It’s Time To Build The Tamiya Bruiser

Mar 02, 2012 4 Comments by

It’s time–I’m starting the Bruiser build, and I plan to document it in photos and video as I go.

I’m already aware that others on the world wide interwebz have their own builds of this truck going.  Save your snippy comments for Kevin Hetmanski’s weekly RC Show performance.  I plan to offer some different building tips, tricks, and a bit of off the wall humor along the way.  This is how I build my vehicles and I’d love for you to come along for the ride.

I have no plans to build this Bruiser in record time, so be patient.  I have lots of MW3 to play lots of work projects going.  I want to do this truck up the right way.  So however long it takes is how long it takes.  I know the finished product will be worth it.

Check back here and follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.  I’ll post both places and will welcome your questions & comments about the truck.  Let’s have some fun.

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4 Responses to “It’s Time To Build The Tamiya Bruiser”

  1. Johan Rojer says:

    Stephen,
    I will be looking forward to your updates on this project.
    This car has a special place in my heart since it is the car that sparked the “RC Flame” in me way back when i was 11 years old. Now i am 38, a father of 2 boys age 6 and 8 and i am still racing with my buddies from my local club. Enjoy the build and please keep us posted as much as possible!

    Greetz,

    Johan Rojer
    Curacao – Netherlands Antilles

  2. Ryan Peters says:

    Send me the truck when you finish building it

  3. Bill Skoros says:

    A cooworker just picked one up from the LHS and brought it in to open it. Looks sweet, but more $$ then I am willing to spend. very interested in the build along though.

  4. Sergio says:

    So where’s the build?

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