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Old 11-20-2008, 07:45 PM
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I like my trucks to look different, do things noone else thinks of doing to them.
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Old 11-21-2008, 10:13 AM
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any1 kno of any other rimz: RPM, ae,losi that will fit on my ext lot of evader owners prob want 2 kno the same thing, also what other bodies will fit this truck

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Old 11-21-2008, 03:17 PM
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Old 11-22-2008, 08:07 PM
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losi and associated bodys will fit as i was told by lhs owner. not sure about bodies....
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ran mine today, nothing broke. another good day of bashing for me

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what's the difference between the normal evader and the ex ones?
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Old 11-25-2008, 08:33 AM
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the new EXT is made from a more flexable material. great for a new driver. less time wrenching, less parts breaking more time driving. motor is a closed endbell 20 turn, perfect for new drivers.

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1) if your antenna tube break at the body, ust use fuel tubing to put the sides back together.
2) when your on/off switch does stay where its put, just use a small body clip and clip it to your shock tower.
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Old 11-28-2008, 11:51 AM
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Duratrax Evader... this one --> http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXAFE4&P=7

Great gift... only ran twice... bunch of spare parts $40.00 + shipping if necessary.
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any1 kno of any other rimz: RPM, ae,losi that will fit on my ext lot of evader owners prob want 2 kno the same thing, also what other bodies will fit this truck
These ??? where answered months ago in the Duratrax Evader thread !!!!

Much was put here so a person wouldn't have to read every post in that thread.

http://www.t3t4webservice.com/Dur1.html

Duratrax ST or EXT (which is a cheaper version of a ST) are based from a Losi XXT.

Losi rims will fit as well as AE T4, EXCEPT the front!! You will need the AE T3 fronts.

Losi XXT and XXXT bodies << with some mods will fit Yes even the JConcepts will fit!
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I'm actually brand new to RC and am considering a Duratrax Evader for my 5 year old son for Christmas just as a started. I've been told it really durable and runs fast enough for him to have fun with. I am going with the new Traxxas Slash. I like both vehicles because they can both be upgraded as our "skills" get better. By the way, I'm 39 and he's 5. I too don't understand people entering a thread and expressing their negative opinions. Its a waste of everyone's time. Best to just ignore their ignorance.
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I'm actually brand new to RC and am considering a Duratrax Evader for my 5 year old son for Christmas just as a started. I've been told it really durable and runs fast enough for him to have fun with. I am going with the new Traxxas Slash. I like both vehicles because they can both be upgraded as our "skills" get better. By the way, I'm 39 and he's 5. I too don't understand people entering a thread and expressing their negative opinions. Its a waste of everyone's time. Best to just ignore their ignorance.
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Duratrax Evader... this one --> http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXAFE4&P=7

Great gift... only ran twice... bunch of spare parts $40.00 + shipping if necessary.
Get both!!! Slash for you and Evader for your boy!!!

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Get both!!! Slash for you and Evader for your boy!!!

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I am planning to get both from my LHS...local support. I am now trying to really decide if I want the Slash electric or the Slayer gas. I have read some really great reviews on the Slash - just a little concerned about lack of speed. Does brushless really add 300 bucks to the cost?
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I am planning to get both from my LHS...local support. I am now trying to really decide if I want the Slash electric or the Slayer gas. I have read some really great reviews on the Slash - just a little concerned about lack of speed. Does brushless really add 300 bucks to the cost?
you can get a novac havoc system and lipo for around 200 for the slash. stock slash racing is big at alot of clubs so look into that first then all u need is a lipo!!
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most losi xxt parts will fit the vader. I do not have one , but had a xxt before my t4 and it was an awesome driving truck seriously drove really well, however my local racing scene went to modified truck and the diff nor tranny would hold that much power so i went to the associated.
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Originally Posted by m40a3 View Post
I am planning to get both from my LHS...local support. I am now trying to really decide if I want the Slash electric or the Slayer gas. I have read some really great reviews on the Slash - just a little concerned about lack of speed. Does brushless really add 300 bucks to the cost?
The slash is a lot f fun out of the box, it is difficult to drive with more power and in my opinion will take away from the fun.
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