Tell me about your truck!

Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by Justin_E, Jun 23, 2004.

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  1. Justin_E

    Justin_E Member

    Tell me about your guy's trucks! Whats the sickest thing you do with it? ;)
  2. I drive my truck...sick
  3. Justin_E

    Justin_E Member

    I actually meant your NITRO truck...Not your real one
  4. cynical

    cynical Member

    Here's my sick#@$%savage

    [file]savage.jpg,4493,,0[/file]
  5. cynical

    cynical Member

    if you want more pics just ask and ill take some more....

    Savage 25
    Xtm 24.7 Ported, and polished
    Tank MOD, The tank is located in the center of the radio box
    Hitec ultra torq 615mg
    Integy center skid
    integy shock towers
    Golden Horizon crome heat sink (not instaled)
    40 series road rages on velocity for the street
    Imex Swamp Dawgs for the dirt
    adjustable upper arms
    hardened steel dogbones
    Kyosho 4 gear mod
    Hard Body's Full roll cage
    Ritter pipe
    integy wheelie bar
    GPM aluminum shoe's
    HPI dual disc brake mod
    integy steering kit (aluminum)
    Theres probly more just listing from the top of my head...
  6. Justin_E

    Justin_E Member

    AWESOME! Keep 'em comin'
  7. rstaubach_12

    rstaubach_12 Member

    I don't have any pics yet. I'll get some very soon, but here is the low down. I have an original Pro .15 T-Maxx. Over the last year I have finally decided to upgrade some parts. Here's the list

    Traxxas Big Bore Aluminum Shocks
    Pro-Line Wide Maxx A-Arms and Shock Towers
    OS .15 CVRX engine
    Traxxas Tuned Performance Pipe
    Traxxas Blue Aluminum Side Rails
    RC Trix Mid Skid Plate
    Front Drive Only Shaft
    Traxxas Blue Aluminum Front Bulk Head
    and the Pro-Line Dodge Power Wagon Body... the classic one.

    I love my truck and will continue to run it and bash it.
  8. Team Losi XXX-NT


    [file]16821365347.jpeg,4224,,0[/file]

    I drove it off my roof once. . . About a 15 foot drop, but It landed in a nice soft snowbank.
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