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  1. #1
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    E-Maxx Broken in Half



    Hucking little jumps and then... Only a couple weeks old... I'm guessing it's normal.
    Last edited by rat107; 05-09-2016 at 02:54 AM.

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    Dang that a little more than a jump. Usually never see the back of the chassis Crack. Always the front. Have a video?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsy18 View Post
    Dang that a little more than a jump. Usually never see the back of the chassis Crack. Always the front. Have a video?
    No video haha.

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    Ouch, I have been playing with Maxxs for years and never broke the chassis. The bulkheads and a arms plenty of times.

    Should be able to get a new one for about 15 bux.

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    Looks like it's time to upgrade, no better time then after she breaks ...
    The smartest person, asks the most questions...

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    I went through 2 chassis until finally upgraded to aluminum. You will need to do the bulk heads eventually too.

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    RPM Bulkheads should keep that from happening again. I have seen it all too often and I have done it 3 times myself. Thank you RPM!
    "RED"

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    Thats a known weakpoint. aftermarket skidplates and bulkheads should help.

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    Integy titanium skids are my favorites. They are hard but a bit flexible. My Maxx jumps 7feet high with these and the original bulkhead (but stiffer suspension). I never broke the chassis or bulkheads.

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