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    Looks better

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozyFozy View Post
    Good work Greatscott
    Much better with the light bar
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    The updates continue...

    I bit the bullet and bought a Mamba X and 1400-1900KV system, along with the new Castle B-Link.

    After a little oops, I got the system installed correctly and everything seems to be working perfectly. To run sensored on this system the A, B, & C wires have to be in the corresponding slots in the ESC, if you are not running sensored, it does not matter. I traced out each wire from the motor and put its letter just above the bullet connector, smart, right? Well, somehow I crossed the A and B connectors, the motor does not like that, it makes terrible sounds and gets hot quickly. Luckily, it does not look like I damaged it.

    Throttle control in high and low gear is very good, and almost do not need the low gear, but it creeps so smoothly in low range. It scoots pretty good in high gear, and if I am at full throttle and let off the trigger suddenly it will flip forwards, on to its roof.

    I'll get a better sense of how it preforms this weekend and our club's monthly comp.

    The B-Link is nifty. It takes a bit of getting used to, and it is a bit different than the CastleLink program. It did not want to connect at first because I had bluetooth from my phone already going to my stereo, but as soon as I turned that off it connected right up. It is VERY handy to not have to take the RC into the house and connect it up to the computer. The process is slower though, and you cannot adjust settings on the fly. You have to link with it, make your adjustments, then tell it to upload, then turn off the ESC then back on, it uploads, reinitializes the ESC and you are set. The B-Link is waterproof and made to be installed into the RC, but at $50 each, I can't see buying one for each of my Castle systems (SV2 and newer). Instead, I am planning on running a short extender wire from the RX box, and just plug it in when I need to adjust something.

    My little 'oops' not withstanding, the install was quick and easy. Along with the stock electronics I also pulled the CC BEC out, the Mamba has an 8-amp BEC, which should be plenty. I am running the BEC at 7.5VDC, man the lights are bright now!!! Yes, the servo, LEDs and RX are all rated for that much voltage.

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    I don't really like the mess of wires around the B-link, but those will get cleaned up when the B-Link gets removed.

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    I think my next upgrade will be an aluminum motor mount. I might go simple like this one:

    https://www.amazon.com/Traxxas-Defen...X4+motor+mount

    Or, I might go for something more substantial, like this one:

    https://www.amazon.com/Aluminium-Tra...X4+motor+mount
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    Had it out at our local comp today...

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    I am not too pleased with my driving, but the truck and ESC/motor were excellent. The first course I was driving like a new kid for some reason and it took me half the course and about six gates before I pulled my head out of my butt and actually started driving like I know how to. The second course was a lot better, no gates and just a couple of reverses.

    The Mamba X and 1400-1900kv motor are rock solid, and stayed nice and cool. I was a little annoyed at the drag brake, thought it should have been more solid. But, it wasn't until after I finished the last course that I realized I ran both courses in high gear, and with the it in low gear the truck simply does not move on an incline.
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    Hey as long as you had a fun time, right? That's good the 1900kv did good out there. I have that same combo in my tf2 and loved it yesterday, lots of power and torque. But I'm jeolous that you got out to a comp.

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    How's that SPC battery working for you? I haven't had many great experiences with my 5600mah 2S battery in any of my trucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprinkletron View Post
    How's that SPC battery working for you? I haven't had many great experiences with my 5600mah 2S battery in any of my trucks.
    I have two of those 3S 4200mha SPC packs and they have been rock solid. I wish they were still open, my Gens Ace 2S 5000mha packs need replacing. I'll likely go with SMC packs next time.
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    Nice looking and clean rig. How did you control the rust? Almost every screw on my Defender is rusting.

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    New body, in progress, next step is to install and wire up the lights...

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    Looking forward to seeing the completed Cherokee

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    Nice! That looks like a sick body there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatscott View Post
    New body, in progress, next step is to install and wire up the lights...

    Looking Prittaay sharp!! Nice work.
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    I am about 98% done with this body...

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    Overall, this body is ok for the price, but it is one of the thinnest lexan bodies I have ever done. I was going to use liquid mask for the windows and the fenders, but I was afraid I'd easily punch through when I was trimming it.

    One of the things I wanted from this body was that nice detailed front grill with its light buckets, but still amazed that they did not do anything for the back, other than stickers. So, I improvised some light buckets, don't think it looks terrible.

    Originally all of the trim was going to be black, but my LHS had two roof racks in stock, and the black one weighed twice as much. So, I went with the brushed silver and made the rest of the trim to match.

    I am also trying out the rock light thing, I have them on a manual switch so I can turn them off when I am running in the day time. I am toying with getting rid of the diff lockers, if I do I'll have a channel freed up on my DX5R, and will use that with a Pico Switch to control the rock lights. Honestly, I am not terribly impressed so for with them, but I am reserving judgement until I run them on rocks in the dark.

