8 Hours into Assembly
It’s been 8 hours into assembly and man am I impresseed with the innovation of this kit. Too many mods to list but one I really like that I did not have on my savage is the center differential. The center differential is good for transfering power between the front and back of the truggy and added to the outside of the diff is a dual brake system which allows you to control the amount of braking power that is applied to the front and back separately.
The differential was filled with 50K oil to help keep the power more even between the front and back but still giving it sufficient slippage as needed.
The K4.6 looks great from the outside and has adjustment screws for low, mid, high and idle screw for maximum tunning.
The overall chassis is just a tad shorter then my extended savage but has a wider stance which should give it more stability on cornering.
The fuel tank is decent size and has a fuel filter bracket which is nice for keeping your fuel lines all neat and tidy.