The Orlandoo Hunter 1/35 micro scaler

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The Orlandoo Hunter 1/35 micro scaler

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I know I know, I can't even keep up with the g10 demands but this little guy is just too cool. 1/35 scale 4x4 KIT! Yes, KIT!
Ended up buying it all from Hobby King, the truck is $50, the motor $4, speed control with light set $10, metal gear set $3, etc. It came to $100 shipped 8) just add receiver. I'm pretty stoked as its a kit that requires fitting and drilling, not just slapping it together. The lighting kit that is included is crazy small and built into the speed control, which also drives the steering servo so it can steal the signal for the turn indicators.

I'll update as I build it up. For now, just some teasers
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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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You didnt include the magnifing glass to see it with ! :lol: DON

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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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and I thought my fingers hurt with the losi 1/24th scale...oooohhh and my frustration level just upped a couple levels just thinking about that small hardware...hairs standing up on the back of my neck even :lol:
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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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My eyes just told me to forget that this exists..... :shock:
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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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If it goes together well and looks the part, it might get the alloy axles. They are stunning! And only $70 :mrgreen:
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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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cool cant wait to see. been seeing it. another fb page a guy built it, and jumped on those axles

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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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That looks really cool. Everything is so tiny.

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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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It makes my hands look big!

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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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I built the tires first, an old habit! Dang it's a tight fit with the foams!
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Here's a few size comparisons- stock rc10 ball joint and short 4-40 screw...
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Started building the axles. Full bearings, no diff
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That's it for today! My eyes hurt :mrgreen:
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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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No way, that is so cool mate.. Looking forward to this :mrgreen:

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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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I love it!!!

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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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8) 8)

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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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I need one of these for crawling around the desk when I need a break from work! :mrgreen:
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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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Minor update, lacking a lot of time lately. Got the gearboxes done and shocks built. Broke the Allen wrench in half so the rest of the ball joints will be fun to install!
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Do my Trump hands make this unit look small?
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Re: As if I didn't have enough projects part 32, the Orlando

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hell, my eyes hurt just looking at it let alone thinking of working on something this small :lol:

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