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    my tmaxx/emaxx project

    my tmaxx project im working on its a tmaxx 4910 model with a electric conversion it has a veleniom 3500 motor and veleniom vxl-3s esc running a traxxas 10000mah 7.4v 2-Cell 25C LiPO Battery with a 100% custom 5" rear extension proline paddles custom center drive shaft and still buying more and more hopups will be done soon and i will post video on youtube when finished if you want any more info or if you have questions ask thanks

    photos of it here ----> http://s1234.beta.photobucket.com/us...evo33/library/

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    Wow! Thats the longest monoblock extension I've ever seen.
    Do you use this beast for hill climbing or something!
    Nice work man. Who made your driveshaft?
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    Big truck tiny motor

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    we like to see it on spot no linky lol.
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    i made the extension and driveshaft myself im my metals tech class in school thanks

    sorry about that revo-e wasnt sure how to do it like that

    it will be used for just about anything strait hill climbing dirt dragging etc but mainly hoping to see it hydroplane a 250' mud pit with 2 hills
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    so since its that long what body are you planning of using to it. XO-1?
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    the 1 thats on it in pics it looks good with the way i cut it plus i made a rear center post for body support i might get a 1/8 scale body 1 day tho

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    1/8 scale will still be too small. Also, I dont think you will get much if any speed from that motor setup, especially with only 7.4v of power.
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    I found a 1/8 scale body a while back that would perfectly fit it on ebay

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    That is a pretty cool extension piece there!

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    im sorry i forgot to update you guys about the project. well i got it complete and have had fun with it quite a few times and its actually pretty powerful for what it is, i think its kinda funny ive had people tell me its too heavy or the motor is too small i even had a guy at the hobby shop tell me my esc would burn up in 30ft of driving but i get an easy 10min before i have to let it cool down but i love it and it goes up any hill i also twisted an axle in half and im constantly knocking off teeth on the spur gear here is a video of it running thanks to all that helped me with questions and suggestions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YmTDAAUHdI
    there can never be enough power

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    Awesome! I love home grown ideas!!

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