Just finished up my Micro T.

Welcome to RCTalk

Come join other RC enthusiasts! You'll be able to discuss, share and private message with other members of our community.

flatblack

RCNT Champion
Messages
205
Reaction score
1
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
Just finished up changing over my stock T into a Blacked-out Baja. I'm going for the lean and mean look. Only necessary aluminum parts are/will be added. Any way I can cut weight, I have.

Mods are as follows:

3 lipos. Currently running the Aero Nuts
BB2 motor
TL Aluminum rear hub carriers
Threaded axles
Custom rear wheel spacers made from wheels bushings
Trimmed Atomic Type 1 Baja body
Full bearings.
TL Street Meats

I love the the thought of the Wide Track a-arms. Just not wanting the added weight. Up next will be a custom CF chassis.


3211256921_c2efe0ff39_o.jpg

3212103470_0bffc66dcf_o.jpg

3211256865_911c970d3c_o.jpg

3211256835_5458f31a06_o.jpg
 

tim-rachel

RCNT Talkaholic
Messages
365
Reaction score
0
Location
Odessa tx
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
looks good i like the baja body i am a vw man lol
 

Cupooterluvr

Hardcore RCNT User
Messages
2,484
Reaction score
1
Location
Tampa, FL
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
Very nice. It looks almost scale with the way the treads look. What speeds does it run at?
 

flatblack

RCNT Champion
Messages
205
Reaction score
1
RC Driving Style
  1. Bashing
Well, with the current addition of a graphite chassis, Ti/Alum axles, and some new greasers shocks, I'm guessing it runs between 30-35. It's a quick little bugger! Mid throttle wheelies make me laugh every time!

Will a brushless set up with fiegao be next? Maybe, just maybe!
 

Similar threads

Top