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    11.1 V Brushless battery max size (mah) that will fit in side pockets?

    11.1 V Brushless battery max size (mah) that will fit in side pockets? I have 11.1 V from My Rustler, bandit VXLs. I don't see them fitting. What fits?

    Props to Traxxas for doing it.

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    the biggest i guess is 6s lipo
    ..and when I looked to the left I saw a parked car

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    If the chassis can hold 2 3 cell 8000's I will buy it ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Along with the tranny!


    Thats all I need to make the "new" E-Revo (besides a body) since I already have an E-Revo.
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    In in the description it says they tested the truck with 6S and CUSTOM brushless motors, I wonder what kind of motor it was? I want one lol
    I fly trucks.....not planes :-)

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    it looked like it was a 6s run in series from 2 3s...as far as the motor, could have come from anywhere....i doubt they'd make one just to test the e-revo..maybe a neu? aren't all of those custom made?
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    yeah that looks like an older Neu black with the beveled front, new ones have 4 hex screws on the endbell

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    3905 E-MAXX

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    Did I miss what the drive shafts are? I assume the plastic sliders for both tranny and wheels, but it would be nice to see the Traxxas metal CVD's stock. I also did not see a radio listed.... But I don't suppose they will be dropping in a Spectrum type system huh... lol
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    its all plastic sliders, but possibly something else in the drivetrain, they didnt mention whats in that
    ..and when I looked to the left I saw a parked car

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    Quote Originally Posted by JATODRIVER93
    its all plastic sliders, but possibly something else in the drivetrain, they didnt mention whats in that
    Maybe they have a hydraulic drivetrain now...
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    I'm sure it is just the 3905 drive train like I used with my brushless erevo, actually the shaft in the photo is the stock revo shaft, and I used the longer 3905 shaft to complete the center.. super durable, easily will take brushless power. They just have that awesome cover over the bottom protecting everything.. gotta get me one of them shields!!

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    To think I almost bought a used Erevo conversion.

    Anyway, does anyone know of the actually max battery dimensions that can fit the ERevo.

    Very curious how this will affect ROARs thoughts on softcased lipos as a big reason that receiver lipos were not affected as they were in a sealed case, and they appeard to be in it.

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