Mopar Super Stallion

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Re: Outlaw Super Stallion

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Where's the :explosion:
:lol: j/k Justin, very nice! :thumbsup:

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Whoops sorry Andy didn't even know i had activity here lol. The kaboom came after the sky wheelies. For some reason I can't upload the videos and still be slow motion.

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That Outlaw turned out beautiful! Nice job Justin! =D>
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Thanks Jeff!

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Finally found time to do this body that I've had for the past 5 months now :roll:

I'm extremely ocd when it comes to my bodies I do myself. This is suppose to be a full wrap. I didn't like the color of the yellow. So I used spaz stix candy yellow. So when I decided on that the color on the decals didn't match the yellow I was using so....... Yea I cut out every single yellow piece on these things!

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This one bugs the hell out of me because the lines on the tailgate are thicker than the ones in the side. :censored:


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Oh yea changed my sway bar setup also! Instead of the sway bars at the bottom of the chassis I put them further up using the sniper style setup.
Also changed my shocks over to traxxas GTR shocks.


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Next up will be to change the brushless systems to the sensored systems I have waiting for it.

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:shock: I'd say your OCD kicked in! All the those squares you hand cut!? :shock: You have some patience Justin! I think the end result is awesome!

I must say, I never seen so much hardware on a chassis like that! My wrist would be hurting after a build like that. Looks great though! :wink:
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:lol: yes sir all hand cut. It was a chore but I battled through it. Thank you good sir. It's finally coming around. Not done but close. I'm getting the chassis re cut into carbon fiber hopefully fairly soon.

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ive been fairly busy with this ole bird. Finally got a chance to get my sensored brushless systems installed! Got some aluminum c hubs for the rest, but have to buy a new lock out. The blocks don't work so well with aluminum on aluminum. Afraid it may end up rubbing each other and causing it to get sloppy. Also finally found a Dodge body I'm happy with! Painted it up with my favorite color and slapped my Bad Graphics Mopar flag on!

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I like the color and the flag is a nice touch too. :thumbsup:

Have you considered shortening the wheelbase tho?.... :-k

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So Justin was the battery just in the truck for pictures or did you actually drive that thing, if so we want video proof! :wink:
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andymac0035 wrote:I like the color and the flag is a nice touch too. :thumbsup:

Have you considered shortening the wheelbase tho?.... :-k
Thanks Andy.. Unfortunately the TTR lower links are 1/4 longer than your normal run of the mill lower links. So it ended up at 13.5, which isn't horrible.
jdmerrill1240 wrote:So Justin was the battery just in the truck for pictures or did you actually drive that thing, if so we want video proof! :wink:
Haha! Yes I did in fact run the truck. For a meager 30 seconds, the boy wanted to run his stampede so I let him use my battery since all our others are in "storage mode". I'll text you the video. Had to drive and video at the same time lol.

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So I was thumbing through eBay last night and found some 6000kv motors. Well........ Sensored motors will soon be a thing of the past :twisted:

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Nice work Justin! Truck looks great, but you never ever built and ugly truck. :mrgreen:

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Haha thanks Jeff! I've got a few more bits of like to do. Chassis being the main goal, this aluminum one looks like a curly fry :lol: Its so bad that the truck actually dog walks when going straight :shock: