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    bucking

    No more bucking! I installed the FOC in my sons 2.5 tmaxx. Big difference. Put some skid plates on too.
    I did try something though and I think it's backfired on me. I also bought a integy servo guard (does traxxas offer one?) and it didn't fit so I decided to use a 2075 I had from a Revo. it doesn't seem to work well, I used the steering horn from the revo that was on the 2079 and screwed the tmaxx turnbuckle in. I also used longer hex bolts to secure the servo to the chassis that went all the way through the top (using nuts to tighten down). Any suggestions? I snap some pictures if it will help

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    ok cool glad to hear the foc went good, as for a servo gaurd ive never used one and no issues, id return that integy if you can and just run without one....
    Traxxas is good, but so are other Manus

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    if you want to run one rc raven makes a good guard i have them one my e-maxx and t-maxx they fit good. one of them has a good sized gouge in the aluminum so i assume it saved my servo.
    3.3 t-maxx, O.S. .18TM t-maxx, HV brushless e-maxx

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    Get the traxxas servo saver #1844. Works perfectly and comes with 2 extra inserts so that it can fit after market servos
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