While the Axial Yeti is a pretty good climber out of the box, a slicker surface underneath can help it get over obstacles more easily. To help slide right over those tough spots, T-Bone Racing has introduced a chassis skid plate and a-arm skids. Both are made from ultra-tough nylon and come with TBR’s lifetime warranty against breakage. The chassis skid plate helps to provide a smooth surface under your Yeti, while the a-arm skids will help keep it from getting hung up on branches or other pointy objects.
The TBR chassis skid plate has a part number of #12014, a street price of $17, and you can get more details at This Link. The a-arm skids are priced at $18, have a part number of #12016, and Right Here is the link to more information over on TBR’s website.
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TBR Axial Yeti Gallery
After a few weeks of teasing, the crew over at ST Racing Concepts have a bunch of Axial Yeti Aluminum Upgrade Parts ready for your bashing pleasure. Hit up This Link to see all the parts they have ready to go right now, and we are told there are a bunch more parts coming soon. These STRC aluminum upgrades come in a variety of colors and should do a great job of beefing up your Yeti while making it look trick at the same time.
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Is the Axial Yeti the new T-Maxx? It is selling like hotcakes (even to people not into the scale/crawling genre) and it has been getting tremendous love from the aftermarket.
Some of the latest aftermarket goodies for the Yeti come from Hot Racing. They have a bunch of new aluminum upgrade parts to make the Yeti even tougher while upping its bling factor.
First up is an aluminum transfer case. It has a part number of #YET38TC01 and is said to guard against torsion flex when using the two speed tranny.
Next up is an aluminum motor mount. It has a part number of #YET1806 and comes with “3 heat buttons” to help pull heat away from the motor.
Also available is a new aluminum center motor gear mount. This piece has beveled edges and is laser etched with the HR logo for a cool look. The part number is #YET38A01.
To help keep heat down in the slipper, HR has a new vented double hex slipper. This 6 star design has a polished aluminum look and a part number of #YET15H.
If you are looking to take some slop out of your Yeti’s steering, Hot Racing has a pretty slick looking carbon fiber steering drag link. To help keep from stripping out wheels they also offer hardened aluminum wheels hubs. These allow you to bash even harder and have a part number of #YET10A06.
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Hot Racing Axial Yeti Gallery
Now that you’ve got that Axial Yeti in your rc garage it is time to start hopping it up. The crew over at ST Racing Concepts is ready to help you with that task. They’ve got a bunch of aluminum upgrade parts on the way that will make your Yeti look better and bash harder. Take a look at the gallery below to see some of the trick aluminum goodness that is on the way.
* Heavy duty front shock tower
* Motor plate with stone guard
* Rear Sway Bar Mount
* Steering bellcrank set
* Heavy duty 4-line suspension mounts
* Front skid plate with hinge-pin mount
These parts should be available in about a week and you can hit up This Link to check out more Axial Yeti goodies over on the official STRC website.
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STRC Axial Yeti Upgrade Gallery
It is impossible to leave an Axial product stock isn’t it? One of the latest upgrade parts for the Axial Yeti comes from Dash Offroad Products. They have a new Hard Top that helps make the Yeti stronger while adding a scale authentic look to it.
The hard top comes in two versions. The long version has a part number of #DASH006 and is street priced at $10, while the short version has a part number #DASH005 and is priced at $9. You can hit up This Link to get yours on order from TheToyz.com, or you can Click Here to visit the official Dash Offroad Facebook page.
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The Axial Wraith has become a favorite among crawlers, trailers, and bashers alike. To beef up or to uber-it-out, the folks over at Asiatees Hobbies have a bunch of aluminum upgrades in stock. These are available in a bunch of different colors from brands like Boom Racing, TopCad, and GPM. To check out all the different parts available simply follow This Link over to the official Asiatees website.
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The good folks over at Axial Racing recently posted a very detailed explanation of exactly what the term “waterproof” is. Some hobbyists might think that waterproof means you can just throw your truck into a swimming pool without worry, but that is not the case. The Axial crew took the time to explain, in depth, exactly what water does to each part of your truck. They also explain the IPX industrial ratings often used on waterproof electronics. It’s a great read and very informative, Click Right Here to check it out over on Axial’s blog.
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Fully licensed by Volkswagen, the new Baja Bug Clear Body from Pro-Line will truly set your Axial Yeti apart. The Baja Bug is a perfect fit for the Axial Yeti and comes with window masks, a decal sheet, and over-spray protection. Street pricing is $37 and the part number is #3238-02. To be the fist person on your block to get one, simply hit the pre-order button at This Link over on Pro-Line’s website.
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PL VW Baja Bug Gallery
T-Bone Racing sure makes a wide variety of products. From wheelie bars to bumpers, they are doing their best to keep bashers from busting up their cars.
One of their latest creations is a Diff Skid Plate for the Axial Ridgecrest. The skid plate is aimed for the truly gnar-core off-roader and comes with a lifetime warranty. It is priced at $13 and includes everything needed for a clean install. These have a part number of #12015 and are available for your bashing pleasure right now. Get full details over on the official TBR Website.
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TBR Diff Skid Plate Gallery
The good folks over at ST Racing Concepts have been hard at work creating some Aluminum Upgrades for the Axial Yeti. Knowing the STRC crew, they should be a good fit and extremely durable. Check out the pictures to see all the beefy aluminum goodness STRC is bringing to the Yeti, and hit up This Link to visit the official STRC website.
Thank Goodness It’s Friday! Will we see you this weekend at our 10 Year Anniversary Bash? Attend for a chance to win the new Axial Yeti XL or a Futaba 4PX!
STRC Axial Yeti Gallery
As another sign of the success of the Axial Yeti, the aftermarket has been putting out loads of cool hop-ups for it. One of the latest comes from the Gear Head RC crew. Gear Head has announced a trick new Roof Rack with Light Bar Mount to help add to the scale realism of the Yeti. The rack is made from black Delrin, comes with everything you need for the install, and is 5″ x 5.3″ in size.
The Gear Head roof rack has a part number of #GEASCA060, a street price of $19, and they are available right now. Complete details can be found over on the official RPP Website.
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The Axial Yeti is tough but its plastic rear driveshaft can be prone to breakage under heavy use. If you have been twisting/breaking the stocker, MIP have announced a new X-Dutry C-Drive Kit. For the ultimate in durability, the MIP unit is made from heat treated steel and uses their spline drive technology.
The part number is #14390 and it has a street price of $45. For complete details hit up the official MIP Website.
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Axial Yeti XL Review
How do you follow up one of the most hyped and anticipated rc vehicles of recent years? You go BIG! The Axial Yeti XL has a heck of a challenge ahead for it to not get lost in all the original Yeti news. Pure size alone may not be enough. Axial hasn’t really dabbled in such a large scale before. Can they pull it off? Will the Yeti XL be everything fans want and more? Keep reading to find out..