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    2017 Traxxas TCP/TRX-3 Build

    Ive been hunting for parts for over 2 years now and i was finally able to finish a TCP build with all original parts 😃 Fibre Lyte UK front & rear shock towers and the Body from Team Blue Groove Canada for the authentic replica body, the genuine TCP/TRX3 decals, front bulkhead & motor plate were the hardest to find! A HUGE thanks to JerrysMaxx for contributing to my Build with the motor plate #2690 without you i couldn't finish my build you my friend are an amazing human being, did I mention he shipped it to me for free i wanted to paypal him for the part and shipping and he did not want to except the money great dude! Thank you bro! below is the photo album link:

    https://theworldoftraxxas.shutterfly.com/pictures/808
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    Awesome buid! Wish I could find a motor mount, I'm missing only that on my black TCP.

    He Who Dies With the Most Toys Wins.

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    Looks good!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielhr77 View Post
    Awesome buid! Wish I could find a motor mount, I'm missing only that on my black TCP.

    Thank you bro! dam man if i find one or come across one i will ship it to you free of charge. If it wasnt for Jerry i would of never finished my build so the least i can do is to do the same!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmauld View Post
    Looks good!!
    Thank you jmauld appreciate it, tcp is my 1/10 buggy of all time
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    I think I want that transmission for my bandit! Is it just a smaller case with the standard internals?

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    Gmoney, awesome job on the build and glad I could help you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmauld View Post
    I think I want that transmission for my bandit! Is it just a smaller case with the standard internals?
    yes i believe it is but if you are running a BL system in your bandit i wouldn't recommend it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerrysMaxx View Post
    Gmoney, awesome job on the build and glad I could help you!

    Jerry
    Jerry man thanks again for the help i couldnt do it without your help god bless!!! it came out awesome
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    Beautiful machine! I am looking to get into vintage racing and I have been contemplating building a TRX3. But from my research and seeing posts like this...I may not be able to find the parts to build one! Yikes

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. danielhr77's Avatar
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    An SRT should be quite easy to build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRS View Post
    Beautiful machine! I am looking to get into vintage racing and I have been contemplating building a TRX3. But from my research and seeing posts like this...I may not be able to find the parts to build one! Yikes
    Thanks TRS I appreciate it, it took me 2 years hunting down parts for the TCP/TRX3 build. If you do try to build one i wish you lots of luck it was definitely worth it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by danielhr77 View Post
    An SRT should be quite easy to build.
    Honestly at this point in time i think an SRT would be just as hard to build
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