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11.30.2011, 03:04 AM

nice, thanx for the info, and i thought my G-Maxx build was finished.... HA!
   
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a couple of newer shots - 08.21.2012, 08:18 AM

UE towers-arms-knuckles-monoblock lower COG
geared 25/43 (running on the warm side)
Ofna cvd`s, TRX 5451R for the rear drive shaft
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08.21.2012, 06:22 PM

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still building A G-maxx can newer rest
Shoot man it never stops....ahhhh

Lookin real good though. I just ordered a 4 pt. Center Diff mount today because I wanted the adjustment option with the new version for a truck I am building. All I had were 3 pt versions.

Please update what gearing you decide on for the final so I can follow along. I have the same exact power system going in my truck.

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08.22.2012, 03:18 PM

gonna keep the 25/43 gearing for now, changing to a CC 1520 and phaltline tires, to see if it will give a cooler setup-more torque and less tire diameter- the tires on the pictures blew at 93,4 km/h, probably because of front lift/balloning
   
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08.22.2012, 03:47 PM

Wouldn't it help just to drive it on 3s Thomas? I guess it is plenty powerfull on 3s?
   
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08.22.2012, 04:36 PM

balance in the car mate-balance. running 2x2s. But i could try it off course.
   
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08.23.2012, 02:06 PM

3s parallel.
   
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09.05.2012, 02:46 PM

It's a beauty, bruun. We have to go driving together soon. ;)
   
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01.04.2013, 08:49 AM

The truck stands finished with 45/11 tooth gearing, but running on 4s lipo with 6.3" wheels-looking awesome!


   
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01.04.2013, 09:02 AM

Oh yeah, brrrrrrrrrrruun. That's looks great! :)

I love everything about it, except the steering. Should we not find you a UE Gen IV servo saver?
   
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01.04.2013, 02:49 PM

thanx, but the UE saver is way overprized, for what it does ;-) no problems with this unit, works for me
   
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I have the same GPM steering mech on my Gmaxx, works perfectly fine with a big Kimbrough saver on the servo.
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