As most of you probably have read, I’m currently building a TC-H. This TC-H will be based on a Cyclone TC that I bought recently, and this TC came with an Exotec Lipo chassis. As it would be a shame to let this brilliant piece of kit go to waste, I decided to also rebuild my primary Cyclone, and base it on the Exotec chassis… Read more after the jump!
In the search for more steering angle, one of the key things is the steering system of the car, and with that the axles. There are some brands out there that make axles especially designed for lots of lock, like Overdose and Square, but there is also the opportunity to modify the factory ones.
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If you’ve read Bop’s post you know that I already build a TC-H style Cyclone.
I build this conversion last year and tested it the whole season and I really liked it.
Some history and more on the rebuild after the jump
Last week, I’ve posted some teasers of a project of mine on our Facebook page, as well as here on our blog. In the pictures you can see, amongst other things, sketches for a new chassisplate for an RC car. This is part one of my buildthread, which shows you all the steps that were taken to build this chassis.
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My Toyota Soarer convertible is featured on Speedhunters.com!
Check the full article here