I just wanted to balance some of the info people must get from the web as far at this kits durability. I run 6s hyperion G3 VX 5000 mah batteries and have found the truck to be exceedingly durable on 6s. The only weak point is the rear driveshafts. The stockers are passable, but you need some spares on hand. The summit shafts add toughness in the rear. I have beaten the snot out of my truck the last three bash sessions and I had one rear a arm break the cross support piece. I am still running without changing the a arm no problems. I have broken a front and rear bulkhead (slammed a metal hockey goal), rear I had to replace, but the front is still truckin even though it is cracked. I have blown one diff (a rear) due to a bearing failing. I have broken one rear skid. That is my laundry list after 8 months of bashing.
As it has been said many times, you need to have trigger control. No setup will withstand irresponsible MMM usage over time. So 8 months on 6s and this beast has taken so many shots and keeps rolling. So I just wanted to put out some positive feedback to this great truck. I love that I can make so many adjustments and have truck that performs great in any conditions. Very versatile. I am getting in as many runs as I c an before the winter. Then it is breakdown, clean, replace bearings, and rebuild. Fun, fun, fun!
Also, I don't attempt standing backflips. But I take on any obstacle, jump, root, rock. I do not baby it in any way except no standing backflips.
Also, all stock except extended wheelbase arms and offset wheels with badlands. I didn't want wheelies. I wanted the power to the ground.
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