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    Of course they'd be better with white LEDs in the middle instead of the blue, but I wanted to do something different. I do think I outdid myself, between the body and rock lights, there are 20 LEDs.
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    Looks great!
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    Did you enjoy cutting out the hole for the grille? That drove me crazy especially that insanely thin strip at the bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JatoTheRipper View Post
    Did you enjoy cutting out the hole for the grille? That drove me crazy especially that insanely thin strip at the bottom.
    Yeah, it made my eye twitch just a little bit, especially given how thin that lexan is, one little slip and it would have been all over.
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    Holy Moly! Dang! That is a good looking truck right there! Looks Awesome Greatscott!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traxxas9008 View Post
    Holy Moly! Dang! That is a good looking truck right there! Looks Awesome Greatscott!
    Many thanks...

    Doing a bit more work, threw on more stickers (think I am done), and some scale accessories. I was at the LHS today to see if they have spools and maybe pickup some scale stuff, didn't get either. The spools I'll explain below, but the scale stuff has gotten REALLY expensive! I looked at two Proline kits that were around $15 each the last time I bought them, they are now both around $30.

    Anyhow, here are some of the stickers...

    TRX4 by Scott O, on Flickr

    I have started populating the roof rack. I want some scale items up there, but I want to limit the amount of weight I have up there. For now I have attached two Axial ammo boxes and a small RC4WD winch anchor.

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    I think I have decided to spool up the diffs. The ability to lock and unlock the diffs is cool in itself, but has not been very useful for me, I do use the dog-snot out of the two-speed transmission. Also, the cable for the back diff got kinked at the servo some how, and is not pushing the locker to the unlocked position, so instead of replacing the cable I'll just lock both diffs up. That will free up a channel for turning on and off the rock lights remotely.

    As far as my LHS goes, seems as though their saga with Traxxas continues. I can see their gripe with the application to sell Traxxas parts, they have been selling Traxxas for years, why do they have to fill how a ridiculously long application? And, the application is REALLY intrusive, wanting bank statements, credit histories, and personal data, it seems like they are actually trying to push distributors and LHSs to not carry their parts or RCs. But, as much as I feel for their plight, as a customer, I really don't care. I can buy the parts online, although the spools themselves seem to be sold out, even on the Traxxas site, I want to support my LHS, I gave them first crack at my money, if they can't get what I want, then I go elsewhere.

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    There is a reason why I laugh when someone says they are finally done building or modifying their RC...

    I swapped out the locking diffs for spools this evening. I am glad I started with the front axles, having to take it off and all of the way apart was a pain. The back axle is REALLY easy!

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    Likely the hardest part of this was ripping out the servos, there is one screw under the battery tray that took me a while to find and was a bit of a bear to get out.
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    nice thread with great pics. thanks GreatScott
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    Finally got some night-time driving with the rock lights (I also fed every mosquito in Northern Idaho).

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    The blue is the blue rock light showing through the holes in the sled tracks.

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    Here is some video, the first one is ok, but it was a little too dark to get good video on the second one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJtctU3qLtM&t=2s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUnU23XYhS8
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    nice videos thanks for sharing



    Quote Originally Posted by Greatscott View Post
    Finally got some night-time driving with the rock lights (I also fed every mosquito in Northern Idaho).


    Here is some video, the first one is ok, but it was a little too dark to get good video on the second one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJtctU3qLtM&t=2s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUnU23XYhS8
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    Prepping for our annual Pacific North West East vs West comp this weekend. It is kind of like Axial Fest lite, in that, there will be a good number of us there for a weekend of competition, but no one cares what brand your rig is, as long as you are there to have fun, run your trucks, talk a little smack and have a good time.

    Along with competing there is also a cornucopia of RC debauchery that will ensue, including copious amounts of fun runs and night runs. For those, I am putting GoPro mounts on a couple of my RCs. The first one is Ol' Blue, which is a scale RC I built about a year before the original SCX10 came out, and has a Summit body. I have also installed a mount on a trailer, and took some test footage with it being drug by my TRX4. The beginning part of the video is really jittery because both rigs have been sitting on my workbench for about a week, so the tires have nice flat spots on them. But, it only took a couple of minutes on the warm concrete and pavement for them to get back into round, allowing for the video to smooth out. Also, I wanted to do a test upload with my new ISP, the 500mb file would have taken a couple of hours with my old ISP, my new ISP had the video ready to publish in under 10 minutes.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udaY...ature=youtu.be
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatscott View Post
    Finally got some night-time driving with the rock lights (I also fed every mosquito in Northern Idaho).

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    The blue is the blue rock light showing through the holes in the sled tracks.

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr

    TRX4 At Night by Scott O, on Flickr


    Here is some video, the first one is ok, but it was a little too dark to get good video on the second one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJtctU3qLtM&t=2s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUnU23XYhS8
    Might be a dumb question, but how did you turn your lights on and off? I noticed an update and now I have this on my dashboard


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    That must for for using Traxxas' LED controller. If you have a spare channel open, you should be able to configure that control to turn on and off the lights.

