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  1. #1
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    Proline Xmaxx brute body. Is it worth it?

    Is the proline brute body for Xmaxx worth the buy? Or is there a better body than that one?

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    Totally worth it for me.


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    They still crack but they are much better than the stocker.
    I have 2 one of them was a wty from proline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clubin View Post
    They still crack but they are much better than the stocker.
    I have 2 one of them was a wty from proline.
    Do they tend to pop off easy on hard landings?

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XmaxxBasher1200 View Post
    Do they tend to pop off easy on hard landings?
    Same as stock. So yes. They will


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    For the price, I am not so sure I would buy it again.
    But, I haven't managed to break the one I have yet.

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    They are better but twice as good? Not in my opinion.

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    Well. If their better than the stock bodies, then I may consider getting one

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    Quote Originally Posted by XmaxxBasher1200 View Post
    Well. If their better than the stock bodies, then I may consider getting one
    Iíll just say Iíve had some hard crashes. Iíve never cracked mine. Not doubting at all, however they handle crashes and hold up way better than twice as good as the stock bodies. Mine will conform to a crash, as in bend, but you can manipulate it back the way that it was.


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    I use Brute for jumping and other stunts, and so far it hasn't cracked or anything despite many bad landings. Way more durable than stock.

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    I split mine along the front fender ridge. Drilled 2 small holes at each of the split and it hasn't gotten any bigger. Yes, the body pops off still. I abuse the heck out of mine and it is holding up fine. Sucks that white is the only color though. I only wish I would of bought it when my pretty orange body was still new.

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    so far so good - definitely better looking and fit than [edit] - I just wish they would do different colours


    *Per Traxxas's request, you are not to mention that body due to it being a copy of a copyrighted item.
    Last edited by Double G; 06-11-2020 at 09:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r4nd0m View Post


    *Per Traxxas's request, you are not to mention that body due to it being a copy of a copyrighted item.
    wow I didnt know that - interesting

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