I just got two awd chassi's but I don't know who makes them

Discussion in 'RC Drifting and Setup' started by fozz18, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. fozz18

    fozz18 Member

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    I got these from ebay for next to nothing, Just need to find out the make and model.
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    oops, here you go
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    lookin to build cheap drifter, already ordered som abs tires.
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    Looks like a Traxxas 4-tec,
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    chassi's

    where can I get parts to make it 4 wheel drive as apposed to the front wheel drive that is set up right now?
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    chassi's

    where can I get parts to make it 4 wheel drive as apposed to the front wheel drive that is set up right now?
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    Towerhobbies.com. But dont yet take my word on it, im still kinda looking around, it may be one of the tamiya FWD's... if so that would be bad :/
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    chassi

    bad why?
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    because FWD chassis are almost , if not, impossible to drift :)

    Any markings on the bottom of the chassis, numbers etc that we could cross reference..
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    chassi

    no numbers I checked, however it is capable of awd because it has mounting locations as well as hollow hubs for the shafts to go into.
  10. SpArKeY_STi

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    if its shaft viable, then i would say its tamiya, or one of those independent small companys. But looking at that, and having looked at my friends 4 tec, i would say its a 4 tec.
  11. fozz18

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    chassi

    thanks for the help
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    No its not a 4 tec it looks like a tamiya,go 2 tamiyaclub.com and put it up and ask if anyone know what it is and if anyone knows what it is it will be them, just a sugestion!
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    chassi

    I ended up buying a new car and want to sell these. Any offers?