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    A contribution to the E-revo vs Savage discussion

    So Ive been driving my E-revo with 6s for a while. A couple of diffs has broken, and a motor too hot. My friend has a savage flux, driving with 4s but was going for 6s the other day for the first time. With a stock transmission in the Savage it took under 5 minutes on 6s before it was in pieces. Lots of teeths lying around in the bottom of the transmisson from broken gears. +1 for the e-revo transmission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnyen View Post
    So Ive been driving my E-revo with 6s for a while. A couple of diffs has broken, and a motor too hot. My friend has a savage flux, driving with 4s but was going for 6s the other day for the first time. With a stock transmission in the Savage it took under 5 minutes on 6s before it was in pieces. Lots of teeths lying around in the bottom of the transmisson from broken gears. +1 for the e-revo transmission.
    The E-Revo/Summit/E-Maxx transmission is a very strong component. Safe to say it's Traxxas' strongest driveline part..
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    You guys should know that this kind of thread traxxas vs others is not allowed.

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    Sorry I didnt know.. and Why not. This is only positive for traxxas.
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    If you read the forum rules you will understand why this type of thread is not allowes.
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