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    I don't know why you would want tires that wide. ...

    I don't know why you would want tires that wide. But it would probably be fine.

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    If you really want to use the self righting for...

    If you really want to use the self righting for your condition and are willing to pay the extra money for having to replace the drivetrain more often I would do it. Also as someone else said it will...
  3. For the heating problem picking up a passive heat...

    For the heating problem picking up a passive heat sink (no fan) should drop it by ~20. I only run 2s but from everything I've heard people who run 3s use a heatsink and fan combo. I wouldn't know...
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    I have no idea how you could be breaking the maxx...

    I have no idea how you could be breaking the maxx while on 3s and "taking it easy." I can do back flips 8ft in the air for a full battery charge and nothing breaks. Also the hubs are the only parts...
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    You can "belt" tires on your own with some Kevlar...

    You can "belt" tires on your own with some Kevlar strings and tape. I haven't done it but I have read about it.

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  6. Depends on what you want to do. On road I'd say...

    Depends on what you want to do. On road I'd say requires more upgrades but off road doesn't take much.

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  7. It's hard to go wrong with a nubby tire from pro...

    It's hard to go wrong with a nubby tire from pro line. My only grip is that the new gen rims are a little weaker. If you're able to get just the rubber and are willing to learn how to glue tires I...
  8. I only use the badlands because I live in a sandy...

    I only use the badlands because I live in a sandy area and they get really good traction.

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    Pretty much. Aluminum toe links are also really...

    Pretty much. Aluminum toe links are also really nice because the are adjustable.

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    I had to get steel driveshafts because I would...

    I had to get steel driveshafts because I would chew through the plastic ones. I also got a steel spur gear but thats because I live in a sandy area and the sand would grind up the plastic one. ...
  11. I'd have to say that your servo is bad but first...

    I'd have to say that your servo is bad but first check the steering to see if any parts are broken or cracked.

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  12. Turn down your TSM or turn it off. High chance...

    Turn down your TSM or turn it off. High chance it'll fix it.

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    The maxx as is, is very tough. The only upgrade...

    The maxx as is, is very tough. The only upgrade I needed was a full steel drive train but thats because I'm driving it balls to the wall the whole time. I also drive it on 4s. If you don't have...
  14. I hope they are confusing terms because I...

    I hope they are confusing terms because I consider a aluminum (((toe link))) to be necessary for adjustability. Without it you can't really straighten out the tires. Leaving the (((linkage)))...
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    Diff weight

    What do you guys run for diff weight? I'm looking to get mine running a bit better and to get about 60-65% power to the front on hard acceleration and 40-35% power on the rear. I'm sitting in more...
  16. You're buying a RTR car. If you want something...

    You're buying a RTR car. If you want something that's good out of box get a kit car. Maxx is built perfectly for 3s but its drivetrain is lacking for 4s. Steel driveshafts and aluminum toe links...
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    I just found the sub trim stuff in the link app. ...

    I just found the sub trim stuff in the link app. So I figured it out.

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  18. Aluminum links and servo saver. Once the maxx...

    Aluminum links and servo saver. Once the maxx servo dies I'll be throwing a steel gear one in. I always leave the horn plastic though because you usually get a better fit with plastic because you...
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    Servo readjustment

    Anyone know how to get a servo centered after putting in one on the left side? I moved my servo to the other side because the wire was getting beat up by the motors heat. Since it has a odd number...
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    I can't recommend getting integy for durable...

    I can't recommend getting integy for durable parts. They are notoriously bad. If you want it took look cool then go for it but that much aluminum would only end up being a massive headache...
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    I'll have to get that once it's in stock Sent...

    I'll have to get that once it's in stock

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    Those were sold by TheToyz but I can't find them...

    Those were sold by TheToyz but I can't find them anywhere on the internet except in forums talking about them. It seems like they aren't manufactured anymore. I picked up the Tbone 3 piece kit and...
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    Here's a thingiverse link, I modeled this with a...

    Here's a thingiverse link, I modeled this with a student edition of a CAD software so do not sell these or else I could get in trouble.

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4815160
  24. Here's how I've done it with all of my cars. ...

    Here's how I've done it with all of my cars. Steel for drivetrain, aluminum for steering, and plastic for everything else. A steel drivetrain is very hard to kill. Aluminum is strong and rigid...
  25. After watching your video I'd say to leave it...

    After watching your video I'd say to leave it plastic. I have a track with two jumps that are 3 ft tall and my maxx takes it all day. I've only broken one caster and one hub over a year. I also...
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