Definitely new to my rc collection and thought i’d. Show you guys kind of what i’ve done to it. Uh nothing over the top. But just a few things to make it uh just a little bit more bulletproof, uh first thing um i’ve done to it is. I did change out that side, decal again that’s, just a cosmetic change. I got that from ebay uh. If you pull that up on ebay, i’m sure you’ll find it pretty quick. Second thing i did was: i ordered a chassis. I guess you call this a chassis protector, è, basically a triple laminated, vinyl decal, but everything’s cut out to where you have um. Fondamentalmente, just a direct placement on the chassis once you clean it and you got all your holes and everything that way you don’t have to pull your chassis protector off each time. You work on the vehicle now i’m going to pull the body and show you guys a few more things that i’ve done again nothing over the top, because the exb comes pretty bulletproof already all right. Sotto il cofano, i chose to go with uh t bone racing. Umm, i guess they’re mud guards is what they’re called but they’re. They protect your electronics from with a four wheel, drive vehicle. If you’ve driven one, you know they kick dirt up and debris and everything right into your chassis. So this is a great protection method to keep dirt and debris out of your chassis, when also with the t, bone, rear mud guards.
E poi, Naturalmente,, you can see a dusty motor shroud, dusty motor straws come with the shock socks as well, so those are installed just to keep dust. One thing i found out is with the udr dirt gets everywhere and that’s one downfall for the edr. In the environments that i was running it it just got filthy everywhere, and i mean i got dirt inside the axle i got dirt in my planetary gears. I got dirt all in it and, if you’re in a low dust environment, i suppose the udr can be run without severe maintenance, but i got tired of tearing that udr completely apart every time i ran it, so it didn’t stay in my collection very long, even Though i loved its performance and looks so i’m hoping, the mojave is a great replacement for that vehicle. Uh è, not as realistic it doesn’t look as good sitting on a shelf. The udr had skill details that this one does not, but from the very very minimal testing that i’ve done. I can already see this thing handles great and uh i’ve ran it on 4s only so far, and i can tell you that i, like it it actually uh, is very reminiscent of the udr and how it performed, and i believe, with the modifications i’ve made i’m Going to keep all the dirt and debris out of the major components um, i did see that on you youtube. Most people are putting foam blocks in to protect the body mounts.
These things tend to crack and give way after a few tumbles, but the foam in there. This is actually crawler innovation, foams that i’ve stuffed in there and uh anyway. Nothing major there. The dusty motor shroud was pretty easy to install just slap on some velcro after you clean the chassis and then, Naturalmente,, it’s got the handy, dandy zipper that allows you to access your electronics uh. What i chose to go with since this is a rolling chassis is stock electronics. I picked up the spectrum, firma 150, Amp, esc and motor uh. This is a uh aftermarket, uh motor fan that shows red anodized aluminum, because the exp comes with red, anodized, aluminum bits and pieces um as far as a servo. If i could get to it, that’s a reef’s rc triple four in there getting the job done, and i did like the fact that this esc can be set to 7.4 volts bec. So it feeds the reef quite well and gets the job done. As far as the receiver and radio i’m still rocking the dx5 rugged and i’ve got the 6100 abc receiver in there. Quindi di nuovo, Sono, not racing this thing. So i think the abc is pretty fun when running off road. It definitely keeps the vehicle in in track and uh makes it feel like a very highly finely tuned machine. Quindi comunque, i don’t run it all the time. I turn it off on occasion, ma uh.
I actually want one of the few people out there that, like abc but yeah, this thing’s pretty mean uh. I guess there’s, really nothing else to show you that hasn’t already been covered in a million videos out there but uh. This is a bad machine. It’S large and i plan to have a great deal of fun with it. Quindi comunque, Ragazzi, i guess that’ll, do it for this video i’ll come back with you and share another video once i’ve ran it in the dusty environments and let you know how i like the t: bone protection, the dusty motor shroud and etc.