So the good thing is there’s only two posts here in the front where we could cut off and grind down so i’ve taken out as much material as i can for now, but most likely i’ll have to come back to clean up or take off more materials. When the front assembly has gone in so here we have the chassis. This is the front cross member. We have our left and right steering knuckle and the the motor mount now all that needs to be done is uh start cleaning things up, i’ll have to remove the supports here and use a file to sand it down smooth and then drill the three holes here Same thing for the chassis, i’ll open up the pockets here, so the on and off switch can fit and also the charging port can fit. And since i usually oversize it just a little bit, i’ll have to go and send down the sides. Now for the original chassis i had it cut up, and i saved the front piece and the rare piece and what i’ve already started doing is drilling holes it’s much easier to drill holes on plastic pieces versus the metal die cast. If i drill holes on the middle die cast my my these tiny drill bits will uh be dull in just a second, so i will have to drill these holes here in front for fog, lights and holes for the rear bumper for bumper lights, ecco, a quick Wiring diagram of how i wire up all the components to the receiver, all right now, it’s almost completely assembled.
I left the front crossmember loose, i haven’t glued it in yet so i could adjust the length of the wheels same goes for the rear end. Now we can do a test, a quick test fit just to see where we are with the Music. Penso che sia. ok, there all right, let’s see if this will work everything’s in place yeah. I can already see that there’s some interference so there’s.