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Old 05-17-2009, 10:38 PM   #1
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Default What Truggy has the best drivetrain to handle brushless?

Hey guys I want to convert a truggy to brushless so I can use mechanical brakes. I want to know which truggy from your experience has the most bulletproof drivetrain with tons of gearing options for high speed runs, and bashing. I have no where to race, but I am coming around to think truggies make better bashers then monster trucks.

I have heard the MBX5T is very durable, but what else is out there that you feel is rock solid? Thanks a ton.
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Old 05-18-2009, 03:55 AM   #2
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Hey guys I want to convert a truggy to brushless so I can use mechanical brakes. I want to know which truggy from your experience has the most bulletproof drivetrain with tons of gearing options for high speed runs, and bashing. I have no where to race, but I am coming around to think truggies make better bashers then monster trucks.

I have heard the MBX5T is very durable, but what else is out there that you feel is rock solid? Thanks a ton.
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Xray is probably pretty durable...ST-RR is bullet proof BUT you have to have the diffs shimmed very accurately
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