I need aluminium gearbox for my E-Maxx Brushless(8 diff broken after 4 month)....... but after 3 month the aluminium gear box on Golden Horizon website and another website still back order.I send some email to Golden Horizon and no reply.
Where i can get aluminium Gear Box for my E-Maxx (silver)????
I ran aluminum cups and cases and they only helped out a bit ended up doing the flm hybrid 1/8 diff got tired of breaking them too
Integy and gpm, makes alum cases to name a couple. e-bay Heres a link to a diff cup from hr that fits the #5382x diff gears.
Found these, silver
But like 50 said, You still have the weaker stock gears and the little pinion bearings that are prone to fail.
hope this helps.
Last edited by EMAXXBRUSHLESS; 02-12-2013 at 09:19 AM.
and don't forget the spider gears . i have went through a few sets of those .stock has 4 gears and 1/8 scale has 6 gears
Its a bulkhead and gearbox combined into one unit. It uses the stronger 1/8th scale gears. and bigger bearings.
You can get them with or w/out the diff.
They have a different final drive you will need to.replace front and rear
Did the traxxas CVD work with the FLM gearbox???And with the FLM 1/8 setup my top speed will be affected???
The gearbox link it's for the old E-Maxx diff..... i need the case for the new E-Maxx diff (3908-3905-3903)
Last edited by SkidMan; 02-12-2013 at 10:34 PM.
You will loose some top end but can gear up a bit
For the center traxxas cvd we did the washer mod into a losi cup with the 8mm pinion but if you buy the combo from flm theirs have a turned down pinion
There was one on ebay by GH racing but it sold...i was going to buy it ..it was only like $15 with shipping brand new.......i think your best consideration would be getting the FLM Hybrid Ultimate Bulks.......
I bought 2 Integy gearbox (thanks EMAXXBRUSHLESS).
If my diff broke after that i will check for the FLM Hybrid Ultimate Bulks !!!!
Glad to help. I bought the same ones for my other maxx and the hr alum diff cups. Only used a couple times since so time will tell how they hold up. 6s is hard on stock diffs. I will stick with 4s for that truck. I had to do a little scraping on mine to get the bearings in,but no big deal. They also come with a bearing shim that alows you to use a 10x16mm bearing instead of the 10x 15mm. I didnt break the diff gears on mine it was the pinion bearings that failed and chewed up the ring and pinion on both. So some good pinion bearings wouldnt hurt. I used avid bearings,but theres better ones. Ceramic,ect.
Yep 6S is hard for the diff......i run my E-Maxx on 4 and 6S (50/50) with proline paddle.