Outcast Krazy Klowns Outcast build

TwiZted SkullZ

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Just got a new Outcast a couple weeks ago but just wasn't diggin' the stock body.
So I had this hydrographic film I've been wanting use,and a buddy suggested the Baha Bug body.
I thought WTH,why not!

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Had to fabricate a roll cage to protect the way taller Bug roof
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Also made some taller body mounts
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And because the Outcast has a tendency to flip over backwards on 6s battery pack I dropped the wheelie bar down about 1 1/2"......works much better now....this thing will do a 100' wheelie no prob!


I then powder coated all the aluminum pieces a candy red over a chrome basecoat.
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This car is without a doubt the most fun to drive RC car ever!!!
Took it up north today and ran it around a frozen/icy parking lot....this little car hooked up like you wouldn't believe!
THUMBS UP TO ARRMA!
 

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  2. Outcast 6s
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I second that, looks great!

I picked up that body years ago for my emaxx and never got around to using it, thought about it for the Outcast. You just confirmed it for me.

Great job on the fabrications as well!
 

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Looks sick !!!
Like the cage bra.
Tell me more about the brace running in between the shock towers.
Is it solid Aluminium bar or hollow with threaded rod?
I wouldn't mind making one
 

TwiZted SkullZ

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Looks sick !!!
Like the cage bra.
Tell me more about the brace running in between the shock towers.
Is it solid Aluminium bar or hollow with threaded rod?
I wouldn't mind making one

Thanks!
Yeah it's a solid piece of 3/8" aluminum that I polished and then powdered coated.
The trick is to pull the tape off as soon as the powder starts to melt,otherwise you can get the tape off.
The rod is held in the shock towers with a couple 3mm screws about 20mm long.
The chassis is pretty ridged now and should be able to take a pretty good beating.
I also have T-Bone Typhon bumper coming
 

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Thanks!
Yeah it's a solid piece of 3/8" aluminum that I polished and then powdered coated.
The trick is to pull the tape off as soon as the powder starts to melt,otherwise you can get the tape off.
The rod is held in the shock towers with a couple 3mm screws about 20mm long.
The chassis is pretty ridged now and should be able to take a pretty good beating.
I also have T-Bone Typhon bumper coming
Thanks for the info !!!
I'll be making one for sure when I get the time.
I got a typhon Tbone bumper coming as well.
if it ever gets here Ha !!
You should be making cages for the Outcast body
I reckon you'd kill it.
 
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