Anyway the first few do away with a few of the stickers, all but the windows, license plate and badges.
Gas filler from Knight Customs
I made a template to cut out the shape and a hole reamer to do the top radius, start with the reamer then cut the rest, it helps keep it aligned. glue in with shoe goo
Door handles from Knight customs
Again using the hole reamer to make the holes to mount these. Measure carefully and try to keep the reamer from wandering off center. Theres one body clip that holds the door handles in and a peg on the other end, glued with shoe goo.
This is how they mount
Hood vents from Knight customs
I made another template to cut these out which I was able to align with the hood crease and flip to use on both sides after removing the snorkel. I use an Exacto knife to score the cutout and scissors to break the center loose piece by piece.
A side view with all the Knight customs parts
Low CG battery tray from BowHouse RC
Super easy to install, it uses the same factory mount points. just dont overdo tightening the screws.
Combined with the rear crossmember from BowHouse RC
Again factory mounts and go easy on the screws, you don’t have to kill em.
This allows for a slightly longer battery (5 1/2″) than when using the low CG battery tray and stock rear crossmember. I think you’re stuck needing a shorty pack without it.
The last one isn’t a TRX-4 specific part I just thought it fit in great on the back gate of the truck.
Its a first aid kit from Scale By Chris
I used 3 little M2 screws to attach it from the back side of the gate frame.
One I forgot was the GoPro/Action cam mount from Ennotech Designs LLC
Its mounted using zip ties