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    Brushless e revo with e maxx bl edition body

    Hi guys just posting some pictures of my e revo project. Started out as a brushed edition i basically wanted e maxx style monster with e revos better handling and durability (i know the maxx can be strong with good bulkhead support but the revo just needs less attention) its still quite low slung as i like the way it looks but may raise it up a little yet. E maxx bl edition body looks great with the rpm bumpers. Running on 4s total still using 14mm hex wheels until they die then i have 17mm ones waiting

    Hobbywing xerun 150esc and motor combo
    Hot racing alloy rear shock brace
    Hot racing alloy rear skid plate
    Integy front skid
    Rpm bumpers front and back
    Rpc stainless steel screws
    Tonys screws alloy steel screws
    Shock sock covers
    Breathable inner shroud
    And spring adjustment

    Thats it so far this was inspired by a revo i say on here a while ago









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    RC Racer
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    thats a sweet ride looks very nice enjoy

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    Nice ride. I like the look.
    With great brushless comes great responsibility.

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    Thanks guys thought i would get pics up before the shell gets a kicking. I want to get a mid front alloy skid plate for underneath next also possibly kershaw designs center dogbone kit to strengthen the backbone of the truck next. Also rpm a arms when the stockers break. Kinda want to stick to 4s the torque rocks but i cant be doing with rc cars that are near undrivable.

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    Just read that back i didnt mean 4s is undriveable i meant 6s is and i like 4s as theres still plenty of pulling power

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    Sucessfull first bash on a bmx track all held together great couple of cracks at the rear of the shell where i had to trim it to clear the new bumper but apart from that its pretty sorted.



    Need to secure the battery wire harness more as on large jumps the truck sometime cut off due to a battery disconnecting

    Top truck well done traxxas

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