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    How do I know? 3906 or 3905?

    Found a E-Maxx at my lhs. I'm not sure which it is. It appears to be in excellent shape. Is it worth $180 if it is a 3906?

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    The 3905 has grey chassis and shocks i believe. If it is the 3906 i would say it worths 180 dollars if its in great shape and includes everything needed to run it excluding batteries and charger.

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    Yes, the new emaxx (3905) has a grey chassis and shocks, and also drivelines with blue seals on them. I would say that it would be worth it for a starter truck but not if you want to upgrade soon. I have a 3906 with a 7.5 hv pro in it that is just ripping it to bits, and sometimes i can't find the upgraded part in the 3906 but i can in the 3905.

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    3905 has a different chassis, bulks, diffs, tranny, chassis braces.

    Take a look in the Gallery on top of this forum. You should be able to see some noticeable differences.
    Emaxx- truggy/CD conversion...

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    Look at the exploded views.
    15" WB HCR Mutant-Maxx Castle UE FLM 3906

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    It's a 3905. Should I pull the trigger?

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    For $180 ?!?! If it is NIB yes.
    E-Maxx Neu1515 1y/MGM 5s

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    Yeah, not bad price for a used RTR also. I've seen rollers go for $150-200.
    Emaxx- truggy/CD conversion...

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    do it! do it! do it! you will not be dissapointed!!!
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    $180 for a RTR (used, even) is outstanding.

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