Model: (Click to see more) 58696: Super Avante
Status: New built
Date: 9-Jan-2022
Comments: 5
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So this is my TD4 done. Great build and I think Tamiya has improved their quality with better plastic, hex screws and then I really like them coming out with something new, while still using vintage style boxart. I have only had a short run on the terasse, as weather really isn't for RC'ing here in Denmark at the moment.

I have added hicap dampers and Schumacher wheels on JC wheels, as well as alloy hex's to handle the power from the Castle Sidewinder 3 brushless system. Servo is a Savox brushless servo. Due to the size of the esc, I cannot fit the driver, even though I actually painted it before I found out it wouldn't fit! I had the slipper come in, the day after I almost finished the chassis. So will testdrive it before fitting it.

If every thing goes smooth, this will be my racer, for the coming season, in our small racing group.

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Comments

BubbaGump365

9-Jan-2022

Very nice indeed! I haven't started building my TD4 kit yet as I haven't got the hop up parts for it yet that I've ordered. I do have a set of hi-caps for the VQS but I wasn't sure if they'd fit. Seeing them on your car has answered my question! They look great. I like your wheels too. I'm not sure what wheels I'll be fitting yet, but I doubt it will be the yellow kit wheels. Nice build.

Klausen

9-Jan-2022

Actually the hicaps are for the rere TopForce.

MAD-BEE

9-Jan-2022

Be interested to hear how you get on with this on track! Looking nice mate!

GEMINIJETS

10-Jan-2022

Well done mate!! I'm not going to buy this anytime soon as I'm still not facinated with its design and the way it takes the battery. However, I think the boxart is the best way to have on this car...

Tamiyastef

10-Jan-2022

The change of wheels make a big difference in its looks. It's looking nice in boxart without the mismatched yellow wheels IMO. is the wing in the low or high position?


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