With the fancy extended race frames and such? I started building a stock one a year ago but never finished and parts got spread out. I don't have time to start again would rather just pay someone to build me one.
Beyond the cost of all the parts used, probably $50-60 for assembly plus whatever shipping for the rolling chassis is. This is NOT something I'm interested in doing a lot of though as it takes a good bit of time for each one of these. Thanks!Brett,
How much does it cost to build the truck for someone?
messaged him a while back he said he has a list and after he finishes that list hes taking a nice long break from building clods and general framesJohn Boyer over at Rcmt and I'm sure Clodtalk can build you a Sick MT. He's one of the best when it comes to realistic, and strong replica chassis, I'm sure he would build you a full truck too. It may be spendy, but you definitely get your money's worth. He goes by the name RCWizard. From what I remember over on those boards. He's got some vids on youtube under that name of his 1/.4 scale custom Grave Digger and some other things.
I think the EVX-2 is the best bet because they are readily available and waterproof however can they work with just one battery or will it degrade the powerThe Novak Super Rooster or Novak Super Duty XR are both designed for dual motor applications, but you will have to try to find them used as they have booth been discontinued. Pretty much everything is brushless by Novak now.
This is the only current esc that is dual motor they offer, but more greared for the rock crawlers...
Also, the Traxxas EVX speed controls are made for dual motor, but also dual batterys. They run 14.4 volts, so the clod would be fast! There's ways to mod them for single battery though.