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    Pede vxl motor in monster mutt

    Anybody know if my pede motor and esc will work in my daughters monster mutt? Cause I ordered a castle set up
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    you will need 48p pinions i recomend traxxas brand ones mot sure about # of teeth probably 18-20 but im not sure
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    Should be no problem. All MJ models are variations of the Stampede. With the exception of the 1/16 GD, of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by RCTRAIN View Post
    you will need 48p pinions i recomend traxxas brand ones mot sure about # of teeth probably 18-20 but im not sure
    Why?
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    So it's about the same as a 2wd pede

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeorood View Post
    So it's about the same as a 2wd pede
    Yep sure is, the Mutt should already have metal geared tranny the only thing you should need to do is put bearings in place of the bushings in the carriers if you have not done that already. The brushless power will spit out wheel bushings in short order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksb51rl View Post
    Why?
    this is the p4de section and it uses 32p gears and the p2de uses 48p gears
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCTRAIN View Post
    this is the p4de section and it uses 32p gears and the p2de uses 48p gears
    So the MJ model won't have a pinion already?
    Alt-248 on the number pad =

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    It will have 2 from the factory?
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    Or you could put a 32P pinion on if you have a 32P spur to mesh with. Its stronger than 48P, but you can't run the gear cover.
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    So the motor shaft should be the same size

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadx2mj View Post
    The Mutt should already have metal geared tranny the only thing you should need to do is put bearings in place of the bushings in the carriers if you have not done that already. The brushless power will spit out wheel bushings in short order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeorood View Post
    So the motor shaft should be the same size
    The same pinions and motor screws, the mount for the esc may be different than the xl5 though.
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    Esc mount is part # 3626. Pinion and spur you might wanna switch to 48p because then you can run a gear cover. I recommend the rpm gear cover for traxxas 2wd transmissions... Screws that hold the motor to the transmission case are different. Hope this helps!
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