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  1. #1
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    What did you pay for your E-Revo??

    Brushed.

    WHat did you pay and where?

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    $480 ... "plus" (because of taxes, shipping, extra batteries, a charger, a variety of tires and rims, the t-bone skids, yadda-yadda. )

    But yeah ... "RTR" without everything else ... $480.
    1/10 Summit (x2)
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    Brushless E Revo $650... bought it off a guy who already had a revo and a ford Ken block rally and had it on a shelf unused, with lipos... He paid 999 for it here in Australia ( yeah we get ripped on RC stuff here). He contacted me as he knew I wanted one and snatched it up before anyone else could.

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    i payed 30 for mine but the brushed motors where shot the first owner used it on the beach and never cleaned it off after he had only used it once the salt water got in the motor and seized the brushes then snaped off

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    I paid $250 for mine. Picked it up second hand. Came with a Novak brushless system installed and a bunch on goodies including the old brushed system.

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    I don't have an e-revo but I paid $405 total for my summit. Brand new in box. 2.4ghz version and all.
    Pay It Forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCD RC View Post
    I don't have an e-revo but I paid $405 total for my summit. Brand new in box. 2.4ghz version and all.
    That's a deal.

    How was it so cheap? Where?

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    I paid $380.00 shipped for mine. I got it used (but in realy good condition) off of eBay.
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    Where can I find a cheap used one?

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    eBay, Craigslist,...ect... Just look around for one.
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    460 brand new off ebay brushed version with new tq1 radio

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    i converted my revo 3.3 into ERBE spec and it cost me all $397<----and I still need to get lipo batts/charger for it. running it on nimh batts for now, lol.
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    I paid about $450 for a Brand new Brushed one at my LHS and found a guy on Craigslist who traded me a MMM 2200kv with two 3s lipos and a Triton eq Lipo charger for a 16g 3rd gen ipod touch so i Found a great deal and saved a ton of money!!

    I love Craigslist haha
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    I paid 515 eBay real clean no battery's or charger

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    $650 with batts original ERBE back in July of 2010

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    $480 with older TQ 27mhz transmitter. No batteries or charger... Thank goodness.

    Building one woulda been smart bc

    -evx2 is sitting (replaced with MMM brushless)
    -TQ 27mhz is sitting (replaced with 2.4ghz traxxas transmitter)
    -14mm talons lasted about 20 runs (replaced with proline badlands on geode wheels with wide Gorilla taped twice)
    -14mm hexes are sitting (replaces with 17mm hexes)
    -revo shafts are all gone/destroyed (replaced with LST2 cvd)
    -erevo diffs are gone/destroyed (replaced with LST2 diff)
    -center shafts are gone/destroyed (replaced with Kershaw Designs shafts)

    Thats A Lot of wasted money!
    Last edited by anr2442; 03-17-2012 at 07:13 PM.
    Its All relative to your perspective.

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    $200 Brushed Version off Craigslist in mint condition , sold the HPI Vorza as a roller and tossed the Tork and Blur combo in the EREVO!
    ERBE - 8ight T/E - Kyosho Inferno

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    I traded a mini-revo vxl and $100 for mine. Came with 2x 3s lipos, 3 bodies, vdk, aluminum pushrods/turnbuckles, and a spare esc (mamba monster). The guy was an Idiot!
    I built a Summit buying most everything from the Ebay chop shops, but I used RC4WD mudslingers, Axial Beadlocks, Kershaw Designs Dewalt Motor, Savox Servos, and steel center Driveshafts. It cost $620 total including shipping

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    Got mine for 300 from Pav...I love it already!
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    220 bucks, for a Summit, brushless, came with busted diffs,a bunch of stuff, and 2x 2s lipos.

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    For my brushless Erevo I paid AU$800. It broke my bank account but I have no regrets.
    Rock n Rolla !

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    250 for my e Revo brushless off of a guy who barly used it. It was pretty much brand new.

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    $250 off craigslist.

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    4500 swedish kronor. Thats about 675 $
    Your's where cheap!

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    I paid $445 shipped In Dec 2011

    Mammoth Hobbies.com had a one day $20 coupon.

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    I paid 720 for a brand new Kawasaki edition
    Was looking for used but didn't want to spend 500 for a beat up erbe

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    i paid 450 shipped brand new it was on ebay

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    Traded an airtronics m11x for a brushless roller on another forum.

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    Got mine for 230 at best buy

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    I think $430-$440 '08 at the HobbyTown I work for, it was literally the first E-Revo we sold too!
    Aw, Biscuits!

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    about to pay 250 for a roller and run my custom setup (plus 50 postage to aus)

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    I am building mine from scratch.
    $110 so far for chassis, receiver box, body, transmission with brushless mount, skid plates, and the blue brackets that are on the ends of the bulkheads. I already have everything else to build the car, except motor/esc and batteries and charger.

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    my last roller i got on ebay for $200. my favorite revo i bought off my best friend for $450. it was almost brand new.
    ERBE, 8ight, 8ight-t, b4,b44, scte, slash 4x4

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    I got my embe for 505 new. Since then it's been transformed into an erbe, with all new erbe parts, for less than 100 bucks.
    erbe emaxx 26maxx s27revo 18tmrevo XXL platinum

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    I paid 400 ($600-650)ish, for my used Erevo mamba monster still under warrently on the motor & ESC... it was a conversion from brushed I think and I had to upgrade the slipper pads to alloy.. also included 2x team orion (sport) 3s 4500Mah 45c lipo's.. 2.4gig handset.. 4x stock 8.4v nimh batts and spares..
    Last edited by RevoDeano; 12-17-2012 at 03:33 AM.

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    1st Summit $425 with radio and parts. from the bay.

    2nd E-Revo with a Losi ESC and a 1700kv motor and no radio $330 shipped. from the bay<<I have spent $1500+ on it so far.

    3rd Summit-L edition comes with 2-lipos and 2-chargers $880 brand new from local hobby shop.

    4th E-revo with a 775 Titan motor and a radio $300 shipped. From the bay
    I got all these with in the months of November and December 2012.

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    I'm going to estimate my cost.
    $400, with 2 new 2S 5A batteries, 2 new chargers, brand new roller that I built, new body, new programming card, new motor cooler and fan, red pushrods, and used mamba monster setup.
    ERBE, ERBE, Summit, Slash 4X4, Bandit,

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