B1M mid motor RC10

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Re: B1M mid motor RC10

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Tricky bit is drilling the chassis to line up with the existing holes on the the bottom of the bulkhead . But fits great but will it handle :?: will see

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Re: B1M mid motor RC10

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Thanks for the info - looking forward to your driving impressions!
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Re: B1M mid motor RC10

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tOnio wrote: Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:55 pm
Even if for me, an RC10 is with a rear motor.
We all agree... but on carpet/turf, a rear motor just doesn't cut the mustard. A B1M does it very decently, though! But, agree with you, it isn't an RC10 any more...

Heck, on my OIN B1M, I think the only original RC10 part left is the tub, the battery cups, some wing tubes (not for long as I will install B5M mounts...), and the inners of the transmission :roll:

Northee's got a proper stealth in his :)
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Re: B1M mid motor RC10

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Would love the tekin mid conversion , but it’s finding one
Would love the tekin mid conversion , but it’s finding one

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Re: B1M mid motor RC10

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Yes, true, but not quite an RC10 any more, even back then :lol:

(have you run it btw? How does it feel on the track?)
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