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Old 06-20-2008, 03:02 PM
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has any one modded their car so they can put in a traxxas ez start system on their engine? would it work?
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If you could make it fit I'm sure it'd work
But, I'd say most people wouldn't do it due to the considerable added weight
Old 06-20-2008, 03:57 PM
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Plus that it may break I have a friend of mine that owns a Traxxas, throw away the darn TRX 3.3 he had and put an Axial and he starting it with a roto start
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it will not be worth it in the long run. it will add to much weight.
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what would break on it? would it fit the way the nitro tc3 engine is set up? i have both cars and was just curious
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well i dont think it could work because the pipe for the ntc3 is right where the ez-start motor would be. i dont think there is space for is anywhere else without a CUSTOM MADE PIPE.

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