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    Wich upgrades are the best for the traxxas 1 16 e-revo

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    this has been done about 50 times
    #1 rpm arms

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-revo View Post
    Wich upgrades are the best for the traxxas 1 16 e-revo
    I'd say upgrade it as you break it. As 50 said, RPM arms are a must, a stronger servo with metal gears is a good idea. Shimming the diffs is not really an upgrade but should be done right off.
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    there are a million threads on this already. feel free to search around the site

    rpm A ARMS, gpm knuckles, lipo batteries, upgraded servo, upgraded esc, tbone full skid, adjustable push/toerods -- jsut not in aluminum

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    My Traxxas toe links and push rods have held up fine any other brand maybe not

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    Thanks for the help I will try to get some.

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    ive got hr alum. rods and they do fine....the plastic ends arent so great tho

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    I've been beating the crap out of the stock push rods and turnbuckles and they have been holding up fine, the only drawback is they can't be adjusted.
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    On my daughter's merv has stock toe links does take some great abuse probably flexes quite a bit. Like to keep that truck light!

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