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Thread: Midland's Polaris RZR Attempt

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    Default Midland's Polaris RZR Attempt

    After seeing Noob bought Kev's RZR project, I figured I'd post a few shots of the one I built a while ago. The brushless combo made this so much fun to drive. Like a golf cart on a 200 shot of NOS.


    Chassis is a vxl 1/16 Slash. I'll concede it's not as scale as the Vaterra chassis approach, but I had access to a very well priced 4x4 Slash at the time, so I just went with it. Can't wait to see Noob do a proper build with one of these lil guys.
































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    Awesome! looks great with that driver!

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    I don't know what you're talking about, that looks great with the Slash 4x4. Depending on how mine goes I might upgrade to the four wheel drive too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matty85 View Post
    Awesome! looks great with that driver!
    Thank you! Can't go wrong with a Matt Hicks head. And a facial hair paint job to match mine of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by pardonmyn00b View Post
    I don't know what you're talking about, that looks great with the Slash 4x4. Depending on how mine goes I might upgrade to the four wheel drive too.
    Thanks Rich. Guess I felt it was a trade off of sorts. I knew I wanted a 4 wheel drive, and the Slash chassis has the better looking track width imo, compared to the Vaterra, but the Vaterra has the better looking suspension setup vs the cantilever of the Traxxas. Guess I could have just attached some shocks somewhere up front to give a similar appearance.

    Lil guys are so much fun to drive. A small, short course style track for a couple guys to beat around on with these things would be a blast.

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    They were a riot to drive! Yours looked great Todd. To bad you ditched it before you got your cage :P

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    Thanks Jay. Nobody to drive it with. :-(

    Bring yours down here and maybe I'll build another one!

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    would you be able to post any driving videos of your awesome creation

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    I have exactly the same on the ECX frame.... Ready for the race...

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