Is the T-Maxx a good truck for me??

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  1. Overdrive789

    Overdrive789 New Member

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    hey,

    I was wonderin wat you all thought about the t-maxx. I have a electric stadium truck, and I had a gas overdrive st. I have lots of experience with R/C. Is this a good truck for me?

    Thanks for lookin.
  2. mastmec

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    Do you like 4-wheel drive monster trucks that will go anywhere and can race and beat anyother monster truck (different kind) on the track? Then YES.
  3. Starguard

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    How about snow? Will it run well in the snow?
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    If you set it up so that water can't get into the electronics.
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    monsterrcbuilder04 Active Member

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    u can get skis for the front and snow tires for the back.only $69.99 or just the skis for$44.99.on ebay
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    hell ya but savage 25 is better basher etc but for race it's t-maxx
  7. rockn82

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    The most I will say is FOLLOW THE BREAK IN TO THE EXACT LETTER. Pretend I have said that about a thousand times and make sure you do it. Or you will have a Tmaxx for a month or two.
    FOLLOW THE BREAK IN TO THE EXACT LETTER
    FOLLOW THE BREAK IN TO THE EXACT LETTER...
  8. rstaubach_12

    rstaubach_12 Member

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    I've had my T-Maxx for 3 years now and love it. I would recommend it to anyone. Although the Savage comes set up more for hard bashing you can do some minor cheap upgrades to the T-Maxx and it will be just as strong. I have 2 friends that run Savage's and my T-Maxx can run around with them all day long. The advantage is that the T-Maxx can also run on a track a lot better especially with some minor tweaks to the suspension.

    My vote would be for the T-Maxx
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