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    Just picked up a 3906 roller

    So I couldn't really turn down the deal, I got rid of some old parts that were just sitting around for a 3906 roller. Not new to the maxx family as I take care of my friends tmaxx 3.3. Just had a few questions as this is my first emaxx to mess with.
    Now for the 4 screw diffs those are a direct fit? Cause I plan on swapping out the arms and carriers for the arms and carriers that were took off my buddies 3.3 tmaxx and cvd shafts. think only thing id need to buy is the toe links.
    Another thing I thought i read some where that some where running a MMP on their 3906. Is this possible? cause I have one sitting around and if that was one less thing i had to buy would be sweet. I only really probably plan on running 4s through it, as it's mainly going to tbe used for a camera truck for a go pro to go on.
    and is it possible for the 3906 tranny work on a 3906 chassis? thought i saw were one had 8 screw holes and the other had 4.
    any help is appreciated. thanks

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    I have a mmp/2400kv 1415 sct combo on my 3906 with a 3s lipo. The truck is completely stock. So far, Ive broken the center shaft, and an axle.

    The 2400 actually runs very cool, and the mmp fan never comes on!
    Sl4sh mmp2400 - savage flux hp XL - vorza flux hp

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    What motor mount do you run on your?

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    Stock motor mount, I just cut off one of the ears so the lipo would fit.
    Sl4sh mmp2400 - savage flux hp XL - vorza flux hp

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    Seems easy enough. Lol does it matter which one motor spot you use?

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    not at all you get to pick which side you want

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    Yes, all Maxx diffs fit in all Maxxs, just be ware that you install them the right way or you will have a truck that runs backwords, or front and rear wheels that counter-rotate. But if you had a Tmaxx, you know that.
    Doublethink: 2+2=4 while 2+2=0

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