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John Parks

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Did a rebuild the last couple days. New bearings, everything got cleaned and wiped down. New lightweight scorpion chassis, new arms and tie rods. These fozzie rc steer arms are insanely huge!

Also got some 2 new wheels and tires and a whole bunch of goodies for my losi 5ive-t build.
 

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Did a rebuild the last couple days. New bearings, everything got cleaned and wiped down. New lightweight scorpion chassis, new arms and tie rods. These fozzie rc steer arms are insanely huge!

Also got some 2 new wheels and tires and a whole bunch of goodies for my losi 5ive-t build.
Dear John,
This is a radical update from a stock Losi 5ive-T.
What company or companies did you purchase your updated parts from?
Very cool.
Best Regards,
William E. Burrows Jr.
 

John Parks

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Dear John,
This is a radical update from a stock Losi 5ive-T.
What company or companies did you purchase your updated parts from?
Very cool.
Best Regards,
William E. Burrows Jr.
The pics above are of my baja. As for parts I got most of it from Detroit performance and some from dave discount motors. I went with the pro-am kit from rcmax along with billet diffs, upgraded servos, flm drive cups and axle shafts, built shocks, 30 degree north body, and the list continues. Will be ordering a 65cc big bore from Detroit performance also
 
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The pics above are of my baja. As for parts I got most of it from Detroit performance and some from dave discount motors. I went with the pro-am kit from rcmax along with billet diffs, upgraded servos, flm drive cups and axle shafts, built shocks, 30 degree north body, and the list continues. Will be ordering a 65cc big bore from Detroit performance also
Now that explains it.
Upgrading to a 65cc motor must take a lot of beefing up everything.
Good Luck.
 
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