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Old 05-04-2003, 03:14 AM
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Default Neutral on a T-maxx 2.5?

Hey, i had this crazy idea/question, which would be for pure amusment....alright....how possible would it be to remove the reverse gear(s) on a T-Maxx so that when you shift it into reverse, instead of going backwards, it just disengages the forward gears? (so you can sit there revving your engine at people)
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Old 05-05-2003, 01:13 AM
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Default Neutral on a T-maxx 2.5?

What's the fun with that? I would rather race down the road at top speed, with engine screamingand people wondering whether an accident is about to take place then to rev my engine at people... why don't you get a car horn, cheaper though
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good one hitler
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Default Neutral on a T-maxx 2.5?

Hey, that's not a bad idea!!

How would you rig a horn?

I would like to scare the pants off my kids and neighbors cat.

How bout getting the Mexican Song Dance (La cucaracha) horn like the old Beattle Bugs had.
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Default Neutral on a T-maxx 2.5?

Simple. Just rig it to say the throttle servo. So everytime you break or accelerate, you'll be providing horn entertainment Better than revving your engine and shortening engine life...
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Default Re: Neutral on a T-maxx 2.5?

Originally posted by Dr. Krass
Hey, i had this crazy idea/question, which would be for pure amusment....alright....how possible would it be to remove the reverse gear(s) on a T-Maxx so that when you shift it into reverse, instead of going backwards, it just disengages the forward gears? (so you can sit there revving your engine at people)
Yeah, I guess that would be a good idea if you don't mind replacing the engine on a regular basis. Reving without any load is bad for the engine.
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