While in Moab for Easter Jeep Safari we created a mountain of footage to go through and just wanted to share a quick little clip for your weekend viewing pleasure.… more
Most people know that the XR10 is meant to be a full on comp specific crawler. But, it can also be built up as a backyard/sportsman class crawler as well. I am going to guess that 95% of the XR10′s
Team Carnage Crew’s Aaron Dusenbery builds an XR10 on Pirate 4×4′s forum. Link to build: http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=971799 A few links to Aaron’s 1:1 fab work: 1950 Mercury Build http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/showthread.php?t=239494 Custom Motorcycles http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/showthread.php?t=151405 http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/showthread.php?t=115965 Couple more custom builds http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/showthread.php?t=142244… more
We just received the new heavy duty machined gear sets and titanium gear shafts for the XR10 at the Axial warehouse. The new gears and shafts are CNC machined for the ultimate fit and finish, and include fresh drive pins
Here’s a little video covering installation of electronics in an XR10. Video covers 4PK programming and mixing, ESC/motor wiring, BEC install, etc. This should help answer a lot of questions on setting up an XR10 for front and rear dig.
Team Axial Driver Jason Rioux recently took the win at Colorado’s latest winter series competition with his XR10. With 50 of the best drivers from Colorado in attendance, Jason still managed to pull off the win by over 20 points.
Here’s an inside look at the XR10 set-ups that Brandon, Scott and myself run. These set-up sheets are great for documenting changes to your set-up, and the effects those changes have on your rig’s performance. Bender’s XR10 set-up sheet Brandon’s
Here is a cool tip for those who like to wrench on things a lot, or just like to run all the same tricks that the Team Drivers use. To help ease the time it takes to separate the axles
Well, over the next couple weeks I will be posting up some detailed pictures of various features that this kit has to offer. Today I’m going to start with one of the most critical areas, axle housings. Axle housing are the back bone of any rig that crawls in harsh terrain. If the housings aren’t up to par, then your chances of doing well at a big competition are already compromised.
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