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E revo brushless 1/8 vs MT4 G3

Old 08-03-2013, 05:27 PM
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Default E revo brushless 1/8 vs MT4 G3

Which one would you pick and why.
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Old 08-03-2013, 05:31 PM
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e revo, i have heard that the mt4 g3 has problems with bending aluminum components, i do have local parts support for traxxas which is the main reason though, support the lhs when i can.
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Old 08-03-2013, 05:32 PM
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MT4 all day long. The bending parts are if you bash the hell out of the truck and that can be resolved with a DIY chassis brace. I have an MT4-G3 and a converted electric Revo and the MT4 gets my vote.
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Anyone that's owned both will always go the MT4. MT4 is probably one of the toughest bashers available.
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It kinda depends they both have week points I have a bullet proof erevo but I had to put a lot into it to get there like lst2 diffs, lst2 Cvds, rpm arms, and a bunch of other small parts. But now it can handle anything now the only problem is nobody has come out with a tire that doesn't explode. I've gorilla taped and it fails after a while the best tires I've found are truggy tires like caliber VTRs it's what I'm using now
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