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07.24.2008, 07:48 PM

Just rolling a traxxas prographix body with some metallic black spray. Since I got a truggy he got to go back to being a truck lol




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07.25.2008, 03:31 AM

nice lids are the headlights on the the prographix lid the pe revos


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07.25.2008, 07:36 AM

Hey jayjay283, what wheel/hub adapters are those? I have the same wheels on my truggy and want to put them on my E-Maxx. Thanks.

Very nice truck BTW! Looks stout with the 3.3 axles and Flextek arms.


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07.25.2008, 08:20 AM

If this is the 23mm adapter it should be the dace 23mm adapter

Dace 23mm hex adapters-Blue

if im not mistaken..i have the same on my Maxx1


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07.25.2008, 03:09 PM

Im using the 17mm Traxxas platinum revo hubs in the top pics (now) LINK the ones in the bottom pic are ofna 17mm I was using but they had some play in them in all directions. The traxxas ones are really nice, no play, best 17mm ive used.


they are these wheels just to make sure. Link

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07.25.2008, 03:59 PM

10s and 1515/2y would be a nice comb would run very cool(temps) I want to do that with my converted 3.3 Revo
   
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07.25.2008, 04:48 PM

jayjay283: thanks for the link!

azjc: Now I am tempted to hang on to my HV-110 and 4S packs and run a Medusa 036-60-1500v2-5 in my E-Maxx.


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jayjay283: thanks for the link!

azjc: Now I am tempted to hang on to my HV-110 and 4S packs and run a Medusa 036-60-1500v2-5 in my E-Maxx.
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I have a HV 110 and I need to get some longer wires for my Hurcules BEC and I will be ready to hook it up but I am in no hurry I have a second MMM that is still running that Ia m running on 6s
   
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07.26.2008, 08:42 AM

Yeah man, internal conflict in my mind: sell HV-110 and lipos and get bigger drag racing budget or keep 'em and for the e-maxx for insane power and runtimes.... tsk tsk tsk. Tough call.


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08.01.2008, 01:55 AM

WOW Jay that looks real good.. and real expensive!! is your wife like mine (completely clueless) to what we have in our toys (?)..

Outstanding job as always..

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I bet the boys on the Traxxas website pissed themselfs when you showed this one to them LOL.LOL..


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08.30.2008, 11:43 PM

Lol thanks Shaun, Not really after your worlds nicest grevo and neils gmaxx, mines pretty average. Of course the wife has no idea, I actually have to spend money so the accounts she knows about resemble the lies I make up about my finances. Augusts accumulations as follows:
UE 8 diffs, Sweets "Strobe" braces, mono block and 150mm shaft from rcalloys. That and a used muggy and speedT but thats for another thread.

Its now 22 inches long bumper to bumper lol




   
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08.31.2008, 06:45 AM

Nice build.

What wheel and tyres are those?
   
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08.31.2008, 11:57 AM

Thats some serious bit of length there, whats the wheel base?- I think Im at 14" on the Gmaxx.
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08.31.2008, 03:06 PM

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Wheels
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Neil: It measured in at 14.5" center of stub to center of stub, How long is a flm savvy ? How long must I stretch this. Will a mono fit infront LOL
   
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