Top Plate Configuration:
Fuel Cell with Rear Cage for regular tubs - (TPS)
Fuel Cell with rear cage and half dash and steering wheel for high clearance tub - (TPSHC)
Northwest Scaler Design - Fire Ant - Top Plate Cut (SEE NWSD FIRE ANT LISTING)
High Clearance Interior Tub - Fits Chest/Shoulders Up Driver - (THC)
Full Tub - Fits Knees Up Driver - (TF)
No Tub - Seats are attached to the top deck with a bracket (The intent with this configuration is to glue cloth from the seats to the dash to create a light weight floor) - (TNT)
Knees up driver - (DK)
Waist up driver - (DW)
- Modifications Required: Glue in place. We recommend to use hot glue to enable the interior to be removed from the shell.
Color: selection option in list
Hardware Needed (not included):
8 - M2.5x10, 3 - M2.5x6
Needed to Complete:
Glue for PLA 3D Print (https://www.3dgloop.com/shop/nano-gloop) or other glue of your choice
Hot Glue to fix interior into the body
Spare-Time Hobbies Z-Pro with VP VFD Transmission - Full Tub
Spare-Time Hobbies Bugger either tub works, but the battery fits better with High Clearance
Generic Race Driver - Note: Drivers are printed in white to help capture the color better when painting. If a different color is desired, please leave a comment at checkout. If the requested color is unavailable, the default will be white.
Due to the nature of 3D printing, items may contain tiny visual blemishes. Items may require some trimming and painting for optimal visual appeal/fit; similar to what you would expect to do with model parts.
IMPORTANT: Do not use power drivers on 3D printed parts. Over tightening printed parts and cause premature cracking and crushing. Always ensure you hardware will not bottom out in the screw pocket. This can also cause at 3D printed part to break prematurely.
Printed Parts - These parts will be printed in Black (Unless otherwise requested) using advances slicing methods for maximum strength. All 3D printed parts come with a lifetime replacement guarantee. If you break a part, simply send us a photo and your order number. The photo is simply to evaluate for common issues and help identify potential improvements to existing designs.