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1:25 Scale RC Car Chassis

by abadgoat Dec 28, 2014
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great work, i am printing this as fast as i get some time for printing
love it

Can you maybe take some better pictures of this car, maybe of the steering and with all the electronics in or make a youtube video of the assembly of it, if you can that would be great, thanks!

Yes, please take more pictures, especially of the steering.

Depends on the 180 size motor you use, and the battery voltage... figure 10 to 15 MPH. perfect speed for indoor use.

how do these parts print? as is? supports? the main chasis looks like it will be full of supports to scrape off...

This is an early project of mine... you'll need to re-orientate the parts in your slicer.

pleas resize and scale parts to proper size

This is an early project, and I was still learning how to post .STL files.
The parts are posted in "INCHES", and you should be able switch between "INCHES" and "MILLIMETER" scale.

Super Cool. wanna DIY this similar to mini-z. please keep making it !

I downloaded the files, and they're all drastically different scales... the gears are HUGE and the base plate is tiny. Do you have recommendations for scaling so that the pieces will go together properly?

I'm having trouble finding the file for the body of the Camaro. Can you please upload the file or direct me to where the STL file is? Thanks

It's in the stock car 1970 Camaro kit...

good work!.. I was attempting this before I had a printer and had o put it in the "too hard basket". Ill be printing this for sure, after slightly modifying it for a small brushless motor and ESC. Cant wait to put some drift tyres on and fang this thing about. I had an xray 1:16 car, I found it a little big for playing with inside.

Nice design! I've been meaning to make a lexan body mold for those "Xmods" racers that Radio Shack made ten years ago. They have a huge following and a big list of aftermarket parts made by the industry.

Thank you "azuro".

I'm working on a 1:10 scale buggy now... stay tuned!