Axial SCX10 II Build – Part 4

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Tech | 0 comments

Axial SCX10 II Build – Part 4

Welcome to Part 4 of our Axial SCX10 II Kit Build. Up to this point we have covered building the axles, links, shocks, and transmission. Now it is time for us to move on to assembling and installing the driveshafts onto the axles and transmission. We will also cover prepping the battery tray and installing the chassis mounted steering servo. Let’s get started!   Locate “Bag E” and “Bag 3” in your dwindling pile of un-open parts.   Start on page 21 of the assembly manual at Step 24. Pull out all the...

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Axial SCX10 II Build – Part 3

Posted by on Dec 21, 2016 in Tech | 0 comments

Axial SCX10 II Build – Part 3

Welcome to Part 3 of our Axial SCX10 II Kit build. In the first two installments, we went over assembling the axles, suspension and steering links, and building the shocks. For Part 3 of this build, we will go into detail on the transmission and transfer case assembly. Axial has stepped up their scale game with this new transmission and t-case. The look of everything was designed with a real 1:1 4×4 in mind. Let’s dig in and see what they brought to the table with this new set-up! First thing we need to do is locate Bag D in our...

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Axial SCX10 II Build – Part 2

Posted by on Dec 5, 2016 in Tech | 0 comments

Axial SCX10 II Build – Part 2

Our SCX10 II kit build is coming along quite well. In part one we manage to study the assembly instructions and build the front and rear axles complete. Part two of this build will consist of building the suspension and steering links, bolting them up to the axles and building the shocks. Follow along as we build the next few steps in the manual, and hopefully provide you with a few tips and tricks along the way. Gather all the hardware you’ll need to complete the suspension and steering links. We decided to upgrade to the steel flange...

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Axial SCX10 II Kit Build – Part 1

Posted by on Nov 28, 2016 in Tech | 2 comments

Axial SCX10 II Kit Build – Part 1

It’s tough to beat the feeling you get while building a new R/C kit. “Ready to Run” vehicles have all but taken over our hobby in the last 10+ years. And while it’s great for newcomers to be up and running in no time flat. There is something about building a kit from scratch that is extremely satisfying. Everything from popping the tires onto the wheels to seeing the chassis come together. Each step has its own little reward when you are finished. Let alone you know the vehicle inside and out when the kit is completed...

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