T-Maxx 3.3????

Old 01-13-2008, 10:16 AM
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Originally Posted by dieseldog20
the revo is not the best thing in the world.. i have done alot of research about the revo and the revo has its down falls bad. the arms were the shock attach to the car wear out and break fast from the jumping and bashing it takes. i have had my t-maxx for a couple years and i have bashed it crashed it i put my truch through more crap and torcher than a racer does in 15 mins on a track. and i havent broken hardly anything. the most i have spent on a broken part was a lower control arm and a motor mount. everyting on my truck is stock but the motor. your t-maxx will be very suitable for a first time racer and even make it a better racer as experiance increases.
I don't recall anyone ever saying the revo was the best thing in the world, but it is doubtless the best MT off road racer currently available.

Apparently you research was incomplete as you obviously missed the fact that the revo has been the undisputed national champion MT racer since it's release. Nothing else has been able to beat it at the highest levels of competition. You might be able to win with a maxx if you are running on some local track where none of the revo owners can drive, but if you venture beyond that you will quickly find the revo unquestionably owns MT racing.

How many races have you actually won with your maxx?
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