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design, prototype, production - 1:6 Razr Buggy

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1:6 Razr Buggy

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It's tough, looks fun, and has lights!
Starting with the CrossCanyon frame, we hung some MetalHead steel axles using 4 link in the rear and a 3 link panhard setup in the front, both with droop shocks and internal springs. This is one tough buggy, protected by a fully welded steel cage and body frame, bolted 4 places to the CrossCanyon. Add a full light system plugged in from HeyOK, powered by a 35t HPI motor and a 3s mamba max esc, aluminum long Traxxas Tmaxx shocks, stock axial locked diff parts, and Axial rims wrapped in reduced Jconcepts 2.2 tires, and it's ready for rocks, mud, and just about any offroading!
With the white lexan body panels painted and stickered, all the running gear is covered. There's a full steel floor pan welded to the tubing, and a waterproofed electronics box in the rear. The back lexan cover pops off fast for battery changes behind the seats, also made from painted lexan.
Have a look at the Beach run at this video link here.
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