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Thread: Johnny builds an MST CFX Ford Bronco

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagabba View Post
    Looking great, love the wheels!
    Thanks! The good folks at GCM Racing know what they're doing.

    Quote Originally Posted by tossedman View Post
    I'm loving it! Great paint choice.
    Yay! I saw a picture of a 1:1 restomod Bronco that was in a similar color and knew immediately that's the way I was going.

    Quote Originally Posted by RexRacer19 View Post
    That is looking really fantastic! The proportions are perfect.
    Thanks! I'm pretty happy with the stance and overall look. It's been a fun build.

  2. #32

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    I got the li'l Bronco out on the trails for a shakedown mile. My, my, my... it's fun! I'm not really surprised. Just happy.


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr

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    How capable are the MST CFX trucks? Any others you'd care to compare it to?
    Cheers eh!
    Todd

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    Quote Originally Posted by tossedman View Post
    How capable are the MST CFX trucks? Any others you'd care to compare it to?
    I've only had it out on a couple of short runs (~1 mile each), but I was happy with how well sorted the chassis was for the type of trails I typically go out on. Body movements are well controlled. The transmission is smooth. Side hilling needs a delicate touch with that high motor (I think the CMX might have an advantage there, with the CFX maybe having an edge with hill climbs, but I haven't driven the mid motor version). The big soft lugs and soft foams of the MT/Rs certainly contributed to the mild tippy-ness. The short wheelbase makes it pretty maneuverable. Small skid minimizes high centering.

    So yeah, first impressions are positive. I'm really happy.

    Compared to other rigs?

    It's far more capable than the similarly sized CC-01. CC-01 probably has a lower COG (and the IFS if that's what you're looking for). Just about every other comparison would likely go in favor of the MST.

    It seems more solid, powerful and well sorted than the Barrage (out of the box, anyway). Larger pumpkins, though.

    I don't have a TF2 to compare it to. If someone wants to send me one I'd be happy to provide a comparison :)

    Bonus photos from the first trail run...


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr

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    I decided to throw some more challenging terrain at Alan and Bucky because that sort of thing makes me happy. I'm still finding the limits with this tiny truck, but I've been impressed with its performance so far.



    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr


    MST CFX Ford Bronco by johnny anguish, on Flickr

  6. #36
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    I've got to get me one of those. Looks great. I'm sold!
    Cheers eh!
    Todd

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    Here's a little video to prove that it actually runs...


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