    As much as I like Traxxas RCs, I am not a fan of their controllers. For an RTR radio, they are pretty good, but there are a lot better, more configurable systems out there. I use a DX5R for most of my rigs.

    Right now, I am just using a waterproof power switch from a Castle ESC, it is low-tech, but it works. When I installed the rock lights I still had the locking diffs installed, so I was using all five channels of my DX5R. With that channel fried up, I might install a Pico Switch for turning them on and off from the controller.

    TRX4 Light Switch by Scott O, on Flickr

    Link to the Pico Switch:
    https://www.dimensionengineering.com...cts/picoswitch
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    Good looking Jeep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatscott View Post
    That must for for using Traxxas' LED controller. If you have a spare channel open, you should be able to configure that control to turn on and off the lights.
    Thank you for enlightening me as well on how to turn the lights on and off without physically rattling off that defender body and unplugging the light kit.
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    That is one good looking truck! Nice work!
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    Great build Scott, that body is killer. I love XJs

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    I'm loving how you added the proper headlights in the front of the Jeep. So a quick question.

    Where is that body from exactly?
    I have a Proline 2000 Jeep Cherokee xJ Body and the only thing thats missing is those killer lights in the front. (Its for a different truck that is not Traxxas) Got the truck before the TRX-4 Ford Bronco came out and I'm regretting it.
    Anyway, I'm enjoying following this build.

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    It is the Axial Cherokee body....

    https://www.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...SABEgKq3vD_BwE

    It looks good, but it has the thinnest lexan I have ever seen on a RC body. Because you have to leave a very thin strip of lexan on the bottom of the headlight/grill assembly, the front is very tedious to cut out. But, if you are patient, and take your time, you are rewarded with a nice looking shell.
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    Thank You! That helps a lot.
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    Awesome thread, just read through it and learned a lot!
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    I have recently gotten a 3D printer, and after printing a bunch of stuff to get the hang of the thing, I have printed my first "functional" RC part...

    An ESC mount...!

    Untitled by Scott O, on Flickr

    So, here is my TRX4 before...
    Untitled by Scott O, on Flickr

    It worked, but I wanted the on.off switch, but had no place to mount it, so it just kind of flopped around. I added the mount. The holes were printed around 3mm, but it did not take much to get the screws to spin freely, so I backed them with nylocks.
    Untitled by Scott O, on Flickr

    And, here it is all mounted up. I need to do a little bit of clean up on the wiring, but I am already liking the mount.

    Untitled by Scott O, on Flickr

    The Mamba-X kind of locks into the mount, but I am sure one good hit would dislodge it. I cleaned the mount and ESC with some isopropyl alcohol and then slapped the whole mess together with some industrial servo tape.

    If you are interested, here is a link to the file on Thingiverse.

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3427458

    And, for those running the HW 1080, here is the mount for that....

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3668792/files
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    The 3D printers open up a world of possibilities for RC vehicles. I may have to pick up another one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drivejumpfly View Post
    The 3D printers open up a world of possibilities for RC vehicles. I may have to pick up another one.
    No doubt!

    I have a few details to finish up, but I have my trailer about 95% completed, here it is on the back of my TRX4...

    The trailer is steel and a home-built (not by me), just about everything else is printed.

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    Very nice stuff im going to see if my buddy with a 3D printer can print out the hobbwing 1080 one might open up room. For a servo winch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schs2013 View Post
    Very nice stuff im going to see if my buddy with a 3D printer can print out the hobbwing 1080 one might open up room. For a servo winch.

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    Many thanks!

    The HW1080 is what I am running in my Tonka TRX4. I printed out the ESC mount for it, it is nice and tidy. It also makes installation easier in a tight space, only have to get one thing mounted instead of the ESC and power button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greatscott View Post
    Many thanks!

    The HW1080 is what I am running in my Tonka TRX4. I printed out the ESC mount for it, it is nice and tidy. It also makes installation easier in a tight space, only have to get one thing mounted instead of the ESC and power button.
    Well my buddy was able to help me out. Im planning on running a heyok servo winch using my CI electronics tray. This allows me to move my 1080 back to the stock location.

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    I was out running my TRX6 and this guy, was also testing the phone tripod mount I designed and printed.

    One headlight has been out for a while, I actually kind of liked it, added a bit of realism, especially for up here in N. Idaho. But, both have gone out now, so it is time to fix them. The body itself is really abused, but I am going to wait until next summer to paint another one up, it is too cold up here and the paint will not come out right.

    I also want to throw in an indicator to tell me if I am am in high or low gear. I might throw the roof rack on and receiver controller switch so that the lights will only be on if I am in low range.

    Here are a couple of videos...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuctJe90xig

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPGcM6cw4oA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulh-Zsmlq7I
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