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    New revival for an old car

    Hi Guys i have a DM-1 Pro for years, i originally had it converted to brushless it was stupid fast so i put it back to nitro to tame it down a little. After running it as a nitro for some time it was time to go back to brushless and i decided i would make my own chassis. Sadly the decision was about as far as i got with time restraints and work.

    A little while ago my LHS become the distributor for HongNor racing (OFNA outside the US) One of them pulls me aside to show me this great new electric car. Look at that OFNA had made a conversion chassis for 1/7. Here she is





    The only changes i have made is use a RCM motor mount, it has more adjustment than the standard one.

    Here is my old conversion with two speed

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    I See Nothing

    Is it just me. Where are the pictures?

    Figures. The pictures popped up after I sent the post. Looks cool, but you need something as a reference in the picture so we can see how it compares in size.

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    Is it faster with 2 spd or single?

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    Love it!! If I ever go on road I'd love that setup.
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    Single speed is quicker when talking off the shelf components
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    Diggin' the deanodized motor.

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    Yeah i loved the look of it i should do it to one of my 1520 1Y all it takes is some oven cleaner and a toothbrush
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