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Thread: Building the MST CFX-W

  1. #41
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    You've given this sweet Rig a whole new level of COOL!!!!! Love the body too. Very cool upgrades to the suspension as well. Boom Racing makes good stuff.... sometimes underrated.
    The Cross RC body was just the icing on a pretty sweet cake you've got there!

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    Thank you very much! Still doing work here after finishing 700 gates of Brian Parker Recon G6 madness! Twisted off one stock front driveshaft and that's it!



    Sent from over here
    Lots of plans but no time to execute...

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    WOW!!!
    That Rig has really proven itself. Are the Portal Axles enough of an advantage to warrant the almost $100 extra over the standard CFX?
    This may very well be the BEST of the "knockoffs!!!

    I'm sure sold!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldfartRC View Post
    WOW!!!
    That Rig has really proven itself. Are the Portal Axles enough of an advantage to warrant the almost $100 extra over the standard CFX?
    This may very well be the BEST of the "knockoffs!!!

    I'm sure sold!
    Worth every penny! Lol. It honestly changes the way you drive and look for tire placement (especially with tiny tires). Having added the CMS just enhances the Scale appearance and ability to drive it too.


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    AWESOME!!
    Like I've already said.... I'm SOLD on this!!
    Is the motor in the right position for slipping one of the "engine" motor covers over, and have it in the correct spot, if I had an opening hood?


    Carmine A., Tucson, AZ.
    One CC-01, one Holiday Buggy, and a HG P402, that I'm trying to turn into a REAL Rig!!

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    It's in a good spot but some may say it's a little high. I plan to use an engine cover on this in the near future.


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