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    Summit chassis shroud

    Title says it all anyone know of one I can buy?
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    As in a outerwears cover .


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    Yea like water resistant
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    I have heard and seen one on youtube called ''Dusty Covers'' or Dusty Racing I am not sure which one but I know it's Dusty something. It features velcro that fits the front, back, and sides of the chassis made out of breathable material and they have 2 versions one solid coverd and one with a zipper down the middle so u can plug up your batteries and get to things. They are on the internet and the zipper version is $17.99 and comes in black, waterproof and dustproof. Try looking up summit chassis covers on the net or go to utube and type summit chassis cover. I plan on getting one and I hope this helped u out. Peace.

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    outerwears for erevo

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    i'll second the outwears erevo cover

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    Outerwears works well I had mine caked in snow.chassis dry


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    It's dusty motors, and that's just under 18 British pounds which is just under $29 plus shipping from the UK. Or buy it here: http://thetoyz.com/Traxxas/Revo/Susp...-Motors/16089/
    Or go with the outerwears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamann View Post
    Outerwears works well I had mine caked in snow.chassis dry


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    Work well on snow?
    -EMB (GPS 51.6mph)
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    Yes,snow it is not fun to clean out .it melts and the sticks and dirt that are mixed in don't.


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    ou guys just got me to spend money.
    Those outerwears look great!
    I hope they make them for my EMaxx as well.

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    I have yet to hear a bad review of an Outerwaers shroud. I'm looking into buying one too.
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    How waterproof are these things? I'm not talking about driving through a Creek but would it be okay to drive in the rain? I have a hitec 7955 servo and a brushless system so I'm no longer waterproof.
    Xerun 150A 2200kv ERBE
    Dewalt 14.4v Summit

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    I ran mine in snow with a MMP and in the rain lots,no issues.


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    can you link me to the erevo ones you use? i cant find it anywhere?
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    oh i found it wow those are very cool would you trust a brushless system under that in snow?
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    wow 40bucks thats expensive
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    $40 isnt that expensive if it protects a $350 ESC/motor is it?

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    Yes I ran my MMP esc in the snow
    Didn't have the brushless motor at the time.so I ran the dewalt
    http://youtu.be/Ki8lY457RU8



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