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Stock full size RC replica

sb4pro

Well-Known Member
#21
Mounting kit finally got here.
I decided I didn't want to do a real truck instead I did a fantasy paint scheme ( I say fantasy cause there's no such truck out there ) using ideas from the scheme Rugged Radios used on their SEMA RZR .
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I think it came out pretty good so far just gotta finish up the interior
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sb4pro

Well-Known Member
#23
I'm actually friends with someone who works there . That's why I stayed neutral on the whole subject with them . Thanks for liking the truck at least even if you don't like the company .
 

sb4pro

Well-Known Member
#30
Finally!!! Finished the interior , gave up on the driver idea , just not enough room . Added turning steering wheel instead .
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Ol' Curmudgeon

RDC's resident crackpot
#31
Listen to this (and it' "full size")


Sounds like a replica of an r/c car, eh?
 

sb4pro

Well-Known Member
#32
Listen to this (and it' "full size")


Sounds like a replica of an r/c car, eh?
Omg yeah sounds just like a 10th scale . I've posted 3 vids above if you wanna compare it . Only big difference is mine is using a BRUSHED motor and Nimh battery packs . I'm positive that's a BRUSHLESS motor and Lipo batteries .
 

sb4pro

Well-Known Member
#33
Changed my mind , didn't like that big hunk sitting on the dash
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Switched it to something a lil more realistic .
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It's supposed to be the GPS screen flash light and a cb radio .

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sb4pro

Well-Known Member
#34
Ol' curmudgeon , are there anymore write ups or anything on that jeep ? The guys at my hobby shop think they remember seeing it at a RC trade show they went to .
 
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