Type: Posts; User: LRMaxx
I use that pipe. It worked great with my trx2.5, and it works even better with my .18 cv-rx.
UE makes one. Its ment for the thunder chassis, not sure if it will work for yours.
my all aluminum maxx weighs less than a stock t-maxx. :D
it doesnt need to close 100% to kill the engine.
Its a rip off of the UE Racer X suspension. The UE Racer X is far more durable, probably lighter too.
You can pick up a used Racer X kit for the same cost of a new intejunk type 3 pro suspension.
Fix your linkage. Whats happening is when you hit the brakes, it is closing the carb.
They are the best you can get.
dude, trust me. The little bit more you pay for the revo is well worth it. Get a revo.
Sometimes I wish I would have gotten a revo instead... but now I have a supermaxx so I don't really care :D
I don't run bulkheads anymore, problem solved :p
design the chassis so that it would use supermaxx lower braces.
7075, and a better design than the stock "style" of lower braces....
its used to refuel an RC really fast like during a race.
I didn't have to sign for my $60 UE order.
go with the revo. Its $100 more than a maxx, but the revo comes with a battery pack and charger (at least $50 there) and then it costs at LEAST $200 to make a maxx as durable as a revo.
odds are you would be using the same length as any maxx hingepin setup (unless your running vbs)
steel spurs are junk, steel CVDs are good depending on what brand.
if your replacing the bearings and have a good amount of $$$ to spend, put in ceramic bearings. Everyone tells me it makes A HUGE change in performance, but they are illegal for racing.
You can drill up some holes in the shock towers, get dace wingmount shock towers, or get a DD Wingmount for UE K-Head towers, or VBS.
it appears they are...
I've heard lots of bad things about 3racing products. Good luck with the lower braces.
1 gallon, then I chuck 'em.
I take it with that underline that your engine was giving you some trouble?
Congrats, your going to love that chassis! It made a noticeable handling improvement on my maxx.
I ran dace bulks for a while. Very strong and light, and look awsome thanks to the nickel plating. I have since upgraded to VBS.
imhungry, with all the tuning problems you've been having in your threads, your the last person who should be giving advice.
its a XTM mammoth ST (truggy), and they blow out diffs like theres no tomorrow.
next time, use the edit button, instead of post reply. :rolleyes: