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Thread: TRDPRO 5th Gen 4Runner Inferno Build

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbzx35 View Post
    wow looks really good! That IFS set up has some nice flex!
    Thanks. Yup very happy with it i guess i need some limiting straps lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by joe122 View Post
    Wow....I used the entire front suspension from a RS4 once, but this is far superior! Those Kyosho upper arms with mini ball joints are the bomb! Geometry looks great, true IFS appearance is spot on! Thanks for sharing!
    Thanks a lot i like experimenting things and it works haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by wesmade View Post
    Steering looks great.

    Wes
    Thanks.

    This build is not forgotten
    Upper, lower link mounts and panhard bar mounts done.


    Brazed some lower link mounts on my chassis. I also widen the rear part of the chassis.



  2. #32
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    That rear Link Set up is killer! Nice work... Dunno about the 4 runner but that looks exactly how my FJ rear links are set up are they the same on the 4runner? Also wish I could just buy an RTR version of this when your done! Cause I do not yet have the skillz to make this this awsome!

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    Your going all out, love the suspension detail.

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToyRCota88 View Post
    That rear Link Set up is killer! Nice work... Dunno about the 4 runner but that looks exactly how my FJ rear links are set up are they the same on the 4runner? Also wish I could just buy an RTR version of this when your done! Cause I do not yet have the skillz to make this this awsome!
    Its all the same just a little longer on the t4r. Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by Karl View Post
    Your going all out, love the suspension detail.
    I have to lol i already invested a lot on the body so might as well build it to scale.

    Rear suspension all done



    Rear shock mounts




    Flex shot?



    Finally i figured out my drivetrain. This set up will have the front overdrive. The hpi gearing is a little bit lower than the yota axle.





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    nice and great engineering

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    I've noticed this build through the trickle of Instagram, stoked to see there's a build thread on it! This build is looking great!

    Liking the front IFS & transfer case, I'm looking for a set-up quite similar
    really liking the rear shock mounts & coil-over
    and of course the body is spot on! Patiently waiting to see how the headlights are gonna make it pop

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by pera2008 View Post
    nice and great engineering
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by ZuMA View Post
    I've noticed this build through the trickle of Instagram, stoked to see there's a build thread on it! This build is looking great!

    Liking the front IFS & transfer case, I'm looking for a set-up quite similar
    really liking the rear shock mounts & coil-over
    and of course the body is spot on! Patiently waiting to see how the headlights are gonna make it pop
    Thanks a lot! I take my time on this one you will really have to wait patiently lol.

    Figured out my steering servo location. But another problem is i have no more space for the transmission and motor will figure that one later on.






    I also installed my front bumper to the chassis.





  8. #38
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    a ton of work to do on that, but im happy to see that you make progress. im Sad, because still long way to see video of that truck in terrain to see that suspension working. good luck

  9. #39
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    Looking bad ass. Well done!

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    Coming along good. Patiently watching!

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