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    emaxx mmp 2400

    Anyone ever done this I have a 3906 that 4sdash is converting to a 3905 I had mmp and a 2400 laying around so we are going to put in the maxx and see what happens. To be honest after seeing his 48mph vxl 3906 I think a 2400 should be able to move the truck ok. I know its not going to fast but i don't want it to be. Just wanting to know if anybody else has done this.

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    Shouldn't be any issue at all.
    Whatever it is I just said... I could be wrong.

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    Be careful. Its only rated for 120 amp burst and 2400kv is a little high for a monster truck. You might find the amp draw off the mark is more than the ESC can handle. You will need some big lipos to try and keep the caps from smoking.
    The other issue you may have is the BEC. You may well find that the servo is asking to much from it.
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    I ran the SCT 2400/MMP system in my 3906 and it performed Great! It really comes down to how much the truck weighs to how well it will work. My 3906 has an AUW of 8.6 lbs and the system ran very cool.

    I have a video of it in the E Maxx video gallery (post #30) running with 20 "C" 5000mah lipos.

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    Scrapper, I have a video of my old 3906 with my 2400 in it on 3s. Pm me your number and ill send it to you.
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    Thanks for the responses cant wait to ger it done.

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    some pics of the 3906 to 3905 conversion







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    Quote Originally Posted by LD View Post
    I ran the SCT 2400/MMP system in my 3906 and it performed Great! It really comes down to how much the truck weighs to how well it will work. My 3906 has an AUW of 8.6 lbs and the system ran very cool.

    I have a video of it in the E Maxx video gallery (post #30) running with 20 "C" 5000mah lipos.
    What was the gearing with this? The MMP isnt really designed for a vehicle as heavy as the E-Maxx but with proper gearing as a crutch it will work.

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    no gear crutch here its has plenty of power if i can get a 3906 to run 48 with a vxl that doesnt over heat i think this will be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrousmouse View Post
    What was the gearing with this? The MMP isnt really designed for a vehicle as heavy as the E-Maxx but with proper gearing as a crutch it will work.
    18/70T. I know SCT 2400/MMP isn't rated for and E Maxx but I wanted to try it out and it performed. Esc and motor ran very cool and the power put a smile on my face. Top speed was probably under 40 MPH but it could have been geared up.

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    bump this up for baldy daniels

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