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Project NSP-1 RC Truck by CyonXC using Pro-Line Body, Wheels, Shocks

You guys have been begging for some suspension action, so here it is! Please hit that like button if you enjoyed! There are many more videos/edits for NSP-1 in the future!
I made these make-shift whoops to test out the shocks setup before we hit up the beach for the next edit. With the comparisons to my bro’s Jeep, you can definitely tell how well this 11.5 lb trophy truck handles stuff like this. When I’m pinning the throttle it literally feels like it’s floating over the bumps, really amazing!

Pro-Line Parts Used:
Pro-Line F-11 Wheels
Pro-Line Chevy Silverado 1500 Clear Body
Pro-Line PowerStroke Shocks

Update number 4 for Project NSP-1. After 6 long months the pretty much done, just have to get the interior finished up. I also weighed the truck today, RTR, and found out that it weighed 11.35 lbs! I guess I was way off with my 9 lb guess.. Never would have thought it weighed that much, but it was officially weighed with a shipping scale so it’s accurate.

Make sure to check out the crew shout out at the end!Thanks for watching!

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More specs on the truck:

RTR Weight: 11.35 lbs
Main/bottom chassis: 1/8th inch 5052 Aluminum
Cage: 3/16 Solid Steel Rod – 23 ft. total – 2.9 lbs
4-link: RC4WD Hardcore trailing arms & solid axle, custom top links
Body: Pro-Line ’09 Chevy Silverado 1500
Shocks: Pro-Line Rear PowerStrokes up front, HPI E-Savage shocks in the rear. — 35wt [F] 35wt [R]
Front end: STRC lcg Slash 4×4, modified for long travel
Motor Mount: Custom SCTE Floating Motor Mount
Electronics: Tekin RX8/Tenshock SC411 4600kv – 13/40 on 2s