1 world card kit. Hey guys, got a new merch store available with some hats, shirts and other accessories. So if you want to pick up some cool swag and support the channel go ahead and click that link in the description below like i said this is a review of the b 4.1 world car um. This is right after i built it. I haven’t even glued the tires on yet, as you can see, they’re just sitting on the wheels for demonstration purposes. Um kit very impressed with it, went together real easy used pretty much nothing but the tools that came in the kit um. I think i added a small crescent wrench in there for the turnbuckles made it a little easier other than that i did use the island drivers that came with it went together very easily, very straightforward. The instruction booklet was very good, follow it step by step. You’Ll have no problems yeah all the tools fit as they should all the parts fit in as they should went together very well, i’ve built several kits in the past. It has been a few years, i think. Back in the day, i was rocking the rc 10 t3, so it’s been a while, but getting back in the game saw this one got a good deal on it. I know the 4.2 is out but, like i said, got a good deal on this one. I got this kit came with the 12 millimeter big board shocks.
I don’t know if you can see off the side, but the kit also does come with the 10 millimeter shock. So you get two full sets of shocks with that kit, which is nice. You can have a set built different ways and make it a fast easy swap out. So i like that, got the extra status tracks, that is, the factory team kit, so i’ll show you guys some of the nice blue aluminum parts and the pop ups that come with the kit get this thing off the tripod all right. Well, the first thing you notice is the carbon fiber battery brace with the blue wing nuts on it, you get the blue aluminum servo mounts some blue aluminum washers. Of course the blue titanium turnbuckles. Those are the 12 meter. 12 millimeter big bore shocks with the blue anodized parts on them front, hinge, brace and in the back you get the blue aluminum milled motor plate and you can’t see it in there but right in front of the transmission. Since this is the plus eight millimeter chassis, they put, they give you a nice lead weight in there to offset the weight, especially if you’re running lipo batteries, which are lighter than the nickel metal hydrides. It just mounts, tucked in there right in front of the transmission tires that it comes with comes with the pro line, hole shots for the rear and the front are just the standard. Ribs take some of these wheels off.
So you can see that Applause for the rear in the world’s kit, you get the zero degree hub carriers in the factory team 4.1 non world kit. You get the, i believe, it’s a 0.5 degree rear hub carrier. Look at the front spindle only thing that holds the wheel on on the front, and this is a little screw that goes in there. Caps, the wheel in keeps it from popping off knowing the 4.2 they upgraded to the 12 millimeter hex drives, and that is going to be an upgrade for me. Coming up here probably go with the j concepts i’ve heard, especially for the front that the j comm steps axle is a little sturdier less prone to throwing bearings thing that i did want to mention about this build is i don’t know if it’s just me, but The screws holding the front hinge, pin brace in that blue piece right there. They got tight, but they didn’t seem like they got tight enough, almost felt like it was stripped out in the bulkhead. So i think that that would be a wise upgrade for the car. Would be an aluminum front bulkhead for it it’s, not a big part. I would imagine you can get it for a fair price help. You keep those screws tighter in there. A lot of the plastic on the car is not pre tapped, so you’re tapping those threads as you screw. The bolt in, like i said for me, it just felt like they might have been stripped, still got tight, but not as tight as i would like.
They’Ll hold, though just a food for thought all right. Well, there it is that’s a look at the team associated factory team, rc, 10b 4.1 world’s car kit. Right after i built it, everything went together. Good, like i said, always give props to team associated. They do a great job. Every time been building their kits for years. Looking forward to getting that on the track see how it performs, i will keep updating youtube as the build progresses. I don’t have the body painted yet, but when i get that done, get some more things situated on the car, i will be putting out more videos.