Full Pull 502 Big Block 1/10

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hey guys, i not sure if its ok to post this , because when im done it will an r/c. but there nothing stock on this truck from a kit . there a cross between , tdr , rc4wd, tamiya and some scratch parts

well its been awhile . but wait to see what i have instored for this project.
i started with a bruiser stock chassis
i cant use the center cross member, or the front cross member
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rc4wd has dual shock mounts for the tf2, but you can also put them on the bruiser chassis. i only had to drill one hole
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today ive install a 12mm hub convesion kit made by rc4wd part # Z-S0107
this will let me put any style tire and rim on it. but if you deside to keep the stock axles , rc4wd also make a new style rim for the bruiser only
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also if you look closely, you ll notice that all the white plastic parts that come with the bruiser kit is black . tamiya makes a complete black set
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i picked up some rc4wd 90mm shocks (z-d0002) , i beleive the red is discontinued but they do come in silver and black
ive installed 2x in each corner
also the hub nuts match (Z-S0756)
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so these next pictures show a lot
to get the 502 in it. i had to take alittle off the front cross member
next i had to move the steering bell crank forward. steering works perfect
i have red rod tips coming in. this will make it look so much better
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here's a more of an overview
im useing rc4wd steel drive shafts (VVV-S0004, VVV-S0002)

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i prefitted the 502 and made some adjustments and also made some motor mounts
not sure if any body ever saw one of these engine , but there made by rc4wd ( Z-S0059 )
the 540 can motor fits right inside it and has a built in transfer case
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next is a radiator, hose, hood scoops and fake electric fans
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added pull some tires and rims, these are from rc4wd ( Z-T0070, Z-W0135 )

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thank guys!
made a weight box
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added some more detail
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alittle more on the wiring

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little more done today
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front weight box is done
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rear bumper and lenses came in
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all red tips came in
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started on the interior
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all done with the red truck
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even though the floor isnt done, i still need to work in the shop.
i upgrade my pull trucks brakes from drum to disc
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hooker headers , hooked me up with a set of zoomies, i beleive i have enough room to fit them

baer brake systems , set me up with a set of quad caliber disc brakes. i also beleive i can make these work on this truck.

tryin something new. both companies said it will take about a week to get here

also ive knowest, im taking on to much paint fumes lol!!

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good idea to post it here, its an RC but this is a masterpiece of modeling :wub:

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that's a nice looking chassis.

What materials are used in it's construction?

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WICKED TOY!!

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that's a nice looking chassis.

What materials are used in it's construction?

the chassia is a tamiya bruiser . i think this chassis would be awesome for an upgrade for the 1/8 cars. not sure yet

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This is a totally cool build!! Nice work. Glad to see you posting it

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Love this Joe! Beautiful as always.

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good idea to post it here, its an RC but this is a masterpiece of modeling :wub:

Love this Joe! Beautiful as always.

thank you everybody, watching you guys building these awesome , jaw dropping models , is giving me ideas for my r/c builds. guys over at the r/c forums are loving it

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interesting build Joe, I think it looks awesome

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interesting build Joe, I think it looks awesome

everytime i look at it, theres more to add in detail. i cant wait for the brake kit to get here. thanks man

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today i removed the chevy 502 engine, reason is i need to add electric motor to it, with a little help from john cena lol!, i was able to it quiickly.
also while i have it out i will add the zoomie headers when they get here. time to add some electronic to it too.

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so i received in my baer disc brake kit in from shapeways, really happy with it and the material is awesome

for this to work on my r/c truck, i needed to make mounts on the rear axle, havent done the fronts yet ,

for the bruise rear, it has 2 screws that bolt the rear halves together, which great, so i made the the mounting .

next i have to make mounting for the disc caliber. so i went with like a half moon . next mounting the disc itself to the toyota bruiser hub, once i did all this, it all bolted right up. the disc moves freely in the caliber and the rims just misses the caliber

so everything went well for the rears

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passenger side discs and calibers are mounted and the wheels spin freely . another good day

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thanks to tdr i was able to buy , mod, and fit disc brakes and calibers to my tamiya bruiser

still need to install the brake lines, hopefully to i will have them made

shes also ready for engine installation

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today, ive installed the engine , hooked up the steering servo, made some adjustments here and there , next is the electronics

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