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Old 10-27-2006, 04:46 PM   #1
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i was wondering what engine would fit on my maximum st. it would need to have a long crankshaft for all the gears + stuff. if i get any of these motors what would i need to upgrade on my maximum st soo something won't mess up? oh and also tell me if any of the motors suck from experience like from tuning performance etc amd tell me of other good motors that i could use. here are the choices. i don't want to spend over 150 bux.

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXGEE4

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXXF90

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ttt please help!!!
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o.s are nice.
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wow that helps out alot^^
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The OS is probably the most relaible, easiest to tune motor out of those 3. I don't think you can get any upgrades for the max ST, do they even make that truck any more? To tell you the truth I would get a new truck something higher quality. I used to have a Max ST and it must have been the worst truck I've ever owned, sorry.
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The OS is probably the most relaible, easiest to tune motor out of those 3. I don't think you can get any upgrades for the max ST, do they even make that truck any more? To tell you the truth I would get a new truck something higher quality. I used to have a Max ST and it must have been the worst truck I've ever owned, sorry.
yea a lot of people say to just sell it and get another car but i really want to use it as a back up. i think you just had a bad experience with urs because mine is awesome. i just want to upgrade it for now. oh and btw towerhobbies makes a good amount of upgrades for the maximum st.
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