Featured Project: Custom RC car parts by Chris de Graaf

Meet Chris de Graaf. He’s from Norway, and he makes cool stuff on his X-Carve.

Chris came up with the awesome idea to use the parts from two different RC cars to create one super car. Chris transformed the already popular Axial Yeti XL into “one of the craziest RC cars in the industry!”

Using his X-Carve, Chris built a new base to hold the two car halves together. He made the base from Delrin for sturdiness. He also built vertical carbon fiber upright supports for additional strength.

Chris was able to double the power of his original Axial Yeti XL by adding two motors, two transmission cases and four 3S batteries. What’s the only downside to this sweet project? Oh yea, we can’t drive it.


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