Ok, So I was going to bench my Axial Wraith and not bother upgrading it as Axial RC's can be rather expensive to upgrade depending on the path you pick. I contemplated selling it as well, but since I built it from a kit, I feel a little attached to it lol. I don't really care about it looking "scale" but I do want it to perform well when I drive it. My son is getting a crawler soon and instead of buying 2 at the same time, I'll get his now and get my new crawler around tax time. So.... I'm upgrading my Wraith piece by piece. The Wraith was my 2nd RC ever, and with it being a solid axle crawler/rock racer, I really didn't know what I was doing with it as far upgrades go. Getting back into the hobby after a 4 year break, I now know which path I'm going to go. Stage 1: Incision by Vanquish Stainless Steel Links and Steering Linkage - Done! Hinged Hood Mod Aluminum shocks - In 2 weeks Metal Drive Shafts Aluminum (or stainless steel) steering knuckles and carriers - completion after the shocks! Bead lock rims with new tires - Final part of stage 1 I was able to purchase the links today. They were not too bad for a Vanquish product and only ran me 60$ for the whole set which included the steering links. I had the day off today, so I went out, bought them, cleaned up and modified my work area (got some new tool holders and magnetic bowls over the weekend), and started to assemble. Took me about 2 hours, considering my 5 year old wanted to be involved as well. Here are the results of the new links! Wraith Incision Steering Link by rendnb posted Sep 25, 2017 at 8:40 PM Wraith Incision Links by rendnb posted Sep 25, 2017 at 8:41 PM Wraith Side view by rendnb posted Sep 25, 2017 at 8:41 PM Wraith Rear View by rendnb posted Sep 25, 2017 at 8:42 PM I have to make an adjustment to the steering link as I think I tightened down the ends a bit too much, and now its got WAY too much toe in lol. Its an easy fix, but I deal with it tomorrow.