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  • Zarizi's Bully 2-S "Kai-modosu"

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    "Until my hearth is cold, every breath of mine is yours"



    Technical shit:
    Axles: RC4WD Bully 2"-S" Modded by Sendai Mokei RC Crawlers
    Chassis: DravTech NCD SuDu Pro
    Links: Dlux titanium
    Motor: Team Brood Racing Nexus 35T HHK-T Regular
    ESC: Holmes Hobbies BR-Mini
    BEC: Castle Creations 10A
    Servo: Futaba BLS157HV
    Batteries: Gens Ace 450mAh 25-50C 3S LiPo
    Tires: E.Y. Designs Narrowed Ottsix Voodoos (Narrow golds front and ultra narrow silvers rear)
    Wheels: Dlux Solid Face CF (0.87" front and 0.72" rear)
    Foams: Crawler Innovations Double Deuce (5.5" front and 6.0" rear)
    Shocks: Axial SCX10 Aluminium
    Springs: Front: Team Losi Mini Rock Crawler (Silver) Rear: Team Losi Mini-T Rear (Blue)
    Body: Parma XCitier (Design: Krawler Konceptz)
    Radios: Sanwa MT-4
    Other:
    - Dlux knuckles and Dlux shafts
    - Dravpnir Magic Wands
    Competition number: #6

    More pics coming tonight.
    Last edited by Zarizi Tech; 01-30-2015, 05:03 AM.

  • #2
    Stupid question Samu.. Is it allowed... The motor on axle configuration. With a driveshaft to the rear.. I heard there were some discussions about it..

    2.2 Sportsman Champ Supercrawl 2013

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    • #3
      Originally posted by douwe View Post
      Stupid question Samu.. Is it allowed... The motor on axle configuration. With a driveshaft to the rear.. I heard there were some discussions about it..
      Good question. Nothing in the rules determs the place of the motor. Defending World Champion had Berg axles on his rig.

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      • #4
        I know. But I heard talk about that the motor needed to be in the chassis and not on the axle. BTW. Sport class isn't sport anymore.. Lol. Cars are even more pro then the pro cars

        2.2 Sportsman Champ Supercrawl 2013

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        • #5
          Originally posted by douwe View Post
          I know. But I heard talk about that the motor needed to be in the chassis and not on the axle. BTW. Sport class isn't sport anymore.. Lol. Cars are even more pro then the pro cars
          No, it's legal to have a setup like this. And yes, this isn't really cheap anymore. But mans got to do what mans got to do.


          Let's start with the front axle which will require some dremeling.


          On the other side.


          The front gearbox before added parts.


          Step by step.


          New gear.


          Assembling the mount for shaft output.


          This is how it looks assembled.


          I'm gonna give you as many angles as I can.


          Motor will be attached to the original place.


          Mount from the other side.


          Next step attaching the shaft output.


          Last pic of the adapter.


          Shaft adapter to front axle!


          Mounted.


          From the shaft end.


          I will use the old axles from my Pro on this.


          Finished product.

          SMRC Crawlers from Japan offered me Bully 2-S version for testing. This is just prototype version. Rear axle unit is similiar to the one in front, but it will just replace the motor unlike this in front.

          I'm thrilled to see how this thing will perform. But to test it, I need to build it first. Now I'm waiting for the parts starting to roll to the north. This is a good start though!

          Will keep you guys posted. I'm sure everyone is interested how these are made, so now you have the chance to look behind the secret japanese curtain.

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          • #6
            This is gonna be awesome! Now you can fully represent RC4WD in all classes!
            The 5th Dimension Owner/Driver
            Team Brood

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cboggs View Post
              This is gonna be awesome! Now you can fully represent RC4WD in all classes!
              Would be even more better if rc4wd would make this conversion themselves [emoji12]

              2.2 Sportsman Champ Supercrawl 2013

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              • #8
                Originally posted by cboggs View Post
                This is gonna be awesome! Now you can fully represent RC4WD in all classes!
                All but not in superclass next year. Got myself a decent deal XR10 super.

                Originally posted by douwe View Post
                Would be even more better if rc4wd would make this conversion themselves [emoji12]
                Exactly.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by douwe View Post
                  Would be even more better if rc4wd would make this conversion themselves [emoji12]
                  I agree, it would put RC4WD ahead of the game instead of playing catch up.
                  The 5th Dimension Owner/Driver
                  Team Brood

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                  • #10
                    Then I will ditch my old axten axles. Lol

                    2.2 Sportsman Champ Supercrawl 2013

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                    • #11
                      Nice idea - RTR Bully S?


                      Sent from planet RC4WD - home of scale
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                      In the end though, it all comes down to stick time...

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Rockatanski View Post
                        Nice idea - RTR Bully S?
                        Sounds too good to be truth.



                        Conversion kit is ready in Japan and now heading my way. Can't wait to start building! All except tires are on the way to me.

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                        • #13
                          I can see you can change under and overdrive bij changing the pinions on the extra shafts.... Very nice touch.. I was thinkin on how you should do that.. But now ive seen it....

                          2.2 Sportsman Champ Supercrawl 2013

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                          • #14
                            Today I got some time to look out what I have for this project already.


                            Received bunch of batteries.


                            And the chassis from DravTech!


                            Screwed it together with al hardware.


                            It looks different without the cabin.


                            This is what I have + the receiver.


                            Rear axle has to be cleaned and prepared before action.


                            Something is missing between the tubes? Hoping it'll come quickly! Whoops, my pro knuckles and knuckleweights won't be part of this rig. I forgot them on.

                            Tomorrow I will receive the XCitier body from Crawler Innovations.

                            And within few days packages from Krawler Konceptz, Dlux and SMRC Crawlers. I'll wait to get all the parts here and then start building. I have few other projects in the mean time as you might have noticed.


                            ....


                            Some stuff for my 2.2 rigs!


                            Got a free Cell Block! Thanks Eddie!


                            And the XCitier body. Gotta save some of that lexan for covering the front and rear gears somehow.

                            Tomorrow I'll get the rest of the transmission parts from Japan! I'll keep you guys well posted on them!

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                            • #15
                              Anyways, parts arrived from Japan today. Finnish post screwed the delivery badly and it came over eight days late... But I'm still happy that it's not lost.


                              Goodies from Nippon! A big thanks to Sendai Mokei RC Crawlers!


                              As excited as a little child. Again!


                              Some information of gear ratios and the building.


                              Much smaller and lighter what I thought.


                              This bit goes to the chassis. It was ridicilously light!


                              Front axle housing and the modification.


                              Really pleased with the parts. Top notch finish in all of them.


                              Still waiting one more package from Dlux to start the building. It should arrive tomorrow. Can't wait to start!

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