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    final install of project $300 shockwave

    the last of the aluminum parts for it. Not it officially has ALL of the aluminum parts available from Redcat on it..







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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    Nice, The aluminum C-Hubs are great
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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    Very nice man! I hope you're not gonna be scared to put her in the dirt now
    .......Let\'s do it in the dirt!
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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    Jesus! That is sweet!
    Old-Skool Traxxas SportMaxx. :P

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    Real sharp. good job.

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    Now it's time for the radio system, servos, and engine

    It really does look great! I'm planning to (eventually) do this to my Volcano.

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    delete.. double post

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    thanks guys.. I will take it in the dirt.. I have changed one servo so far with a Futaba and the rado is my vintage Airtronics XL2P radio. Works reall nice. I have a 6v ni mh battery for the transmitter too and now the servos are VERY fast. BTW the car has bearings throughout too and the diffs are smooth as silk. I can grab and spin a wheel and they actually spin for a few seconds.. not instantly stop. Its very loose.. The engine is HPI Nitro star 15 and its wayyyy faster then the original VTX 16..

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    looks great
    125 characters and 2 lines is not enough to list my RC obsession!!!

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    Wow, your car very nice. All Alu great!
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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    thanks!!

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    is it alot heavier than stock?
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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    Eddie.. I never weighted it before but now its 4.6 lbs without fuel. For comparison my Sons 1/8th nitro car is 8.4 lbs without fuel. Can someone weight a stock Shockwave for comparison??
    I sure does not FEEL any heavier then it was stock

    *update** I just checked on a GS SB1 1/10th 4wd truggy and its weight stock is 5.1 lbs for comparison,. Mostly plastic parts

    ORIGINAL: ehroof

    is it alot heavier than stock?

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    I received an aluminum part and it was the same weight or maybe lighter than stock.

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    RE: final install of project $300 shockwave

    thanks guys, just wondering.
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    update.. I just sold this car on ebay... Have not ran it since 08 and wanted someone to enjoy it


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