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Old 05-06-2007, 01:24 AM   #1
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Are the parts for the Turmoil compatible with the Mayhem? I haven't driven my Mayhem in a long long time. And, now I'm afraid to break it.

Do you know of a good website that sells Mayhem/Turmoil parts.

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The Turmoil, as I understand it, is a very improved Mayhem!

My brother has one of the early Mayhem's and has replaced, with Turmoil parts, everything BUT the chassis.

He did $aid it would have been $marter to ju$t get a Turmoil!!!!

The first, best, parts to replace is the steering. It's a 100% improvment over the Mayhem steering, the Mayhem steering wasn't bad!!!!
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I own a turmoil, and I do believe that most of the parts on the turmoil is compatible with the mayhem. As for parts, I get all my parts from this seller on ebay.
http://stores.ebay.ca/Atomic-Hobbies-n-Games
He has basically ANYTHING you need regarding sportwerks.
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Tmail, thanks for the upgrade tip. That was what I had in mind, too. First I think I need a stronger servo. The stock RTR JR servo is pretty slow.

AN4rk1, that ebay link is great. That's exactly what I was looking for.

Now that I know the Turmoil/Mayhem parts are compatible, I can drive without fear.
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