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  1. #1
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    wow! pretty impressive

    ok the summit has 15lbs of steering torque that will move the rocks lol! 250 oz is about 15 lbs i think it is 14.6 lbs. still alot. another thing guys relax about the straight axles its NOT a competition rock crawler! but by god did you see the part were it was going up steps! pretty sweet maybe we should call it a brawler (bashin racin crawler) wat do u guys think?? i dont know what to call it but i think brawler is pretty sweet.all i know is im sellin all my trucks and buyin this thing. haha cmon snow i need to get shuvilin 4 money haha i need an allowance! i wonder how much torque the wheels will put out???
    huked awn fonics werkeded 4 mee

  2. #2
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    That 250 oz is at 1 in. 250in/oz. Thats only 1.3 ft/lb with a little math.

    Still pretty awsome stock and good torque for the money. I got a 9000T that puts out 320in/lb but its a $100 servo and not waterproof.
    Pay It Forward.

  3. #3
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    O i just did it on a converter 250 oz lol
    huked awn fonics werkeded 4 mee

  4. #4
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    I have a rock racer and a crawler with solid axles
    and my E-Maxx is just as much fun

    Solid or independent ???? There are pros and cont for both

    I love ALL my trucks
    Morten SnoopMaxx
    3906 ROCKSTAR Makita
    c",)

  5. #5
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    Oct 2008
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    Marion, Iowa where nothing kool ever happens
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    i love that name brawler

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