Axial SCX10 Honcho Kit Build

Recently, some friends of ours went on an excursion with their trail trucks. They shared some of the pictures of all the fun they had, and it got me to thinking. I need something I can use around the house during the long winter months. Something that I could take in the snow, and take to the various trails in the area I live in. I need a trail truck.

There are quite a few options out there in this category. I chose the Axial SCX10 for the extensive availability of hop up parts. If your mind can conjure it, it could be possible with the SCX10.

The Axial SCX10 comes in two flavors. One is the Dingo, which has a shorter wheelbase. It is only available as a ready to run. The other, the Trail Honcho, has a longer wheelbase, and is also available as a ready to run. The Trail Honcho also happens to be the only SCX10 currently available as a kit.

We are going to present the building of the SCX10 Trail Honcho kit. There will be two parts to this. First, we’ll detail the build. We’ll show you the steps it requires to complete, as well as a few of the snags we encountered along the way. Then, in a few weeks, we’ll come back with a review.

Building a kit can mean that it won’t always go according to plan. You might find that the manual provided with the kit is not 100% accurate. But with a little bit of common sense, you can plug your way through it.

The build begins on the next page. I hope you enjoy following along as much as I enjoyed building it.


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