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Thread: Kyosho blizzard df build!

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    Default Kyosho blizzard df build!

    I scored a new in the box unopened blizzard df300. I have never done a build online. So here goes!

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    I just ordered a large order of parts.

    Ae5 esc
    55t motor for testing.
    Airtronics servo
    Airtronics rx37 rx
    Full ball bearings
    Center plate for electric
    Motor plate
    Rubber strips for treds
    Rx box
    Ofnia 120,000 diff fluid
    Now waiting for the mail lady.

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    Nice! I built one of these and it was fun.

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    Hey nice to see you over here. I'm on rc snowcats too! I've got an ev that I love and my son keeps asking for his own blizzard so after a year I finally found one.

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    Getting ready for the tear down for bearings and electric conversion

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    The mail lady left my parts yahoo. I will be taking pictures of the conversion so you can do it to your blizzard.

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    Here is what's left of the Nitro blizzard.

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    All converted! Now I'm wanting for team blue groove to make me a new body. I'm saving the minty new one, and going to use the repop to cut up. Now for some soldering. I need to add motor leads and cut off the molded battery connecter.

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    Here are the parts I used. I buy tow sets of tracks one for street use and extended trail runs. The other is for scale looks.

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    ...Looks like a cool project. I'm curious to see your scratchbuild body for this vehicle. The technical aspect is very interesting, too: Steering by breaking the one or other side; never seen such a steering before. Typically these vehicles have two motors, don't they? Please report how this works. Thanks for Sharing, Regards Jens
    Scale Virus infected!

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