Struck gold gto

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Submitted By
Christopher Solomon
Clinton Township , Michigan , United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title Struck gold gto
Vehicle Class Other
Vehicle Class Other Street bash/drag car
Chassis Brand Traxxas
Chassis Model Lcg traxxas slash
Body Brand Pro-Line
Body Model 1970 Pontiac Gto
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Spektrum 4000kv motor
Speed Control Brand and Model 85amp Spektrum esc 3s rated combo kit motor/esc
Battery Brand and Model Spektrum 3s lipo 5000mah 100c
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model Duratrax c2 bandito
Shocks Brand and Model Traxxas Gtr shocks w/ hot racing springs
Axles Brand and Model Integy heavy duty 2wd drive shafts
Paint Brand and Model Tamiya 2 tone color changing paint (pink/gold , purple/green and gun metal black to blackout the paint job.
Scale Accessories Brand and Model 1/10 scale lcg traxxas slash 2wd
Radio System Brand and Model Futaba 3prka transmitter and receiver
Other Options Brand and Model Rpm A-arms , Integy drive shafts , rpm transmission case, traxxas jato 54t mod .8 spur gear , Robinson racing 15t pinion
Further Description/Back Story I’m Chris just your average rc car hobbyist from Michigan who has a major passion for rc cars just for fun. Never got into professional racing…just bashing. My drag/ street car bash build came about after getting bored with my monster slash build when I took interest in the drag car scene catching my eye as to how cool they looked seeing that I love muscle cars especially from the 60’s ,70’s ,80’s era and wanted to build my own muscle car rc replica with a few simple customization twist. A drag car but with street bashing capabilities. I give myself a big pat on the back for how well it came together with my creativeness to create a monster that does about 60mph or little more with 70mph being max cause of the system I’m running. seeing that I never really clocked it mph because of only driving it at quarter throttle before it wants to flip lol. A 1/10th scale rocket that was inexpensively built !

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