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    Question E-Revo Street build Review

    Well let me start with fun factor 10+ Up grades as listed RPM arms, HR axle carriers with brake rotors, Rally front bumper 6 light LED kit, On-road wheels and tires, home made lowing kit, Kyle Busch body and 3 cell lipo. I am open to here your thoughts on this one.

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    I love it got any photos with the body off??
    ERBE, LaTrax Rally, E Jato, and Spartan

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    lights installed in body over all from the top and inner wheel area

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    Sweet great job!! Having a full sized ERBE my 1/16 is a shelf queen and I've been trying to figure out what the heck to do with it.
    ERBE, LaTrax Rally, E Jato, and Spartan

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    Looks good! Great job on the led's.
    Have you thought about the shorter A arms & sway kit?

    There's something about these minis that I enjoy more than the bigger ones. That's just me I guess.

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    Yes I did think about the shorter arm and sway bar kit however I did but I spent my $$$$$ on other upgrades lol. If you don't look out before you know it you have spent more money than you wanted to It really handles very well and my goal was to have something a little different than the next guy. I believe a have accomplished that one .

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    E-revo tire set #4 love this thing

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    Some new parts to be installed aluminum bumper, front aluminum bumper and aluminum turnbuckles

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    Nice! What about HR tie rods (have to purchase the rods and ends separately) and sway bars?
    Post pics when installed please.
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    installed

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    Turnbuckles are awesome and the aluminum front bumper keeps the front end down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rc4x4rigs View Post
    Turnbuckles are awesome and the aluminum front bumper keeps the front end down.

    -I have those Hot-Racing pushrods/toe links whatever... Love them by eye. Hate them on bashing. I have already put new ends... but those things just get more and more slop everybash and eventually pops out the alloy ring where the ball sites. Crap. If you are just doing speed runs... it could last a little more... but honestly it's not an upgrade for bashing... more for looks! It works yes, but wears out fast!

    Prefer the plastic with steel hollow balls! Don't know about the durabillity of the fancy red alloy traxxas ones... but think it's better then these HRacing ones since the ball ends eyes are plastic and need the steel hollow balls!

    Just my 2 cents about it...

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    As you can see from the photos is truck does not get bashed on. On road oval racing only. Lol all ball end are metal no plastic one here.

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    dye some parts like the cleaner look

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