Bigfoot 1

Bigfoot 1

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Submitted By
Raymond Guttmann
Tacoma, WA, United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title Bigfoot 1
Vehicle Class Scale, Monster Truck
Chassis Brand Axial
Chassis Model SCX10 Dingo kit
Body Brand Custom
Body Model Jconcepts
Custom Body Brand and Model 1979 Ford F-250 Monster Truck Body
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Dual Silent Speed 27T Brushed Fixed End Bell Competition Motor
Speed Control Brand and Model Hobbywing QUICRUN 880 ESC
Battery Brand and Model SMC True Spec DV Extreme 7.4V 5200mAh
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model Jconcepts Firestorm tire mounted on Jconcepts tribute wheels
Shocks Brand and Model RC4WD 90mm Internal spring shocks with the springs removed
Axles Brand and Model Axial AX10 with 3d printed Leaf spring mounts from DiazDesignsrc
Paint Brand and Model Tamiya PS-59 Dark Matallic Blue backed with Tamiya black with spaz sticks chrome on the bumpers
Graphics Brand and Model Vintage BIGFOOT® 4×4, INC Decal Set from J.B. Scale Graphics
Scale Accessories Brand and Model Mock carbs and rollbar came from the Traxxas Bigfoot
Light System Brand and Model None
Radio System Brand and Model Spektrum DX5 Rugged
Sound System Brand and Model None
Other Options Brand and Model Truck has a bunch of other little things to make it work the Leaf Spring shackles also came from DiazDesignsrc and to get clearance for those shacked I had to install some Hot Racing Axial Wheel Hub Extensions. The truck has a Hot Racing aluminum transmission case with a dual motor plate which gives the truck plenty of power to turn those big meats and keep the temps cool, The truck also has SMT10 Diff gears, so everything is happy and works together with no binding
Further Description/Back Story Wanting an RC of Bigfoot was the whole reason I got into the hobby over 20 years ago, but seeing at the time there was nothing Affordable that looked good, I just painted a blue Super duty body for my Emaxx and called it a day. A few years later I saw an SCX10 and noticed the Axles had a beefy looking pumpkin which to me looked like the old 5 Ton axles monster trucks used back in the early days, so I got one in late 2013 and have been modding it ever since and this truck is the result, This is also a class legal build for Retro monster class that is ran all over the US.

Build Process Photos

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