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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaky17 View Post
    Sweet, I've been waiting for this for years and made my own with Traxxas Blue Eagle motor plate and all but the RPM one is nicer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry697 View Post
    Don't tell RPM, but I would pay even more just so I don't have to deal with all the other failed attempts out there.

    Hopefully somebody has a definitive answer for this. I'm guessing it's yes, but would like to know for sure. Will the FLM sealed diff work in the standard Traxxas trans? If so, that's gonna be my new Slash setup. RPM trans, FLM diff, and TRX steel idler along with the STRC top shaft/AE slipper. Perfect setup IMO.


    My only concern with the RPM would be if there's too much flex in the housings. RPM is known for their flexible suspension parts. Hopefully the trans cases will be beefy enough that it won't be an issue. Plus, having the arm mounts separate from the trans cases should reduce a ton of stress on the trans cases.
    This and use some stiffer plastic than RPM normally uses would be great!

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    That's because rpm ,unlike pro line,wants,and will give us the product we want and need,not another paper weight.(like pro line).
    Quote Originally Posted by bigdodge44150 View Post
    rpm says not available till next year very sad. But I will have one
    Built Ford Tuff With Chevy Stuff.

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    Nice, If my pro line fails I will be getting one of these for sure! Love the aluminum and replaceable a arm mounts.

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    I can not believe people ( pro line ) put PLASTIC gears behind a brushless motor I have brushed motors that would nuke that trans.

    I think the a arm mounts are plastic

    jang has a review on it already how did he get three and we cant get one?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=VsmYuxAJoqc

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    Mine could be in my hands as early as Friday, so I might get to use it before the world ends! LooooooL!!

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    Where are these things coming from I want one !!!!

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    eBay sellers have them already. Mine was $24.99 shipped.

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