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My dream off-road vehicle - SCT410 to Truggy conversion (not ET410)

celt

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#1
What I envisioned or wanted no one made. However, Tekno's good modular engineering allowed me to design EXACTLY what I wanted.

A shorter, more nimble truggy that could run on 2S for indoor tracks, ultimate suspension travel, protected shock towers. I wanted a rig that was comfortable on an indoor track, turning under 1/10 scale buggy's, but could hang with any 1/8th scale on massive jumps. A chassis that is too long and wide is stable, but has lazy handling characteristics...something just as good on smaller tracks and at home on larger ones.

"One rig to rule them all."

SCT410.3 base build
SCT410.3 arms
Truggy shock towers and shocks
Truggy body shortened 50mm
Truggy rear wing
17mm wheel fitment conversion.

Here's what I came up with...let me know what you think. It is a freaking beast and easy to do!
 

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Chainsaw10

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#2
Looks great!and looks like a fun truck! That wouldnt be legal racing with 1/10 truggy would it?...with proper tires
 

celt

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Looks great!and looks like a fun truck! That wouldnt be legal racing with 1/10 truggy would it?...with proper tires
Not sure it would be an issue, as the wheelbase is longer, but the same track width. Too bad though, it's way more durable...
 

Billl DeLong

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#5
Looks great!and looks like a fun truck! That wouldnt be legal racing with 1/10 truggy would it?...with proper tires
No, since it's based on the SCT, the wheelbase would not be legal, the 1/10 truck class is limited to traditional "Stadium Truck" length. The OP would probably need to run with the 1/8 Buggy class... there used to be a 1/8 Super Lite Buggy that Tekno made which is really close to what the OP did here:
https://www.teknorc.com/shop/tkr5004-eb48sl-18th-4wd-competition-super-light-buggy-kit/
 

MikeBuzz

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#9
What’s the total width with those badlands on?
Also what motor you running?
 

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