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Proline Baja Body For MAXX™, REVO®, and Savage

Old 02-15-2007, 02:52 PM
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Old 02-15-2007, 02:53 PM
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The true spirit of desert racing and desert fun lives on with the release of Pro-Line's new Baja design. Flared fenders, creative engine detail, and super fun styling make it a favorite amongst both younger and older generations.

The Baja thrives on the harshest conditions. And, looks good at the same time. Unlike other Baja's on the market, Pro-Line's features extreme engine detail, giving it that authentic Baja look. Other features include an add on wing (3237-00 only), wing hardware, side dams, detailed decal sheet, and super-tough .060 lexan.

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I like this body. I'll be getting one for sure.
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Old 02-25-2007, 12:10 PM
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I like the look of this body, but I see a couple of issues for Savage use. Firstly, there's pull-start issues. Then there's fuel tank access issues. And glow start access problems.

Unless of course you remove the shell each time you need to start or re-fuel.
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Wonder how it'd fit on a 3.3?
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Originally Posted by Horatio
I like the look of this body, but I see a couple of issues for Savage use. Firstly, there's pull-start issues. Then there's fuel tank access issues. And glow start access problems.

Unless of course you remove the shell each time you need to start or re-fuel.
Upgrade to brushless

Nice body!
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Old 02-25-2007, 09:15 PM
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Upgrade to brushless???? That body looks killer, bug bodies allways seem to look just..well..so cool. Looks like it would work fine with a revo 3.3 w/butter start. But I could see issues with the savage at getting at stuff. Pulling the body off for refuels and starts might be worth it because it would look alot cooler than the plain ol' truck bodies. I'm ordering one, it'll look kik arse lowered muggy style with a proline wing.
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WOW, that thing's sweet, definitely gonna have to get one when I get my Revo.

I think they have a seperate 3.3 body for the t-maxx and revo 3.3's, but I'm not sure.
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I like it but dont like the chrome engine in the back.
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Old 03-07-2007, 09:04 AM
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Originally Posted by BigSushi
Upgrade to brushless
Yeah, I will.......on my Heli

As for MT's - well, let's just say I prefer my machines to breathe fire and sound the part.

I don't mind if my heli sounds like a dentist drill - but my Savage? I don't think so!! Besides, fuel stops are all part of the fun.
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Old 03-07-2007, 09:05 AM
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My first RC car had an injection moulded ABS Baja body. It was a Tamiya Sand Scorcher.

This body reminds me of it.

How about Metallic blue sparkle and chrome? Yeah baby! Gotta luv it!
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Has anybody actually put one of these on an E-maxx? Got pix? Great looking body shell, no matter what.
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