Tech Question: SCX10 Hop-up Parts

By Axial Staff on Jan 27, 2010

I’ve had a lot of questions recently asking what AX10 hop-up parts work with the SCX10 line of trail trucks. So, I sat down and tried about every hop-up part available for the AX10 on one of our SCX10 kits just to see what worked and what didn’t. Here’s a breakdown of what parts crossover.

CVD’s
cuj_set_hires

Aluminum Knuckles
ax30496_al_knuckle_hires

Aluminum C Hubs
ax30495_c_hub_hires

Aluminum Lockouts and Straight Axles
cuj_set_med
ax30421_axle_hires

Optional Ring and Pinion Sets
ax30401_36-14gear_hires
ax30402_43-13gear_hires

55t Motor
axial_55t_v2_hires

Brushless Outrunner Motor Plate
ax30490_motor_plate

2.2 Beadlock Wheels (May need to trim body for tires to clear)
ax8097_3qtr_hires

Driveshaft Rings
ax30501_driveshaft_ring_hires

Bender Customs 4 Link Plate
bc_4link_hires

That pretty much covers it.  As you can see a fair amount of our AX10 hop-up parts crossover perfectly to the SCX10 line.


7 Comments:

  1. Default_avatar Vince Posted on 2010-04-26 15:36:42

    Hey Bender! Good to know what parts will crossover flawlessly. I was just wondering though, On your Custom 4 Link Plate, the 2 holes near the letters “BC” Are those where the upper links connect to? I’m just trying to get a good idea of what everything will look like before I buy some for my crawlers.

    Thanks,
    Vince

  2. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2010-04-28 09:05:47

    That is correct. The holes by the “BC” are where the upper links normally mount. The other holes out in the “ears” are for guys that have the room to run parallel upper links.

  3. Default_avatar Vince Posted on 2010-04-30 16:29:38

    Thanks Bender, really appreciate the input. Just wanna be sure of how it works before buying it!

    Thanks again,
    Vince

  4. Default_avatar Mark Posted on 2010-05-27 09:49:54

    Forgive my ignorance Guys. I will be picking up a new SCX10 kit in the next day or two but wanted to get a jump on hop ups. A question: Can the 4 link plate be used on the front as well as rear? I appreciate the time and am looking forward to my new project.

    mark

  5. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2010-06-03 13:13:37

    You should be able to use the 4 link plates front and rear. The plates also have holes drilled in them for the steering servo.

  6. Default_avatar Scott Furnare Posted on 2011-01-01 21:53:34

    is it possible to replace the stock shocks on the scx10 with the AX30092 shocks from the ax10 and what mods do i need to make to do this?

  7. Default_avatar Mike Posted on 2011-01-02 11:44:08

    Hi Ihave the scx-10 kit, would i have to extend the upper links or not to use this plate?
    thanks
    mike

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