After posting a video of my Traxxas 4-Tec 2.0 in Rally trim, I’ve received a lot of questions about what I did to make this car. It’s quite simple, actually, but decided to do a video on the build outlining the steps I took to create it.
In this video I go over the step-by-step process, touching on the mods to the chassis and suspension as well as the parts I used to create the Rally-style body.
I’ve also thrown in a little action from a past Rally event I went to! I’m sure I’ll have more with this car in the future!
//PRODUCTS USED IN THIS VIDEO
Traxxas 4-Tec 2.0 Brushless RTR (No Body): https://bit.ly/36vgusD
Traxxas Ford Mustang Body: https://bit.ly/3i4PmWD
Traxxas Ford Fiesta Rally Wing: https://bit.ly/36xuCBO
Tamiya Rally Car Cockpit Set: https://bit.ly/3k70HIB
Traxxas 1.9″ Spoked Front Wheels: https://bit.ly/3wxGyhj
Traxxas 1.9″ Spoked Wide Rear Wheels: https://bit.ly/3xA5xC8
Traxxas CVA Driveshafts – Front: https://bit.ly/36sB8d0
Traxxas CVA Driveshafts – Rear: https://bit.ly/3wC7lcv
//TOOLS USED IN THIS VIDEO
MIP 1.5mm Hex Wrench: https://bit.ly/3AkCZOI
MIP 2.0mm Hex Wrench: https://bit.ly/3jAuXLK
MIP Tools 3-Pack (1.5, 2.0, 2.5): https://bit.ly/3gQ7t06
ProTek 7.0mm Nut Driver: https://bit.ly/3qEfgVn
ProTek Nut Driver Set (5.0, 5.5, 7.0, 8.0): https://bit.ly/35jDdrj
Dremel Rotary Tool: https://amzn.to/3wBGwVy
Dremel Cutoff Wheel: https://bit.ly/2VrzGFk
Needlenose Pliers: https://bit.ly/3hwbTga
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