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Post  reptile on Sun Aug 04, 2013 12:23 pm

What a pain to get everything crammed up in this thing!!
Lots of moding cutting and so fourth.

but it's complete see the video in HD

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Post  Ken Cook on Sun Aug 04, 2013 12:34 pm

Once again, beautiful work. My father did a Baja bug back in the 70's. The Baja bug though really did lend itself to being a r/c model however. Great job though. Ken
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Post  sdjjadk on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:26 pm

Awesome job!!! Looks like your hard work paid of 10 fold. Thumbs Up
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Post  reptile on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:28 pm

THANKS GUY'S!!

I may have the only RC version of the sand blaster ever!

That's how tight everything is in this thing.
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Post  sdjjadk on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:35 pm

Another cool conversion would be a Funny car or one of the steel chasis cars like the vette. It would be a lot of work I'm sure but it would be cool nonetheless. I have complete drive trains from an old Cox Gurney Eagle Indy racer and an old Testors Sprite along with the matching front wheels and axle that I am going to use for a custom tether car. I have the body design done but still working on the chassis as I am not sure which drive train I am going to use.

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Post  sdjjadk on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:37 pm

reptile wrote:THANKS GUY'S!!

I may have the only RC version of the sand blaster ever!

That's how tight everything is in this thing.
It looked like a tight fit for sure. Any plans to do any videos of it running?
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Post  Kim on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:52 pm

Great mod !! Got to keep Patrick from seeing this or I'll have another project on the table !
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Post  reptile on Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:01 pm

sdjjadk wrote:
reptile wrote:THANKS GUY'S!!

I may have the only RC version of the sand blaster ever!

That's how tight everything is in this thing.
It looked like a tight fit for sure. Any plans to do any videos of it running?

Rolling Eyes Hey did I ever disappoint?
Popcorn  Stay tuned I am sure there will be a video for sure!!!
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Post  reptile on Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:05 pm

Kim wrote:Great mod !!  Got to keep Patrick from seeing this or I'll have another project on the table !

Laughing  Hey I seen his video and noticed he had elastics on the rear tires... I put rubber tank tracks around mine.
I just trimmed off the raised teeth that grab the sprockets with a curved scissor and went around the tire marked the track cut it to size and CA glued the ends together and held it to the tire with a few drops of CA Thumbs Up
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