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Old 01-30-2015, 05:00 PM
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Default 1/24 Mini Big Foot 4WD Hummer monster truck Great Wall 2112 New Version 2015

A hobby grade 1/24 mini big foot with all those metal driveshafts, metal joint cups, front/rear differential gear, hobby grade servo, even a slipper clutch inside of that thing!
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Old 01-30-2015, 10:39 PM
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Looking as good as ever!
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Old 02-02-2015, 05:41 PM
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Thanks, my friend.
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where can i get one
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glenn201, here is a link to the manufacturer's site; http://www.genesisunion.com/Great-Wall-2112-BigFoot-RTR
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What's the turn radius?
Is the battery swapable? If so is it a hatch and latch or what?
For going brushless are we going to need a new rx and radio since the stock board is esc and rc?

Oh, what holds on the body? I don't see any traditional body clips.

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1. Not too bad, haven't tried it myself though. 2. Yes it is. Thinking it is a clip on the bottom. 3. Yes you would. 4. Pretty sure it screws on.
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Thanks for the reply, but I need to know first hand info. Not too bad, thinking it's a clip and stuff like that doesn't help.
When I ask for turn radius, I mean what is the diameter of the full circle that it makes in a slow turn.
Also, the body can't screw on. It has to have some system to hold on the body. What is that system?
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Thank you collector1231, you've been helpful. Even we didn't measure the turn radius ourselves but it should be something around 20cm by sight. Body of 2112 is not attached by screw nor traditional clips. It's simply by snapping on the chassis making use of the body is made by relatively hard plastic. Stock esc is weak and since motor share the same current with the servo on the circuit board, turning will slow down running speed of this car. It can be improved by upgrading it. And yes, by upgrading this car, replacement of the whole system is necessary (not with the motor unless you'd like to go brushless)

Actually, there's another Big Foot GUGO15G we have developed and it's performance is equal to the upgraded version of this 2112. Here it is:
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Thanks for the reply. Good info
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Hi,

are the differentials "open" or "limited slip"?

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