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    This is a stretched XB-E that is currently getting new diff housings in front and rear they and the wheel hubs are made by 7075rc. 24mm hex adapters are Ramtech and the motor is the beast 524 2Y 910 kv motor with 200 amp esc that has caps added running on 8s Nano-tech 65-130c 5000 lipos. carbon fiber body is vac bagged with impact resin making it 18 time stronger than the losi body. And is lighter to boot!
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    My first run. camera is mounted.


    Enjoy!

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    You have some serious power there! Looks like you have it working well. The dog likes it too.

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    I have the pinion gear to tight and the front springs need to be changed to the blue just like I have on the rear.
    But power is more than I can use. I think in the sand pit I will use up the power though.

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    I should have tuned the shocks and wheel camber but I got the new drive shaft in and out the door I went.



    One the next video I have it tuned.

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    No shortage of power!!
    Looking great out there. Should be a force when it gets all dialed in!!

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    Thanks I'm hoping it does. If nothing else it will draw a crowed in the pits.

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    stretched XB-Estretched XB-Estretched XB-Estretched XB-E

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