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E-maxx stock body weight, - 10.01.2007, 11:59 AM

Does anybody has a stock body that he can weight for me as i'm trying to compare my current body to the stock one. thanks for your help

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10.06.2007, 09:55 PM

I dont think anyone on here hardly owns a stock emaxx body- try the traxxas forum, most of those guys run stock bodies.
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10.10.2007, 01:48 AM

my maxx body is the stock body but it has been modified. plus has like half a pound worth of decals.
   
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10.10.2007, 02:06 AM

Well, i just measured mine and it still weights an exact 110 gramms, just like i posted in this thread;

http://www.rc-monster.com/forum/show...ck+body+weight

most of the stickers removed and it misses 3-4 gramm of material in the to enable the use of a wing.
   
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10.10.2007, 01:14 PM

Thanks Serum, My proline baja body weight 190g so I may get a stock body for racing as this would save me 80g!

by the way nice revo conversion! are you planning to run with li-po soon?
   
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10.10.2007, 01:44 PM

If you look for a light body that's longer than the stocker, check the Kyosho ST body. Light, but thin. Looks like it has good aerodynamics too!



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10.10.2007, 02:32 PM

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Thanks Serum, My proline baja body weight 190g so I may get a stock body for racing as this would save me 80g!
you definitely don't want a Pro-Line body for racing - at least anything but the crowd pleazer bodies. they're purposely made a lot thicker than other bodies so they're tough. for bashing, there's no company that makes a better and more durable body, with the selection to choose from.


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10.19.2007, 01:43 PM

Well, with the new extended E-maxx just released I guess I can use one of their stock body as soon as available! there probably the lightest possible.

that new e-maxx looks nice but I prefer my CF Gorillamaxx extended brushless version... pretty hard to beat
   
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