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Did you paint the tiger style body yourself? Eman77 Then, a buddy of mine was running it and did a nice powerslide into a parked car, and ripped one of the rear a-arms out of the tranny housing.

Parts are hard to come by.


Here are some pics of the TopCat, Cougar, and the original C. Now that I had a new tiger body, the classic white wheels would not do. Find More Posts by ElectricGuy I ran with the MM for a while, and just a bit of wear and tear began to show. I had to bisscat. So conclude this thread from my end anywaythe Bosscat is on the chopping block now, and a new Tamiya Durga kit is coming my way very soon.

Hope you enjoyed reading! Back to the Cat: I finally got moving on assembling the Tamiya DB01 Durga recently. Progress is slow, but I’m working as time permits. The shocks are “pro shocks” made of aluminum alloy, and oil-filled.

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Transmission was fine, diffs were fine, CVDs were fine. I initially had them on the white dish wheels, as seen, and ran spikes on the 5-spokers. I could snap a pic of a good one though, to clarify what I’m talking about Any way it goes, schumacher from all my experiences with them were fantastic. But I wasn’t shooting bossczt “uncontrollable”, and I heard that the is a good fit for a 4WD buggy.


Although I decided not to keep the Bosscat, something in me tells me I have to own a 4WD buggy of some kind, and I like the looks of the Durga too much to pass it up.

The belt drive makes it a smooth accelerator, and pretty quiet too.

Send a private message to Takedown. Actually, I have no idea how horrific or dominant their reign was, but I think they were pretty darn good, so just play along with me. I immediately fell in love. I decided on the instead of the ormostly because this is an offroad basher.

Did you sell the elite batteries to it yet? This being my first brushless experience, I was blown away.

Because they dont make the packs anymore, so I’ll be upgrading to a new charger in the next year or so. I remember building them when I was very young 3rd grade? Yes, Tamiya simply has the best manual out there. Add a Poll to this Thread. Friends don’t let friends drive brushless vintage buggies. The Schumacher instructions just seem to be lacking a bit Here are a few more pics of the bosscat, as it arrived to me.

This was pretty manuxl for the time, I believe again, in the mid 90s bosscwt so. Find More Posts by Eman However, I do prefer the plastic telescoping drive shafts on the Bosscat compared to the dog bones on the Durga.

The TA05 chassis is like that mid-mounted motor, 2 belt system. It features a carbon fiber chassis, including a CF upper deck, and CF rear shock mount and rear upper arm mount. So the dirt protection is a plus, but I won’t be swapping in different motors for fun unless I have a bossxat desire to. The buggy held up fine, and was stoopid fast. It has the crashback front end, is of course belt driven 4WD, slipper clutch, and belt driven transmission.


Anything Schumacher is top of the line so I heard, although I’ve never owned one myself. Interestingly, the tolerances on the Cat are pretty tight.

Don’t ask me why the 98 came after the This just seals up better, and more securely. Ode to the Schumacher Bosscat.

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As you may or may not have known, Schumacher crashed into the 4WD buggy racing scene around the mid 80s or so not exactly sure, but I’m not worried. Got any pic of the worn CVD little end thing?! So I went back to the stock black plates. I then pretty much free-hand traced out tiger stripes all over the inside of the body, then cut it out with an exacto knife. Note that the undertray on the Bosscat has a lip that comes up, so you can velcro the body to the undertray – forms a real nice seal to keep dirt at a minimum!

So I took my 15 year old belt driven buggy, upgraded exactly nothing, and slapped in the system. I went and bought a set of Schumacher onroad tires, and had myself a street machine. The result was that the tranny plates weren’t a good fit, and the rear upper arm mount would not fit over them. See the inside of the hub in one of the pics here. Schumacher stopped making the CAT years ago, and thus ended their reign of terror in the 4WD buggy scene.