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Old 12-21-2010, 12:31 PM   #1
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Default how much is a super clean tmaxx 3.3 worth

i'm curious so i dont get ripped off. This is going to be my first traxxas and i hear there good, atleast better then what i got.

any ways its in good condish no dust. only has 8 tanks ran through the motor and some upgraded steel gears new clutch and some other things comes with eazy start ready to go?
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i'm curious so i dont get ripped off. This is going to be my first traxxas and i hear there good, atleast better then what i got.

any ways its in good condish no dust. only has 8 tanks ran through the motor and some upgraded steel gears new clutch and some other things comes with eazy start ready to go?
Tmaxx? Good shape? hmmmmm

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Old 12-21-2010, 01:09 PM   #3
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Honestly imo i wouldnt spend a penny. Traxxas nitros i think dont do much but look good(kinda). Honestly spend the extra money buy a rtr aftershock or lst2 etc savage and have fun. Traxxas nitros break pretty easy when hpi and losi make monster trucks they hardly break.
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Traxxas vehicles aren't too bad, the nice thing about them is parts are very cheap and easy to get. I wouldn't bother with the t-maxx, if you want a traxxas monster truck i'd get the revo instead. The t-maxx is a very old platform which has long been outdated. I wouldn't buy a revo either, but thats me, however if you are going to buy a traxxas monster truck the revo is the version to get.
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how much does a 3.3 rtr motor cost?

question about how much a traxxas s-maxx cost?

http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...ood-shape.html


Really??
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...0-shipped.html

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