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    Pics of my maxx

    Here are pics of my maxx if you guys are curious...

    PIC showing Xtreme Racing Chassis E-Maxx with HV 6.5.

    Gearing 72/13 - NO FANMOD
    Batteries: MAXAMP 4K TQ 14 cells / SPC IB4200 SHV (1.21V + 14 Cells)
    Maximizer Diff Cup and RR Gear -REAR
    Modded Traxxas Diff gear with Nova Diff Cup - FRONT
    T-maxx 3.3 Diff casings
    Proline MIP Front and Rear CVDs
    Robinson Racing 72T DD Slipper kit
    Lunsford Titanium Hinge Pins
    ACNCM Bulks (front and rear)
    RPM Racing , Bulkhead Supports
    RPM Racing , Skidplate covers
    Unlimited Engineering SuperMaxx Ti Center Drive Shafts
    RC Monster Steel Idler
    Gorillamaxx Single Speed Conversion Kit
    Hitec 645MG Steering Servo
    Traxxas Big Bores + 50Wt + Trinity Hvy Duty
    Traxxas Wheelie Bar
    Revo P1 & P3 Pushrods

    http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k6...x/Sidemaxx.jpg

    http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k6...xx/MAXXray.jpg


    Pic showing diff casing with a hair line crack on the left hand side of the casing.. I will be upgrading to Great Assembly cases





    Tell me what you think guys...

    Edited due to image size. Keep posted images 640x480 pixels or smaller. - razer
    Last edited by razer; 10-10-2006 at 07:34 PM.

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    Looks cool! Where's the body ... Hehe.

    PS: Your pictures are too large. I'd resize them or post them as links. 640x480 is the max size they should be. Your's are 800x...
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    cool... what HV is that, and what batteries?
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    Body

    They standard body is tired so wasn't worthwhile uploading them..


    I will go for a crowd pleazer etc...


    Thanks for your thoughts

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    it looks tuff

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    Looks good. That seems to be an original HV4400.
    BP stands for Brushless Powered - LMT1940/7 CF G2R

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    Looks to me like a 6.5 with the 4400 heatsink.
    460, straightpipes, buried throttle, nuff said :D

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    Looks good. How did you get the Revo pushrods to fit? I thought they were too long or something.
    It's a Jeep thing, you wouldn't understand.

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    Hi

    I ordered P1 & P3 sets , can't remember what orientation but they will match size for size with the original items...


    They are more bling than anything else but so far they have withstood cart wheels and 5 ft jumps..

    Cheers

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    oh, 6.5 it is.

    mwe- there is no such thing as an "HV4400 heatsink." All HV-Maxx heatsinks are exactly the same.
    BP stands for Brushless Powered - LMT1940/7 CF G2R

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    oh, i've never seen it on anything but the 4400.
    460, straightpipes, buried throttle, nuff said :D

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    After thoughts

    Well thanks for the compliments guys..



    The truck is almost finished... All I need now are some RPM front and rear heavy duty axle carriers, GA Diff Cases and a Proline Body of some description.. The Truck goes awesome.


    For bashing around its a great truck , in stock form I think the Emaxx is pretty average. I have no doubts that if I had run the truck more often when stock I would have given up due to so many parts breaking. Instead I had it sitting in my room with little or no action over 3 - 4 months and $100s spent in an quest to make it bulletproof..

    To date it isn't quite bullet proof. The Diff Cases definitely have to be aluminium due to the 6.5.. The T-Maxx 3.3 plastic cases cracked...

    It has been an amazing journey.....In conclusion there is no such thing as a cheap conversion to brushless for the maxx.. You spend $270 - $300 on the novak system and suddenly you have to spend another couple of hundy making it reliable.
    Last edited by Kiwi E-Maxx; 10-10-2006 at 10:15 PM.

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    how does the wheelie bar mount?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Maxxer06
    how does the wheelie bar mount?
    It slides over the rear skidplate and hooks on the rear bumper.
    It's a Jeep thing, you wouldn't understand.

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