want a Lexon rather than a ABS shell. UK based and anything considered. If you see something on Ebay that may suit please post me the link. Thanks in advance.
  6. the rectangular holes in the chassis above the battery holder, any idea what they are for?
  7. Hi All, Was just wondering if anyone would know best tires setup for brushless WT01, as the original spike tires does not have any grip at all, the only best grip I can get out of this tires is on grass. Have anyone try the tires for HSP or redcat from ebay? are the any good? Thanks
  8. Last week I ordered my second WT-01 monster truck. I already have a Tamiya Blackfoot III full alloy conversion but now I want a fast brushless truck, so I buy a Bush Devil II kit. An unboxing and tuning parts video: First act was opening the gear box and changing the bearings. I used bearings without rubber, for softer running. The diff was already filled with grease. Next step was building the shocks. Team C but labeld with Ansmann. 93mm shocks for rear and 85mm for front. They are very good finished, looks awesome. The sorings are very soft. After that I build the rear axle and implement a wheel spacer, because my beadlock rims have only +6mm offset, but I need 10-11mm like the stock rims. I see in TT-01 community Super Blackfoot axles, they are 5-7mm longer. Perfect! But there was a new problem: how to fill the space between hex and ball bearing. I tried this: - rubber o-rings -> pressing to strong on the bearings and expensive - washer -> too big - special small rc washer -> too expensive ...think...think...think....I got it! Alloy tube from hardware store -> cheap, exactly 5mm inner width, unbreakable and easy to rebuild, if lost. I changed every tapped screw by M3 screws and small tubs. So suspension is very soft and clean and more stable than stock screws. I found two alloy hex adapters, installed only on rear axle. Building rear axle is same like front. C-Hubs I using are for TL-01 but fits also perfect on WT-01. Made of delrin and ball beared! The bearings are filled with rubber compared with bearings in gear box. The rubbers protect against dirt. For front shocks I need to change the piston rod from 51mm to 41mm. Otherwise the shocks would be too long. The chassis was very easy to build, only tapped screws. But for servo I have used alloy mounts from Tamiya with some spacers. Works good, but I hope the mounts don't broke again, like on my Blackfoot. Toward Pro servo from asia, 15kg alloy gear. Kimbrough servo saver, stable and short, it don't touch the chassis. No big deal, after that chassis looks like this: Rims are made by gmade, 2.2'' beadlocks, looks awesome and mustn't be clued. The have nearly same size like stock but bit bigger and No 1 grip! So the "final" chassis looks like this: Next step brushless kit and searching for a nice looking body shell. Bye for now!
  9. Hey guys - I have a Blackfoot 3 set up with dual motors and the performance is a little lackluster so I've been considering trying out a pair of Titan 550s along with either the EVX or EVX-2 ESC (or maybe some other ESC?). I don't want to spend a fortune, so a dual brushless setup is prob not ideal... and it has to run on NiMH. There's plenty of clearance between the top of the chassis and the body to strap on a 2nd battery, so dual batteries shouldn't be an issue. What do you all think?? Would the gearboxes do OK? Anyone tried this setup? Titan 550 Forward Rotation Motor (Part # 3975) Fan Cooled, 21 Turns, 14 Volt Length to End of Armature: 78mm (3.07") Diameter of Can 37mm (1.46") Length of Motor Leads 75mm: (2.96") Shaft Diameter: 3.2mm (0.125") Titan 550 Reverse Rotation Motor (Part # 3975R) Fan Cooled, 21 Turns, 14 Volt Length to End of Armature: 78mm (3.07") Diameter of Can 38mm (1.5") Length of Motor Leads 75mm: (2.96") Shaft Diameter: 3.2mm (0.125") Two (2) 17 Tooth Pinion Gears, 32 Pitch For 3mm Shaft (Part # 3947) Two (2) Set Screws EVX specs: Input Voltage (1.2VDC/cell) ......................................12 cells (14.4 volts DC) Case Width ................................................................................1.75 inches Case Depth ................................................................................2.17 inches Case Height ..............................................................................0.85 inches Weight (w/o heat sinks) ..............................................................3.5 ounces Motor Limit ....................................................19 turns minimum (550 size) On-Resistance–Forward (@Trans) ..................................................0.006 On-Resistance–Reverse (@Trans) ..................................................0.006 Rated Current–Forward ................................................................160 amps Rated Current–Reverse ................................................................160 amps Braking Current ............................................................................320 amps Continuous Current (@100°F amb.)................................................30 Amps Reverse Delay (after Smart Braking) ......................................Zero Seconds BEC Voltage ..............................................................................5.0 volts DC BEC Current ..................................................................................1.5 amps Power Wire ....................................................................................14G / 9” Input Harness ................................................................................26G / 9” Switch Harness ..............................................................................26G / 6” Transistor Type ........................................................................HYPERFET III PWM Frequency..........................................................................1000 Hertz Protection ......................................................................Thermal Shutdown EVX2 specs: 16.8 Volts of power Three Drive Profiles Patent Pending Training Mode Waterproof Design Double Coated Electronics Prevent Water Damage EZ-Set Push Button Setup Thermal Shutdown Protection Microprocessor Controlled Specifications: Input Voltage: 6-14 Cells (7.2 - 16.8V) Case Size (WxDxH): 2.27x2x1.05" Weight (w/o Heatsink): 3.6oz Motor Limit: 540 - 10 turn/550 - 12 turn On Resistance: 0.004 ohm Rated Current: 180 Amps Braking Current: 360 Amps Reverse Delay: None BEC Voltage: 6V DC BEC Current: 2.5 Amps Power Wire: 14awg 3" Input Harness: 26awg 9.5" Motor Wires: 14awg 9" Transistor Type: Mosfet PWM Frequency: 1700 Hertz Protection: Thermal Shutdown
  10. This was my first kit in getting back into R/C. I bought a WT-01N Amarok Custom Lift, because I happen to love VW related vehicles. I didn't really know much about any chassis related things when I bought the kit only to find out that this was the "narrow" version of the WT-01 chassis which wouldn't suit what I had in mind for the truck. I went ahead and bought the corresponding "wider stance" related items I needed from Blackfoot 3 parts. Here are the list of things in the truck. 1. Hobbywing XERun Stock Spec v3.1 ESC 2. SkyRC Ares Pro 10.5T brushless motor 3. Blackfoot 3 control arms, drive shaft, etc. 4. Aluminum shock towers 5. Aluminum dampers 6. Tamiya 20T pinion The truck is now super fun to drive while being stable as well at speed.
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