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4wd Tamiya SRB (I would still call it a SRB...)

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Started with the basic idea of SRB, pretty much keep a tiny bit of SRB and some after market structural geometry. Plenty of custom made, CNC & hand made parts too.

Together also show my out of whack Mugen Bulldog lol ;)
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As promised, my out of whack Mugen Bulldog lol ;)
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Two Fantastic builds!!
We need more pictures of the rear transmission on the SRB :D
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I like what you did with that SRB chassis. Is the top of the transmission open?

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shodog wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:35 am I like what you did with that SRB chassis. Is the top of the transmission open?
The rear is only a MIP so tranny

The front use the innards of the cable drive 4x400 conversion but supported by custom graphite sides. In short, the front tranny is WIDE OPEN! ;)

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That looks like a build of the month winner , probably build of the year winner . Very tidy ,well done sir .
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Dadio wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2018 7:43 am That looks like a build of the month winner , probably build of the year winner . Very tidy ,well done sir .
Thanks for your kind words. How to enter the 'build of the month'?? ;)

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tiger1 wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:52 pm
Dadio wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2018 7:43 am That looks like a build of the month winner , probably build of the year winner . Very tidy ,well done sir .
Thanks for your kind words. How to enter the 'build of the month'?? ;)
well if you don't know just click on the link on the tittle page but i'm sure you already know that :wink:
i love the Bulldog as well !
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Dadio wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2018 6:12 pm
tiger1 wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2018 3:52 pm
Dadio wrote: Wed Jan 03, 2018 7:43 am That looks like a build of the month winner , probably build of the year winner . Very tidy ,well done sir .
Thanks for your kind words. How to enter the 'build of the month'?? ;)
well if you don't know just click on the link on the tittle page but i'm sure you already know that :wink:
i love the Bulldog as well !
Thanks for your kind words. Got it :)

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Really nice Tiger. 8)

The rear cage is a work of art.
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1300GT wrote: Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:29 am Really nice Tiger. 8)

The rear cage is a work of art.
Thank you for your kind words :)

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