My Wild Dagger

Although not considered a traditional monster truck, they still have monster coolness.
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Sixtys Guy
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Re: My Wild Dagger

Post by Sixtys Guy » Fri Feb 26, 2016 4:05 am

Hey Jeff. I actually sold this quite a while ago, but I did notice someone has a Double Blaze locally for sale cheap...... I have thought about it!

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Re: My Wild Dagger

Post by SFC K » Sun May 01, 2016 8:48 pm

Sixtys Guy wrote:Hey Jeff. I actually sold this quite a while ago, but I did notice someone has a Double Blaze locally for sale cheap...... I have thought about it!
Well, I bought the shock mounts and mounted them up to my Double Blaze. I also added some WK wheels and tires to complete the look. :wink:

I still need to find a new body and an EVX-2 ESC, but it is getting there.

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Re: My Wild Dagger

Post by Sixtys Guy » Sun May 01, 2016 8:54 pm

Nice rig Jeff. I think these are an underrated truck. I actually like the yellow body on there. Did you use extenders to get those wheels on there?

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Re: My Wild Dagger

Post by SFC K » Sun May 01, 2016 9:02 pm

Sixtys Guy wrote:Nice rig Jeff. I think these are an underrated truck. I actually like the yellow body on there. Did you use extenders to get those wheels on there?
Glad you asked Mark. I did use some 15mm offset RC4WD wheel extenders. The rears were fine, but I could not steer so I need to push the wheels out. I'm not sure the plastic hubs will hold out though. I still need to fix the servo mount. I had the wrong mounts so I still need to do that. I am trying to beef up the steering like you did. I does move a lot and I even put a SCX-10 servo plate behind it to help and still wobbles.
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Re: My Wild Dagger

Post by The Knight » Mon Jul 04, 2016 12:57 pm

What you need is a carbon chassis :D

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I like your yellow body. You should cut off the wheel housing / fenders (enlarge it) and setup down the body. You'll change the high of the truck and it won't keel over. But I think you need a track widener, made of super balckfoot wheel axles.

For 2 motors you should use the qicrun wp860 (ebay 262127344071) and fast 15T HPI firebolt motors.

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