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Injora/Axial Rock buggy/crawler


Jack Reacher
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22 hours ago, Jack Reacher said:

got them from Aliexpress not expensive about £17 set of 4 posted

 

link please 😋

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2 minutes ago, tomr said:

£17 delivered! Can’t go wrong at that price and they look good 

Definitely, and the fake traxxas tyres are bedding in really well, they needed some wheelspin on rough rocks to take the shine of them 

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56 minutes ago, rccar4life said:

This Injora handles tough terrain very well whit these wheels. 

I must buy one too

keep in mind if you get one, out of the box its not as good, i have modded mine a lot also the stock axles are known to break at the steering hub

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10 hours ago, Jack Reacher said:

keep in mind if you get one, out of the box its not as good, i have modded mine a lot also the stock axles are known to break at the steering hub

 

Auch.

 

så then it is better buy GMADE original if you dont like change axles and things ?

 

Axial Capra looks nice too.    They are pretty pricey .

I like the Injora Price alot 🙂

 

Is the stock rear axle in Injora OK ?

i mean is it enough to buy one metal axle in front ?  get more weight there also that way ?  Do Injora have some metal front axle to this already build ?

Seen they have good prices on ready build axles before 

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4 minutes ago, Jack Reacher said:

With the Injora you may end up replacing a lot of things to get it right like i have

 

god damn.

thats sad.

 

Im happy that you are honest.

 

Is there any other fair priced Rock Buggy that is okey from the box ?  some other chinese brand or so ?

 

I like to have one new rock buggy with large wheels and better combo.

Then build two Tactical scale crawlers also now.  TRX4 Injora, are they any good ? do you know about them ?   these could be great to my two Tactical crawler builds.

Price is very fair

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21 minutes ago, Jack Reacher said:

With the Injora you may end up replacing a lot of things to get it right like i have

Its kinda the same with the gmade, the portals dont take lots of power well and they dont have a slipper transmission. So you either end up swapping them or replacing everything with hard gears and keep replacing the pins.
To be fair for the price you paid and the cost of the changes, you have ended up with a pretty good value rig, those rocks look like lots of fun, and the wheels look good.
There is a 2.2 canyon tire that i think you would like and it would looks a bit more scale with the model imo. They are wide and soft a bit smaller than an outlaw tire.

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1 minute ago, Redback said:

Its kinda the same with the gmade, the portals dont take lots of power well and they dont have a slipper transmission. So you either end up swapping them or replacing everything with hard gears and keep replacing the pins.
To be fair for the price you paid and the cost of the changes, you have ended up with a pretty good value rig, those rocks look like lots of fun, and the wheels look good.
There is a 2.2 canyon tire that i think you would like and it would looks a bit more scale with the model imo. They are wide and soft a bit smaller than an outlaw tire.

I bought this rig, "Eyes wide open", i was aware of its weak points, i had a set of genuine Axial crawler axles that i knew would fit, i also knew the stock shocks were poor but only £15 for much better ones, i also have a fully reconditioned SCX10 transmission ready to go in, i had the wheels and tyres, so my outlay is the buggy, 15mm brass hex extentions ,£12 35kg MG servo, using upgrade parts i already have its cost very little to make a superb, robust very capable crawler less than £130, as i had the hobbywing esc and spare radio, for me this is a winner all day long and now have a rig that can show up a lot of much more expensive rigs, i wont change the tyres as the ones on it are narrow enough not to rub on the shocks on lock, the outlaw tyres were fouling the shocks

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9 minutes ago, Jack Reacher said:

I bought this rig, "Eyes wide open", i was aware of its weak points, i had a set of genuine Axial crawler axles that i knew would fit, i also knew the stock shocks were poor but only £15 for much better ones, i also have a fully reconditioned SCX10 transmission ready to go in, i had the wheels and tyres, so my outlay is the buggy, 15mm brass hex extentions ,£12 35kg MG servo, using upgrade parts i already have its cost very little to make a superb, robust very capable crawler less than £130, as i had the hobbywing esc and spare radio, for me this is a winner all day long and now have a rig that can show up a lot of much more expensive rigs, i wont change the tyres as the ones on it are narrow enough not to rub on the shocks on lock, the outlaw tyres were fouling the shocks

 

i have everything on way,   need only couple more rigs.

 

I have 20mm brass hex extensions, i did buy 2 sets cheap,  and also two brushless crawler combos sensored halfprice lokal shop.

 

and 35kg servos i have 5new from Banggood waterproof on way

 

Have injora some cheap Axial axles that fit in metal to this Rock Buggy ?

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1 minute ago, rccar4life said:

 

i have everything on way,   need only couple more rigs.

 

I have 20mm brass hex extensions, i did buy 2 sets cheap,  and also two brushless crawler combos sensored halfprice lokal shop.

 

and 35kg servos i have 5new from Banggood waterproof on way

 

Have injora some cheap Axial axles that fit in metal to this Rock Buggy ?

The Injora axles are not reliable dont trust them, saying that the front CVD`s are cheap if the do break

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4 minutes ago, Jack Reacher said:

The Injora axles are not reliable dont trust them, saying that the front CVD`s are cheap if the do break

 

So this is true ?  i have read about it ones before, that they suck.    

Sad,  prices are great,  sad that they suck

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41 minutes ago, Jack Reacher said:

I bought this rig, "Eyes wide open", i was aware of its weak points, i had a set of genuine Axial crawler axles that i knew would fit, i also knew the stock shocks were poor but only £15 for much better ones, i also have a fully reconditioned SCX10 transmission ready to go in, i had the wheels and tyres, so my outlay is the buggy, 15mm brass hex extentions ,£12 35kg MG servo, using upgrade parts i already have its cost very little to make a superb, robust very capable crawler less than £130, as i had the hobbywing esc and spare radio, for me this is a winner all day long and now have a rig that can show up a lot of much more expensive rigs, i wont change the tyres as the ones on it are narrow enough not to rub on the shocks on lock, the outlaw tyres were fouling the shocks

Thats the offset of the outlaw wheels or were you still running with hex extenders and getting rubbing from the scrub angle?

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