Slight update for my E-Revo

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Finally got pics of a body I painted with Mopar Parts Chrysler Crystal Black Clear Coat spray touch up paint last summer for my E-Revo, plus it still has the Titan 775 I put in last year, the adjustable Traxxas wheelie bar, an Exo-Carbon Wing, P3 suspension parts installed with the sway bars, long travel springs and variable rate pistons, and last year's 3.3 Revo wheels with 3.3 Maxx tires......which, other than not having the black chrome on the rims, is the same combo Traxxas is now using on the Brushless Edition E-Maxx.
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I will be adding the bright chromed bumpers off the newest version of the 3.3 Revo before long too.
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#1
Finally got pics of a body I painted with Mopar Parts Chrysler Crystal Black Clear Coat spray touch up paint last summer for my E-Revo, plus it still has the Titan 775 I put in last year, the adjustable Traxxas wheelie bar, an Exo-Carbon Wing, P3 suspension parts installed with the sway bars, long travel springs and variable rate pistons, and last year's 3.3 Revo wheels with 3.3 Maxx tires......which, other than not having the black chrome on the rims, is the same combo Traxxas is now using on the Brushless Edition E-Maxx.
[Image: IMG_0944.jpg]
[Image: IMG_0945.jpg]
[Image: IMG_0949.jpg]

I will be adding the bright chromed bumpers off the newest version of the 3.3 Revo before long too.
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#2
cool. is that paint going to stick? i tried that before and the paint all chipped off. i like the stance!
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#2
cool. is that paint going to stick? i tried that before and the paint all chipped off. i like the stance!
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#3
very nice... id go over that paint with some clear or backing black to keep it on and fresh. What hobby store is that?
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#3
very nice... id go over that paint with some clear or backing black to keep it on and fresh. What hobby store is that?
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#4
The Mopar Parts paint will stick even without a clear or some kind of base coat! This is the third body I've painted with the stuff and it's already been rolled a few times on asphault (look at the top of the number board and the sides of the roof, the scratches are just noticable in these pics.



BTW Hypnotiq, that is the St. Charles HobbyTown USA, I work there and too those pics before leaving last Saturday night.
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#4
The Mopar Parts paint will stick even without a clear or some kind of base coat! This is the third body I've painted with the stuff and it's already been rolled a few times on asphault (look at the top of the number board and the sides of the roof, the scratches are just noticable in these pics.



BTW Hypnotiq, that is the St. Charles HobbyTown USA, I work there and too those pics before leaving last Saturday night.
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#5
BJoe Wrote:The Mopar Parts paint will stick even without a clear or some kind of base coat! This is the third body I've painted with the stuff and it's already been rolled a few times on asphault (look at the top of the number board and the sides of the roof, the scratches are just noticable in these pics.



BTW Hypnotiq, that is the St. Charles HobbyTown USA, I work there and too those pics before leaving last Saturday night.

Very nice.. i will be in there soon.. need some byrons 30% :banana:
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BJoe Wrote:The Mopar Parts paint will stick even without a clear or some kind of base coat! This is the third body I've painted with the stuff and it's already been rolled a few times on asphault (look at the top of the number board and the sides of the roof, the scratches are just noticable in these pics.



BTW Hypnotiq, that is the St. Charles HobbyTown USA, I work there and too those pics before leaving last Saturday night.

Very nice.. i will be in there soon.. need some byrons 30% :banana:
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#6
Got the new 3.3 Revo bumpers on it now!
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It's still sitting a little high from running it at the skate park on Kirk Road.
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#6
Got the new 3.3 Revo bumpers on it now!
[Image: IMG_1553.jpg]
[Image: IMG_1554.jpg]
[Image: IMG_1556.jpg]
[Image: IMG_1557.jpg]

It's still sitting a little high from running it at the skate park on Kirk Road.
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#7
Looking good! Makes me want to stop buying vintage r/c cars and get something a little newer
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#7
Looking good! Makes me want to stop buying vintage r/c cars and get something a little newer
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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