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EB48.2 build experience

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Very happy my EB48 2.0 showed up today 🤗. I’m not a competitive racer, this will be for personal enjoyment. There are a couple of dirt tracks nearby that should allow me to put it through the paces. It will basically be stock except for a couple of upgrades.

Hobbywing Xerun XR8 Pro Brushless ESC/G3 Motor Combo (1900kV)
Pro-Line Blockade Pre-Mounted 1/8 Buggy Tires (2) (White) (S3) w/Lightweight Wheel
Tekno RC EB48 2.0 Hardened Steel Spur Gear (44T)
Tekno RC "M5" Hardened Steel Mod1 Pinion Gear w/5mm Bore (16T)
Servo will be MKS HBL550 or Promodeler DS555BLHV

Tekno RC Aluminum 17mm Serrated Fine Thread Wheel Nut (Gun Metal) (4)​

Tekno RC Ti-Nitride Rear Shock Shaft (2) x 2​

Tekno RC Aluminum Single Sided Clamping Servo Horn (25T)​

 
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If needed M2C make a rear chassis brace (for the et but i'm very certain fits on the eb too) and tekno also have a metal spur. Here is a bunch of other parts but most of them are probably unnecessary.
Thanks! For now I’m going with basically stock. The hardened steel spur arrived yesterday. Build starts today 😬
 

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Bag A done ✔️
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44t Tekno hardened steel spur
 

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Yes! I’m using them now 😬. They are fantastic quality and easy to follow. Thank you for taking the time and effort to make them. I have a little bit of kit building experience but they are nice to have as a reference. On bag E I would have like to have seen the underside of the assembly. The hinge pins on mine seem to have an extreme toe angle, but I’m hearing that’s normal.
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Yes! I’m using them now 😬. They are fantastic quality and easy to follow. Thank you for taking the time and effort to make them. I have a little bit of kit building experience but they are nice to have as a reference. On bag E I would have like to have seen the underside of the assembly. The hinge pins on mine seem to have an extreme toe angle, but I’m hearing that’s normal.
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Yeah that's normal, looking good.
 

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Bag K finished. Wow! The rear assembly was a major PITA to install. Difficult to line up and the screws were really tough to get all the way in.
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