Its not as impressive of a speed as those E-Revos I have been reading about on here but not bad for a BB t-maxx with a torquer motor.
I actually had it shot with radar by my local PD a few weeks ago when I was parking lot testing. I just forgot to post it. Ran it today to show to some people and remember to make this thread.
Basically your fully modded T-maxx. Key speed components: 30 VG, CVEC pipe for larger displacement BB motors, Geared 22/36 (1/8 clutch), Phaltlines tires, S-maxx body for aerodynamics / weight, and DX3 with digital servos for control. Fully tweaked suspension for putting the power to the pavement, med compound tires, and my driving style. I like a MT a little loose.
I have tried to keep the truck as light and drivetrain light as smooth as possible and still maintain some durability. As the Plaltlines are little heavier that one would think, I would put running weight at 8 1/4 to 8 1/2 lbs.
The 30 VG is not a top end motor. It is made for torque but with the help of the CVEC and to the moon gearing it gets it down the road. 0 to 45-50 is quite quick. The last little bit takes some room as the motor starts to run out of steam at 30k rpms according to RCCA engine dyno. The engine is unmodded.
What is really strange is that I don't usually used and D/R in my steering. I had to set at 75% with those speeds.
I'll get some fresh pictures up in the next day or two of the truck.