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The Cbercfab Toyota Sr5

Discussion in 'Hobbies and Time Wasters!' started by buRRp, Aug 28, 2017.

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    This will be a fun trail/G6 rig build. Parts that will be used are the Cbercfab Ultra Switchback chassis and shock gear towers. Axles are SSD-RC D60 with there wide/xr mod front and rear with all there hardware. Links will be 12.3 VP. Rims are from CNC Custom Wheels with Pitbull Growlers. The body will be the Pro-Line Toyota Sr5 and will get a FreqEsKinz wrap. Will be using Knights Custom front and rear Sr5 bumpers. Electronics will be a Holmes Hobbies TorqueMaster Expert 540 35t and Castle sv3 and a Hitec 7954sh servo for steering.

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    And it starts...

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    Got more parts today and got it to a roller. Need to do some fine tuning and find my VP cms frame mount to finish the front. Still waiting on my Knights Custom bumpers before I do any body work.

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    Started mocking up the body. Waiting on the bumpers before I set the height.

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    Got my Knights Custom bumpers from Shapeways.

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    Got the bumpers on. Now just to start placing the body.

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    Got the Knight Customs Sr5 grill installed today

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    And finally got the bumpers and body where I like. Just need to paint and get my FreqEsKinz wrap.

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    Also needed the rear bumper higher than stock location. Used a Cbercfab shock keys for that.

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    First attempt at making some rock sliders. I think they turned out pretty good. Nothing fancy but gets the job done.

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    Got the body painted. Just need to pull it apart and paint the chassis. Put the electronics in and wait for my FreqEsKinz wrap. But took it out to my local test spot to get some pics.

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