well here we go i got a 3906 off of cinnabun ,and wanted to make it my own truck so i tore it down and rebuilt the truck gave it some new parts,new powerplant and new servos. the list goes like this 2075 for steering ,2056,for shifting,velineon on 3s geared 20/66 (no heat issues at all ) integy metal rear axels ,integy fan on the motor, new shock shafts ,50wt oil ,slash reciver box , 50000 wt oil in shimmed diffs with new bearings,and change all the hardware to hex . now for some pics
cant wait for some snow lol
Last edited by cooleocool; 11-20-2012 at 04:31 PM. Reason: post merge
Looks good from here, deffan advantage of VXL is the waterproof. Me want snow too.
This parrot is NO MORE!!! This is an ex-parrot!!!
sweet 3906, change the steering servo saver for the kimbrough 124 also a metal servo guard. And new fleEbay steering servo.
Did you notice the back tyre is on the wrong way.
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yeah because its not a matching set of four im going to have to get another set of tires ,a gaurd i will agree with but it steers really well with a single 2075 thank you for the comments
I had a 3906 with a VXL in the past and it was faster than I thought on 3s. However if you want to extend the life of your VXL, make sure to gear it very conservative. 20/66 seems a bit steep to me ( i think I was using something like 18/68 - I can't recall exactly) but if the temperatures are good, you should be fine.
Nice truck by the way. I kind of want to build a waterproof VXL 3906 again.
Last edited by fvj; 11-19-2012 at 07:34 PM.
Not enough space here
There's a 68t spur on the truck I thought, unless you changed it?
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no just checked it before work it a 66 tooth , i think im going to take it down to an 18 just to be extra safe ,it runs really well temp are good ,im also going to put a fan on the ecs