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Old 03-25-2007, 12:46 PM
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Is the e-savage the most surable in the 1/10 or 1/12 scale if not what is the most durable truck on the market.
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Most durable? A Stampede. They are a simple design,very easy to work on. Granted its RWD, but so what?
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is the stampede more reliable than the e-savage i am looking for something that i won't always need 2 fix
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e-maxx...
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Old 03-26-2007, 02:57 AM
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stampede,ive flogged the guts out of mine,and all with hot wind motors.
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So it sounds like the rustler or the e-maxx are the toughest.is the rustler the old one or should i go with the newer model?
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The new Stampedes and Rustlers are great trucks. What are you looking for? If its just to bash around the back yard and such, look at the Stampede. The higher ground clearance is what makes it better for that.
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depends on what you're trying to do bash or race...i assume based on the question you wanna bash

stampede is better suited for this than a rustler imo because it has higher ground clearance and can take higher jumps without bottoming out...also you could put a bl in it and it'll be crazy fast

e-maxx is a nice truck it's 4wd so it'll be easier to drive, and has great ground clearance+ 2spd tranny so

i'd say between those 2...depending on your budget
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THANNX 4 ALL THE RESPONSES...
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e-savage outdoes the e-maxx in reliability and durability.

the e-savage drivetrain is overbuilt for the stock motors, the e-maxx's isnt.

I have an old stampede but ive never really beat on the truck....just played around with it.
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e-savage for me.
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STAMPEDE!!!!!!!
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Old 04-15-2007, 03:50 PM
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depending on what you want, i have to say hands down the e-maxx or stampede. if you want to simply bash around and want cheap, the new XL-5 stampede is the best thing ever. i love pedes and have been a diehard pede fan for 5 years. the emaxx is more expensive but can do a lot more
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