New SCT body

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#1
Here's a couple of shots of my new SCT body. From seeing a lot of the rules for SCT, I don't think I can actually use this body, which is too bad.
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[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#1
Here's a couple of shots of my new SCT body. From seeing a lot of the rules for SCT, I don't think I can actually use this body, which is too bad.
[Image: _DSC0028.jpg][Image: _DSC0026.jpg]
[Image: _DSC0024.jpg]
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#2
That'd make a good comp crawler body for me! LOL Looks good!
GIT-R-DONE racin team
bubbaracing(hillbilly deluxe)stratcat(long haired hillbilly)Addicted to Nitro(Redneck#2)
Hoobajoob(Greek hillbilly!)Racin' Ranger1(Lil' hillbilly)
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#2
That'd make a good comp crawler body for me! LOL Looks good!
GIT-R-DONE racin team
bubbaracing(hillbilly deluxe)stratcat(long haired hillbilly)Addicted to Nitro(Redneck#2)
Hoobajoob(Greek hillbilly!)Racin' Ranger1(Lil' hillbilly)
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#3
so, after a day of racing, the body didn't really hold up as good as I hoped. The lexan is very thin in some places and it tore rather easy. Kind of bummed out that its so expensive and rather fragile. I have another proline body for my monster truck, and it's really thick compared to this one. The amount of abuse an SCT takes, they should be a little more durable.

Here's a better picture
[Image: _DSC0031.jpg]
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#3
so, after a day of racing, the body didn't really hold up as good as I hoped. The lexan is very thin in some places and it tore rather easy. Kind of bummed out that its so expensive and rather fragile. I have another proline body for my monster truck, and it's really thick compared to this one. The amount of abuse an SCT takes, they should be a little more durable.

Here's a better picture
[Image: _DSC0031.jpg]
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#4
wow. gold rims!!
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$$
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#4
wow. gold rims!!
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#5
firesprink281 Wrote:wow. gold rims!!

Green for the money and Gold for the honeys! That's how I roll. Just like the archbishop don magic juan

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#5
firesprink281 Wrote:wow. gold rims!!

Green for the money and Gold for the honeys! That's how I roll. Just like the archbishop don magic juan

[Image: magic1.jpg]
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#6
whahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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$$
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#6
whahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#7
Here's a new body, since i killed the last one. It's not the version for the slash, but for something like the MGT, E-revo ect. It's .060" thick as compared to the .040" slash version. The first time around, i should have limited the amount of front suspension travel since the tires came in contact with the fenders. This time, i ended up adding a 1/4" spacer in the shock shaft and moving the lower ball end in one hole. I'm sure it may cause issues with handling but i'm not that great of a racer, so I can live with it.

I shot this image with a $19 lens..it's some kind of polish or chinese lens that I got off of tech4less. It's not that great but I just had to try it out
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Night shot..trying out some long exposures. This is of two images, the first of the bug, then I shot my camera vertical into the sky for 30 seconds to capture the stars.

[Image: nighttime.jpg]
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#7
Here's a new body, since i killed the last one. It's not the version for the slash, but for something like the MGT, E-revo ect. It's .060" thick as compared to the .040" slash version. The first time around, i should have limited the amount of front suspension travel since the tires came in contact with the fenders. This time, i ended up adding a 1/4" spacer in the shock shaft and moving the lower ball end in one hole. I'm sure it may cause issues with handling but i'm not that great of a racer, so I can live with it.

I shot this image with a $19 lens..it's some kind of polish or chinese lens that I got off of tech4less. It's not that great but I just had to try it out
[Image: _DSC0164.jpg]

Night shot..trying out some long exposures. This is of two images, the first of the bug, then I shot my camera vertical into the sky for 30 seconds to capture the stars.

[Image: nighttime.jpg]
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#8
here's both of my bugs. The Lst will eventually get the same top as the blitz when I get some more cash..
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#8
here's both of my bugs. The Lst will eventually get the same top as the blitz when I get some more cash..
[Image: _DSC0176.jpg]
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#9
star filled skies? now that's a glamor shot. lol
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$$
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#9
star filled skies? now that's a glamor shot. lol
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#10
here's a new racing body and new tires for winter's at LH
[Image: suburbs.jpg]

keeping with the green 'n gold theme
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#10
here's a new racing body and new tires for winter's at LH
[Image: suburbs.jpg]

keeping with the green 'n gold theme
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#11
Gene Wrote:so, after a day of racing, the body didn't really hold up as good as I hoped. The lexan is very thin in some places and it tore rather easy. Kind of bummed out that its so expensive and rather fragile. I have another proline body for my monster truck, and it's really thick compared to this one. The amount of abuse an SCT takes, they should be a little more durable.

Here's a better picture
[Image: _DSC0031.jpg]

This picture is in the new (1/11) RC driver mag under show offs! It's a cropped version;that I submitted. I didn't even think it would get in as I'm sure they get a ton of pics every month.
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#11
Gene Wrote:so, after a day of racing, the body didn't really hold up as good as I hoped. The lexan is very thin in some places and it tore rather easy. Kind of bummed out that its so expensive and rather fragile. I have another proline body for my monster truck, and it's really thick compared to this one. The amount of abuse an SCT takes, they should be a little more durable.

Here's a better picture
[Image: _DSC0031.jpg]

This picture is in the new (1/11) RC driver mag under show offs! It's a cropped version;that I submitted. I didn't even think it would get in as I'm sure they get a ton of pics every month.
[url]www.gearworkstire.com /url]
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#12
This is an awesome looking RC Buggy, Gene. I had a very similar one back in the day. Mine way red and white.
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#12
This is an awesome looking RC Buggy, Gene. I had a very similar one back in the day. Mine way red and white.
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#13
Looks good Gene!
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#13
Looks good Gene!
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