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Thread: Fast Crawler


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    Fast Crawler

    Im not all that interested in crawling, but like the looks of them. Does anyone know if I can make a fast crawler (as fast as an emaxx) Also along with how, could you give me a platform (TXT-1 Clodbuster... ect.) that I should run this on. Thanks,
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    RE: Fast Crawler

    you can make them fast just by adding different gearing. The problem is though, that they are very tipsy at fast speeds.

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    RE: Fast Crawler

    That is the exact reason I was posting & selling(my idea) my 'Trail Maxx'. It isn't cheap for the short on cash crowd, but my spooled, brushless, four shock Trail Maxx crawls well and scoots fast with wheelies in first and second. And over half hour run times. Not tippy crawling or going fast.
    My P2 Maxx and Blazer SST are going to be sitting a lot... []
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    RE: Fast Crawler

    I would say TXT-1.
    With the center tranny you can have one brushless motor for the speed you want.

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    RE: Fast Crawler

    hey where are you in VA im in centreville, and if you want a fast crawler im guessing your not gonna crawl with it so you could stiffen up the springs and shocks along with a swaybar and it would still look cool like a crawler but not have so much body roll in it.
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    RE: Fast Crawler

    Twin Force...
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    RE: Fast Crawler

    the twin force is as much of a crawler as a Savage.....but i like MAXXacellterion's idea, but it doe seem expensive.......

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    RE: Fast Crawler

    Txt-1
    Emaxx tranny
    Brushless
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