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Old 03-21-2009, 03:07 PM
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Default Rough Champ SRB Buggy

This is my Rough Champ SRB Buggy which I am building right now. It is acutally the second of two SRB Buggy projects I have running at same time.

It is a mixture of Super Champ and Rough Rider parts. Chassis is a black anodized Aluminum Super Champ double deck and the rear is from a Rough Rider. I used SRB front dampers with CRP coils and rear all CRP aluminum dampers with adjustable coilover springs. The aluminum wheels are from a fellow TC-Member.

This will be my runner. A few things to be finished and the Rough Champ is ready for the first test run.







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Old 03-21-2009, 03:48 PM
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I don't know, I think she looks too pretty to be a runner
If she's the runner, I can't imagine what the shelf queen will look like!
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Looks good. Waiting for action shots.
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That looks pretty bad. Man I need to build an old buggy. Really nice, really nice. More pics please.
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hands down!!the baddest buggy the tamiya has ever produced!!i will own one, one of these days
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Looks cool!!

Gearhead, have you ever driven a dark impact?
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Looks cool!!

Gearhead, have you ever driven a dark impact?
no,but ive been wanting one of them as well..
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Very Sweet SRB!!! I've seen a ton of Scorcher bodys on Superchamp's, but I've never seen a Superchamp body on a Scorcher/Rough Rider before! Great job!!
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no,but ive been wanting one of them as well..
Well, its a fun buggy, but make sure its someone elses your driving.. otherwise you WILL regret it i promise

Sorry for the little jack..
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Thanks guys for your comments.

I basically like the Superchamp's FFPDS mono shock damping system, but I wanted something else. I do not like the Roughrider because of its strange radio crate, but I like the double deck from the SC. So I combined the parts I like most.
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Nice super roughchampriderthing

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Here some other pics from the Chassis:











Another wheel option:

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Wow, its really simple!! Leave the wheel/tire combo in the last pic. Makes it look mean
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