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    My (LHS) gave me the latest Traxxas catalog yesterday, and there was no Emaxx to be found its' glossy pages of illustrated manly goodness...I cried. America, will never be fully "Great Again" without the availability of the Traxxas Emaxx.
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    It is sad, but life will go on.
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    I have a never used, (opened box) brushed 3905 with NIB pair aluminium TRX Bulks and NIB 8pk of aluminium Big Bores....

    I think the new Rustler 4x4 VXL is what I'm wanting instead.

    IMHO the cool deal would be a new Emaxx with Brushless only version, 4s single pack modified chasis or possibly Traxxas custom sized LiPo since they have their own brand....maybe like a shorty case, 4s..... Perhaps with a new (Castle/Trx) sensored 2200 motor..
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    3905 E-MAXX

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooleocool View Post
    It is sad, but life will go on.
    People say that, but is it really true when a person experiences such a heavy loss?
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    I think it would be great if they took what they learned from the x-maxx and scaled that thing down to emaxx size.

    4 big shocks.
    bulletproof diff.
    Solid bulks.
    Tough arms/axle carriers.

    Get it down to the $400 market with brushless and I'd look at one. The x-maxx is just too much rig for me... but I'd make room on a shelf for a good 1/10th xmaxx running 1/8th driveline/electronics.
    Expert rigging at it's best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by olds97_lss View Post
    I think it would be great if they took what they learned from the x-maxx and scaled that thing down to emaxx size.

    4 big shocks.
    bulletproof diff.
    Solid bulks.
    Tough arms/axle carriers.

    Get it down to the $400 market with brushless and I'd look at one. The x-maxx is just too much rig for me... but I'd make room on a shelf for a good 1/10th xmaxx running 1/8th driveline/electronics.
    Not me. The Emaxx is perfect just the way it is...er...ah...just the way it was. Gosh, what a rotten thing to have happen to such a fun truck. I got to go take a bath...Calgon take me away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReglarGuy View Post
    Not me. The Emaxx is perfect just the way it is...er...ah...just the way it was. Gosh, what a rotten thing to have happen to such a fun truck. I got to go take a bath...Calgon take me away!
    I would like to see the maxx platform continue on if they change the bulk/hinge pin setup so they are captured on both ends by an alloy plate of some sort, and run 4 GTR shocks on it. Almost every RC that exists these days has proper hinge pin blocks on the inside of the pins and captured by an alloy plate/block on the outside end. Why the t-maxx was ever designed the way it was is beyond me. I went through so many bulkheads in my t-maxx days it was laughable. One bad landing and you have to take the entire front or rear apart. Alloy bulks helped, but the pins would deform, then it was a bear getting them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olds97_lss View Post
    I would like to see the maxx platform continue on if they change the bulk/hinge pin setup so they are captured on both ends by an alloy plate of some sort, and run 4 GTR shocks on it. Almost every RC that exists these days has proper hinge pin blocks on the inside of the pins and captured by an alloy plate/block on the outside end. Why the t-maxx was ever designed the way it was is beyond me. I went through so many bulkheads in my t-maxx days it was laughable. One bad landing and you have to take the entire front or rear apart. Alloy bulks helped, but the pins would deform, then it was a bear getting them out.
    Not me. The Emaxx is perfect just the way it...this seems strangely familiar.
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