Lovely car! Would you mind sharing info on the oil shocks? I'm in need of a set for my Tamtech Buggy Champ.
Brushless tamtech fox
No worries, I'll keep searching. Thanks for the reply!
Mst tcr 1/10 scale 2wd
Love the looks of this kit. I wonder if a dual-motor 4wd would be possible..
Shop display model from 1989
This is just all kinds of cool! And what a rare find. I honestly wouldn't mind making a few 'active' static display shelf queens like such for my collection.
Tamiya tnx 5.2r nitro monster
Those tires and those wheels.. Do tell where they are from!
I really like how the angles and shapes in the frame are enhanced by the wheels. The fact that this is all Kyosho gives even more of a resto-mod feel to it. Just a lovely piece of work you have here..
Team losi xx4
The XX4 is indeed a very special car. Owned one with a Novak Super Sport brushless setup. To date perhaps the most balanced and capable car I've had the pleasure of driving. You've got quite the classic with matched cells and all. Top notch time-capsule indeed.
Project blitzer beetle 'r' (part 1)
Love the steering mod. If you indeed intend on track use, perhaps some added support to the front and rear shock towers would be in order.
Tamtech buggy champ
Lovely Buggy Champ! Indeed the best handling model of the Tam Tech buggy series in my opinion. The front suspension makes all the difference. As Jersey RC noted, these things surprisingly handle moderate brushless power as long as the diff is properly adjusted and looked after. The optional alloy diff halves are a worth it if you can find a set.
Wild monster dagger beetle!
Really love the attention to detail and how you've managed to incorporate the Monster Beetle's rear bumper. Did you shave the rear fenders down a bit as well? Finally, how does this rig drive with the longer suspension travel?