Model: (Click to see more) 58378: Ferrari FXX
Status: New built
Date: 10-Jan-2012
Comments: 19
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Hi, I completed my car after long time eventually :)
It is a TL-01LA chassis based with unbranded Ferrari bodyshell factory painted, alloy prop shaft, carbon gear shatfs, fully ball raced, Muchmore 20T sport tuned motor with Maverick ESC 15T, Tamiya wide rear wheels with 9mm offset!, front foam bumper, oil filled shocks, a graphite shocks tower stiffner, alloy motor mount ..and lots of love! A big thank you to Keven64 who helped me with few parts. Cheers Keven!
Hope you will enjoy ;-)



Comments

tamiyaluvr

10-Jan-2012

One of the best examples of a Ferrari Enzo and the TL-01 chassis here on TC IMHO!

the-way

10-Jan-2012

Very kind comment, thank you tamiyaluvr!

Road Burner

10-Jan-2012

The wheels fit perfectly, great job!!

the-way

10-Jan-2012

Cheers Road Burner. The front are standard 26mm, +3mm offset, the rear are a little wider tires with +9mm offset to match the wheels body arches. I like how wide looks the chassis now

SRB Bloke

10-Jan-2012

That's a very Ferrari, great pics. With the offsets fitted the wheels fit so much better in the arches, good work.

justinn

10-Jan-2012

Looks stunning! Love the graphite shock tower stiffener! Who supplies those?

the-way

10-Jan-2012

Thank you SRB Bloke, I agree with the offset, I think the success of any bodyshell is to match perfectly with the wheels. Doesn't matter how nice or expensive is the body if the wheels are not rightly positioned

the-way

10-Jan-2012

Justin, I checked now and yes, it is the battery holder for the Tamiya Top Force part 9805392, on sale for £10 (x2) on ebay. Cheers

MAD-BEE

10-Jan-2012

Very nice Stefano this looks ace mate!
Real lush!!

Great job buddy you must be very happy with this for sure and will you drive it? if yes take care of this Baby!!

Cheers

def4x4

10-Jan-2012

Looking cool, and a great machine. Wheels fit the body perfectly!

the-way

10-Jan-2012

Hi MAD-BEE (James)! Yes, I drove it for a test on carpet and it`s nice and smooth. The motor, a Muchmore Sport Tuned 20T, is quite fast with a realy nice acceleration. I cannot pretend lots from the chassis but I built this car to enjoy not to compete . Yes, it is my baby lol

the-way

10-Jan-2012

def4x4, cheers. I spent sometime to wait for the right wheels and offset. It worked well.

MAD-BEE

10-Jan-2012

Yes keep her safe my friend!
Nice job looks very smart! Stick this one on the shelf and just Smile!!!!

the-way

10-Jan-2012

Cheers James, it`s safe on the shelf now quite far away from my 4yrs old son`s hands!

MAD-BEE

10-Jan-2012

Oh yes!!

Max Power

11-Jan-2012

Gorgeous Car mate! Those wheels look great

the-way

11-Jan-2012

Thank you Max Power

Dam 10

11-Jan-2012

It looks blindin' Stefano. I take it you are going to run it. I don't know if i could, it looks to good to kill with my driving style.

the-way

11-Jan-2012

Dam 10, my italian driving style is worst. After I drove the car 5min. on carpet I realized that if I want to keep the £20 bodyshell still looking the same on photo I have to drive in an airport ground Probably it will stay on the shelf all her life but said that my trasmitter is already with the red led on..I can't resist for another go!


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