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Old 04-11-2009, 09:58 AM   #1
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i have a old t-maxx with a o.s .18 engine and it has been sitting in my shed for about a year lol

the problems are that the transmission is shot and it need new servos
does anyone know how much it would cost to fix it? and also is it bad that the engine was in a shed for a year? i live in jersey so during the winter it gets cold
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Old 04-11-2009, 10:30 AM   #2
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i have a old t-maxx with a o.s .18 engine and it has been sitting in my shed for about a year lol

the problems are that the transmission is shot and it need new servos
does anyone know how much it would cost to fix it? and also is it bad that the engine was in a shed for a year? i live in jersey so during the winter it gets cold
Probably not worth it except the engine, you can use it for another car...but reviving a maxx will slowly cost you time and money...it's my experience...imho if you want a maxx...get at least 2.5 maxx...or 3.3 with longer wheelbase...
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oo true i have a o.s cvr .18 (i think thats what it is) can that engine be used in my Ntc3?
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