AfterDune Delight

AfterDune Delight

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Submitted By
John James
MENIFEE, CA, United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title AfterDune Delight
Vehicle Class Buggy, Other
Vehicle Class Other 1/10 scale Sand Drag
Chassis Brand Traxxas
Chassis Model Slash 2WD
Body Brand Other
Body Model JConcepts BAJR
Other Body Brand and Model BAJR by JConcepts
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Traxxas VXL
Speed Control Brand and Model Traxxas VXL-3S
Battery Brand and Model Traxxas 3C 5000 MAH 11.1V
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model BAAD Billet 2 pc. polished Performance Cut light weight drag wheels.
Proline Mohawk Front Tires
Proline Dumont Rear Tires
Shocks Brand and Model Proline PowerStroke shocks front and rear
Axles Brand and Model Traxxas 9450
Paint Brand and Model Duratrax
Metallic Burgundy
Silver Streak backing color
Light System Brand and Model BAAD Racing custom billet light bar
Radio System Brand and Model Traxxas TQI 2.4 GHz 3 channel
Other Options Brand and Model BAAD Long Arms front and rear-polished
BAAD Turn Buckles-polished
BAAD Extended Tie Rods
INTEGY Bellcranks, Shock Towers, Axle Carrier, Steering Blocks, Caster Blocks, Tie Bar, Bulkhead, Skids Plates,…all polished.
Proline Wheelie Bar
RPM Velocity Hood Stacks
PRM Tie Rod Ends
STRC Polished Battery Tie Down
STRC Wheelie Bar Mount
Gears Traxxas 23T-86T
Traxxas Servo 2255
Pro Series Magnum 272 R Transmission
Anodized Purple Body Clips
Traxxas Anodized Antenna fastener
Further Description/Back Story I currently have 43 RC's in my collection. The majority of them have been customized by me using styrene, custom made pieces and painting. My collection attracts a lot of attention with my friends, family and neighbors. Most often the kids in the neighborhood gain so much interest in the hobby after seeing my RC's that they hound their parents for an RC adding another enthusiast to the hobby. In December of 2021 I received a copy of the RC Action Gear Guide 2022 in the mail. I thought how cool it would be to create a completely customized RC using parts that can be picked up at my local shop or ordered online. I thought it would be a great showcase in my collection to show people what can be done with all the custom bolt-on parts now available. In recent years drag cars have become a very popular style and since speed is always a must, I chose to build a Long Arm Sand Drag that will not only blast through the sand at high speed with tons of travel but would also look right at home in my collection as a shelf queen. I'm extremely proud of this build and I hope it inspires new hobbyists and those who may not have the talent to use styrene, soldering irons or air brush systems to create a killer RC by simply using catalogs, websites and their wallet.

Build Process Photos

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