DooRok Brushless 1/34th scale Rock Racer

By BloodyShirt on Oct 30, 2019

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Build list for my Brushless DooRok Rock Racer from Full 5.8ghz FPV with Crossfire onboard for the long haul. Thanks for checking it out!

Build Video, First Run, and FPV DVR Footage @

Part List


DooRok 1/32 Rock Racer Kit. DooRok, Son of Stone!


Brushless Main Motor: mCP X BL (BLH3903)

FPV Camera

Runcam Phoenix 1000TVL CMOS FPV Camera - Lumenier Edition (White) (3 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro32 Nano 5G8 V1.1 (15 builds)


TBS Crossfire Nano RX (SE) - FPV Long Range Drone Receiver (333 builds)


Lumenier 400mAh 2s 50c Lipo Battery (JST) (3 builds)



Misc Parts

TBS Crossfire Nano RX Adapter

Misc Parts

HobbyKing® ™ Brushless Car ESC 10A w/ Reverse
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Jodie Froster   Oct 30, 2019  

How is she? Looks light and relativly indestructable for it's size, but I see a lot of bouncy footage out there on RC cars.... What is the video like, is it too shaky to be fun, is it a thriller, do you feel like you are in a huge crazy world?

Slurpy   Nov 02, 2019 

there is dvr in the video

StickyRice   Nov 02, 2019  

damnnnn i was gonna do the same hahahah but seems like someones beaten me to the race :D im making mine a gocart and making the car from scratch

joshielevy   Oct 30, 2019  

Running into the cat was priceless! How does it compare to the full-size in terms of rocks and hills? Or should I say pebbles and mounds?

BloodyShirt   Oct 30, 2019 

Thanks! It's basically a orlandoo hunter with a larger tire so it does slightly better and of course being brushless it moves out of its own way unlike a 500rpm orlandoo. It's actually pretty good considering the scale.. gets hung up on some larger objects and rolls but other then that its a blast.

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