Go Back   oOple.com Forums > Members List

Crashtest33 Crashtest33 is offline

Senior Member

Visitor Messages

Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 3 of 3
  1. isobarik
    If you can find the parts for it go ahead well Yeah thats tja hard part to get i have only parts for one more so keeping them invaderade i wanna build or duplicate havent decided yet
  2. Welshy40
    Mmm possibly my car, since i started many have based their design on mine. You can do either a tub as fibrelyte still make it or my narrower one or whatever suits your style. The cf gearbox plates also get made by them but you need to locate a couple of packs of LA112 to build the rear gearbox and a cf motor plate from fibrelyte with countersinks on the plate where the gearbox screws come through from L brace as i reversed to give more space to fit a vts slipper clutch. Youll need alcyons layshaft as well, it was fun designing that.
  3. Welshy40
    Hi Nick, hope all is well. Youd probably find it impossible, yes i copied the flat bits with fibrelyte but spares are impossible to find, kyosho have non either. If your looking to run it dont waste your time, its fragile, more so than tamiya plastic kits, gearboxes snap due to chassis flex and various other issues occur as well, plus car is awful on high grip and more suited to dust clay tracks. You could pick a built one up between 500 up to 1200 if one becomes for sale.

About Me

  • About Crashtest33
    I'm one sexy mo-fo!
    Royston, Herts, UK
    Sport (Skiing, Rugby), Kids
    Bioscience Engineer
    Favorite Music
    Everything. Son of a Musician.
  • My RC's
    List of cars raced / owned
    Area of RC interest
    10th Off Road
    Sticks or Wheel
    Local RC Track / Club
    Westmill Farm
    Favorite ever RC track or RC destination
    Robin Hood
  • Signature
    "If it hurts, it's probably worth it."


Total Posts
Visitor Messages
General Information
  • Last Activity: 01-02-2021
  • Join Date: 16-07-2012
  • Referrals: 1


Showing Friends 1 to 10 of 15

All times are GMT. The time now is 05:28 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2024, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.