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Old 01-20-2009, 10:30 AM
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i've decided to get two vxl systems for my e-revo. do i need any extra parts to install?
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Old 01-20-2009, 03:25 PM
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I'm surprised no one else has said this, but get the Castle Monster Max and Castle/Neu motor combo. Way more power than 2 VXLs, less money, and less to maintain.

Here's a link to what you really need:
http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...MBO2200&cat=21
Get the 2200kv version for you e-revo.
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+1, steer clear of getting twin VXL's. I have the E-revo as well and have a friend with the two VXL setup, hates it in comparison to the Novak or the MMM combo. It is too heavy, to much to maintain and worry about, and IMO just pointless when you get better performance out of the MMM combo for les money and less headache. About the only thing cool with twin VXL setup is that you can say I have twin brushless in my truck...
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what is the cheapest one with best bang for buck?
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