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Old 12-27-2008, 12:38 PM
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have e maxx for daughter.wondering input on e savage for back yard?heard they are faster stock than e maxx
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im sure there 100% tougher than the maxx also
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I have owned both trucks in question here.

My opinion is the current e-savage that is already out is a decent truck. It's just a smaller version of the nitro savage and pretty tough as well. It's definitely smaller than the current E-maxx and a tad slower as well.


I would pick the newer emaxx. I think it is an all around better package.

Now if you wanna spend some coin and wait a little longer I would go with the new yet to be in stock Flux Savage. It's the same size as the current savage x with a brushless system installed. The truck is STUPID powerful and crazy fast out of the box.

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Absolutely, If you can wait for the new Flux Savage thats the way to go
If not the new E-maxx is a great truck as well, its drive train is supposed to handle the biggest brushless systems.
The New E-maxx stock out of the box is somewhat satisfying too on 14.4 volts. On 16.8 volts it just might make you happy.........
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Savage Flux HP

Can't wait for this product to hit the shelves.It should be a show stopper.
Brushless,6 cell lipo capable ESC 25v ( two 3 cell lipo ) all metal gear tranny, savage xl machined diff gears, savage xl heavy duty dogbones. All its gonna need is a streched Chassis and offset wheels for racing. Cause standing backflips aren't gonna help when your racin'
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Originally Posted by brentmorl
im sure there 100% tougher than the maxx also
Obviously you have never read up on the E-Savy they are so weak
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always raced nitro.my daughters standard e maxx is pretty tuff!she hits the fence to back flip it and jumps things pretty high.we have ran it about a good 8 hrs and no breakage.i thought about e-revo for me.
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whattt..the e-savvy is #1 compared to the maxx.. i have owned both the emaxx would blow shock towers and drive shafts all the time, my e-savy i jumped off a 13 foot roof onto pavement, and landed on the side of the tires,, nothing broken, i never had to replace anything on the savy,
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