I did want to recognize euro rc. They are helping sponsor this build and uh we’ve got a five percent off coupon code, anything in their store, so they they basically stock everything arma team associated x, ray tamiya team, kerala, yokomo. So pretty much anything you would want to buy, they do carry five percent off and then uh also three euro shipping to anywhere within europe. So super cheap shipping, if you’re in europe it’s a no brainer even in the us shipping is like super fast. Two to three days, even out here in california, so definitely check them out. That does help support bills like this and so definitely uh take a look so here it is i’m, actually running a chevrolet c10 body from proline and see little techno, stickers and stuff. This is actually taken off my low seat, tenacity and uh. Even you know, sort of the body mount holes matched up in the rear. I did have to put some new ones out here in the front, but yeah it fits really really well. I did have some cutouts just because it used to run on my tenacity but um. You know i kind of left it pretty good, durable and nice body overall, the actual vehicle itself. I am running uh backflips. These are the low profile version as seen on the creighton 4s, and i think the outcast for us as well also had these tires. Ik ben.. Sorry they’re only on the outcast for us not on the crane for us um, dus ja.
These look like they’re going to work really well, not super big tires. The manual does say they run 1 8th scale monster truck tires, but i think something like a creighton 6s tire would be way too big. So these are slightly smaller than the standard backflip tires in terms of electronics. What i’m actually running is an arma 4s system, so this is again out of a creighton 4s. So i picked this up pretty cheap on ebay, Als 120 130 dollars for the esc and motor. Ik geloof dat het. 2400 kv motor 120 amp esc fits really nicely. The wire does barely fit back to the receiver box, but as long as you mount it kind of forward, it does fit okay and i’m mounting the on off switch here on the bottom. Barely enough room there um. I may have to move that, depending on what motor size pinion i’m running, but right now it’s got a 14 Tand, which is the smallest pinion. You can actually run mod one gearing, Natuurlijk, and we’ll see how that actually goes server. Wise i’m running this 35 kilogram cheapo server from ebay, Ik ben. Sorry from amazon, Ik denk dat het, Als 35 Dollar, uh waterproof decent torque, decent speed, het is 35 kilograms, which is about 480 ounce inches of torque. I suspect it’s, not really that high. You know they sort of overstate it a little bit, speed wise. They also say it’s 0.12 uh seconds per 60 Graden.
It seems slower than that to me so uh, maar toch. It seems like it’s working out all right and even if it’s you know only 350 ounce inches of torque or whatever that’s plenty fast jensei’s battery here on the left and then i’m running, you know sort of their standard, ec5 ic5 type connector. So those are the electronics i’m actually running. I built this pretty much completely. The kit setup uh with a couple minor changes: Ik ben, actually running 40k, fluid up in the front center uh front differential 100k in the center as per the manual and then 20k in the rear. The manual does say to run 100k 100k 50k, but that just seemed way too thick. So we’ll see how this runs um. You know i want this thing to actually be able to turn. I think 100k in the front would be kind of outrageous and then the other change i made is actually running the rear hubs, all the way space to the back. So there are some spacers where you can use to adjust the actual hub position. I’M running kind of the long wheelbase position – this is pretty much like an outcast or notorious it’s got the really short, Als 8 Schaal, buggy chassis. This is also from the sct4 10.3, so really short, Chassis, really long, Armen, Um. Dus het is., you know it’s pretty much like a complete square uh. I think it would probably wheelie a little too much be a little bit too hard to control so i’m, going to run in the long wheelbase at uh first and see how that actually goes now.
In terms of the build a really really nice build, the manual is super clear, no issues there, no mistakes or anything that i found in the manual i’d say this is actually one of the easiest builds i’ve done for a four wheel drive vehicle. This is my first eighth scale kit build. I know they call it the mt410 and they call it 10 Schaal, but it’s really an eighth scale build. You feel pretty manly putting this thing together, because you have these giant screws and giant plastic parts and stuff like that. The discs are humongous, the gears everything are mod, one uh size. So this is a beast of a vehicle, but actually pretty easy to put together. Um didn’t have too many issues a couple things on like these little inserts on the spindles and the arms. You know i kind of got reversed and that was not a big deal in terms of shimming. The manual uh says to try them with no shims. On the diffs, i actually end up with one shim over here on the back right side. So one thing shim here on the right hand, side on the gear side, and that was pretty much it. The the mesh and everything on the disc felt perfectly fine. Anders, i didn’t run any shims at all in the front and only that one shim in the rear, so that may help you, if you’re putting this together and trying to get the mesh right but yeah everything else is built.
According to kit spec um, the battery straps seem a little bit long um. I guess you could i’m pretty sure you could fit like a 6s battery in here with those battery straps. So i may need to cut these or whatever, because they seem a little bit long but yeah. Anders, a really really nice kit, really nice build you know, i’d say even if you’ve never built a kit before this is probably not one. You know this is probably not a bad one to uh start with, because all the parts fit together really well um. You know things are not so tiny like they might be on a tenth scale, you’re using more of your two millimeter hex driver and your two and a half millimeter hex driver, so definitely uh easier to put together um and it went together. Pretty fast probably took me somewhere around seven hours, Geloof ik, for the whole rolling chassis another hour for the electronics to get everything fit right, and then you know about a half hour just to fit the body correctly and get the body post. Everything mounted the way. I want it so yeah pretty easy, build overall, really no issues um a little bit of tightness in some of the plastics i didn’t end up, standing them or filing them, or anything i’m just going to run them, as is, Ik weet niet, think it’s a big deal On a basher to get everything super free, but yeah super nice quality kit as usual from techno looking forward to driving.
This definitely look for some more videos on this as well, and definitely once again go check out your rc. Definitely if you’re, even looking for like an x, ray or some other brand uh, five percent off, you can definitely save some money there. So uh that’s pretty much it for the techno mt410 build review any questions just throw them down below i’m.