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Old 03-25-2009, 02:29 PM   #1
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i have a nitro rustler and revo 3.3. im upgrading the revo 3.3 to the picco maxx .26. its supposed to be a direct replacement. i took the old 3.3 and put it in the rustler, extremely easy conversion, direct fit. runs great and is fun. but my question is will a picco maxx .26 fit in the rustler? i know it would be too much power but im just wondering if its possible. it would just be a fun combination. leave the jato in the dust if it worked
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i have a nitro rustler and revo 3.3. im upgrading the revo 3.3 to the picco maxx .26. its supposed to be a direct replacement. i took the old 3.3 and put it in the rustler, extremely easy conversion, direct fit. runs great and is fun. but my question is will a picco maxx .26 fit in the rustler? i know it would be too much power but im just wondering if its possible. it would just be a fun combination. leave the jato in the dust if it worked
The picco is a .26. .21+ are big block engines and will not fit small blocks.
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