Going back in time with a scale model 1/20 Nissan mini truck Lowrider featuring a 4 stage Z-rack. Movements are controled by an 8 channel radio and receiver.
When finished it will feature a four wheel hydraulic suspension be able to drive and steer and rock the truck bed.
Forbidden Fantasy Show n Shine
A quick overview of the annual Forbidden Fantasy Show n Shine held at the
Lake Perris Fairgrounds in Southern California. This years event will be
held on March 24th and 25th 2012 Please visit www.forbiddenfantasyshow.com
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R/C Lowrider truck w/hydraulics and a surprise
1/10 scale.....This is a redo of the orange and silver truck. I decided to
make the bed go straight up and spin instead of tilt back. Completely new
chassis and set-up. I also decided to repaint it to give it a more old
school look. Thanks once again to JEVRIES for the inspiration.
Lowriders at Elysian Park in L.A.
Here are some lowriders at the Together Car Club show at Elysian Park in
Los Angeles, California. Music is by Susan and the Surftones. This is a
segment from The Vintage Vehicle Show (more info at vintagevehicletv.com).
See more videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/vintagevehicleshow
R/C lowrider truck w/hydraulics
This is similar to the Esca-LAID LOW truck. This is also 1/10 scale. This
truck also has a scratchbuilt brass frame. I converted the 6-channel radio
to a 7-channel. This truck has an independent front suspension, a 3-link
solid rear axle, and a drive shaft from a 1/18 scale rock crawler. It is
also equipped with shocks all the way around. The shocks go from the
servos to the suspension........trust me.....it handles great. It has 3
height settings.....all the way up, half way, and all the way down. Im
sorry i didnt make a "driving" video, but there was snow here when i shot
this. But, trust me, this truck is DRIVABLE IN ALL POSITIONS. Sorry, this
one doesnt hop either......it weighs about 5 or 6 pounds because of all the
reinforcing i had to do......notice the back of the frame is actually
c-notched.....i was going for something more realistic. In case anybody is
wondering, this body is from a Tamiya CLODBUSTER 4-wheel drive monster
truck. R/C guys should know what that truck looks like. I got my
inspiration from JEVRIES.....and his REAL DEAL '64 (a true work of art).
Thanks man. Comments are welcome.