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W.I.P Dodge SRT 8 challenger 1/15 scale
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This is the fully functional chassis of my dodge SRT8 challenger in 1/15 scale. It has independent front suspension, and a live rear axle with differential (I know the real thing has independent suspension but this car is too small for it). It also has a gearbox with forward, neutral and reverse that is based on the design by ape fight. It also features a miniaturized V8 that turns. the engine uses 2 stud axle as pistons This car will also have a first for me, a back seat. This is one of the more difficult things I have built due to its size. I took all the features of a 1/9 scale car and squeezed them into a 1/15 scale. The wheels look a bit small, but they will have the wheel covers on them so they will look proper in size.


UPDATE

I made my compact independent rear suspension 2 studs narrower so it will fit this chassis and replaced the solid rear axle with it. So this chassis now has front and rear independent suspension. This is with out a doubt the smallest full featured chassis on MOC pages



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  November 11, 2010
that's so small
Tyler Reid
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Josh L
  June 13, 2010
Did you ever finish this one?
 I made it 
  June 13, 2010
Quoting Josh L Did you ever finish this one?
no, but I did use the basic design in my 32 ford speedster.
Tyler Reid
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Josh L
  July 12, 2009
Certainly small, but I think my Altima is just a little smaller. Finally, something I can beat you at!
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  July 12, 2009
Quoting Josh L Certainly small, but I think my Altima is just a little smaller. Finally, something I can beat you at!
its close, but I think yours is just a little bit smaller.
Tyler Reid
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Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  June 9, 2009
this is so compact you will have to make intrustrutions!
 I like it 
  June 9, 2009
Great how u put so much functionality in such a small chassis! I'm curious to the end result. Keep it up!
Tyler Reid
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Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  June 7, 2009
dude cant wait till its finished but what does W.I.P stand for, and the the look of it now is great keep it this way
Tyler Reid
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Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  June 7, 2009
cool thanks
 I made it 
  June 7, 2009
Quoting Darcy Guerin Hanlon dude cant wait till its finished but what does W.I.P stand for, and the the look of it now is great keep it this way
W.I.P stands for Work In Progress
 I made it 
  June 2, 2009
Quoting Ape Fight I've gotta say- I love this : ) Normally I really don't like 'WIP's -just post the finshed model!... but this is amazing in its own right. The engine and rear axel impress me most, but the whole thing is just so inventive that picking favourites is very hard! Great work and thanks for the gearbox mention.
I have just designed an independent rear suspension with diff that will fit in that chassis. Its a combination of a trailing arm and wishbone suspenion
 I like it 
  June 2, 2009
I've gotta say- I love this : ) Normally I really don't like 'WIP's -just post the finshed model!... but this is amazing in its own right. The engine and rear axel impress me most, but the whole thing is just so inventive that picking favourites is very hard! Great work and thanks for the gearbox mention.
 I made it 
  June 2, 2009
Quoting Armaan Ujra can't wait for the final product!! and how did you do the engine? I d idn't quite see exactly how it works...
I used the end parts from a regular crank shaft then for the middle I used a 2 stud lift arm with one axle hole to join the two end bits Then crank shaft functions as a camshaft that pushes the pistons up, then allows them to fall back down. The piston is nothing more than A two stud axle with a 1/2 bushing on the bottom
 I like it 
  June 2, 2009
can't wait for the final product!! and how did you do the engine? I didn't quite see exactly how it works...
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  June 2, 2009
Hope this will be another great car!
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  June 2, 2009
Looks pretty interesting from what I can see. Nice work! Keep building! -Tony
 
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