Project Wroncho Video

By Axial Staff on Aug 22, 2011

Finally got some video together of my SCX10 with Wraith axles.

For those that missed this project the first time around, here’s a little background on how it got started.

A few action shots, still trying to dial in the suspension

I ended up switching from my hacked OG Honcho body and cage to a fresh semi-full body and cage. I think it looks a lot better now. I also switched to our 72-103mm comp shocks (AX30092). They work better for the high speed rough sections because of the volume of oil they hold compared to stock SCX10 shocks.



  1. Default_avatar DioptricStraw Posted on 2011-08-24 18:16:43

    Will the Wraith axles ever be available like the AX10 axles where in a package. I really want to use them for a Scaler but don’t want to buy a Wraith just to get them.

  2. Default_avatar jerry Posted on 2011-08-31 14:28:18

    i havent seen a complet package like that yet but you can get the parts from

  3. Default_avatar mitch Posted on 2011-11-21 09:57:32

    what kind of motor and esc did you use

  4. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2011-11-21 11:14:41

    I am running a Tekin FXR ESC and 35t motor with a 3 cell lipo.

  5. Default_avatar monturacer3 Posted on 2011-12-06 12:48:58

    what gearing are you using in it?

  6. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2011-12-06 17:12:56

    I am running a 20t pinion and an 87t spur gear.

  7. Default_avatar trail bender Posted on 2012-01-30 19:34:01

    How did you mount your shocks at that angle? I have been doing allot of stuff like that.

  8. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2012-01-31 09:18:00

    The rear axle has been moved back quite a bit, and I switched to standard 100mm comp shocks. With the shock towers in the stock position, the rear shocks will be mounted at an angle.

  9. Default_avatar Nick Posted on 2012-02-02 18:34:09

    I need the screws that go into the protective spur gear transmission cover . On the outside there are 3 of them . I bought a cover for my SCX10 and they came without the screws .

  10. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2012-02-03 08:33:16

    They are actually 2.5mm self tapping screws if I remember right. But, you can also use 3mm hardware. The M3 screws will go in a little tight, but that is what I use on my rigs.

  11. Default_avatar Nick Posted on 2012-02-06 07:42:49

    Thanks Bender!

  12. Default_avatar Paul Posted on 2012-04-06 14:52:06

    What suspension links did you use? Im in the middle of mounting wraith axles to my dingo. I could use some help with the link issue. Thanks

  13. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2012-04-10 09:32:48

    I had to piece together some custom links to make this build work. The overall length of the lower rear links is 6 1/4″ to the center of the rod ends. The front lowers measure 5 1/8″. The rear uppers are 6″ long and the front uppers are about 4 1/8″ long.

  14. Default_avatar Paul Posted on 2012-04-15 16:19:10

    Thanks bender. I think ill get the aluminum links upgrade set and piece them together to your measurements. That should get me close anyway. I’m glad I can get pretty much anything I need online or at my hobby store. Thanks again for the info.

  15. Default_avatar Robert Posted on 2012-08-08 12:14:25

    Hello Was trying to open the link for the build but I am getting an 404 error for the site. I am trying to convert a Dingo with Wraith axles. Would like to see the upper link setup.

  16. Default_avatar Bender Posted on 2012-08-15 15:07:24

    We recently built a new website and the old content from the blog is in the process of being migrated over to the new website. So, hopefully these links will be restored soon.

  17. Default_avatar Dave Posted on 2013-02-02 00:09:33


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