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Thread: Traxxas parts on a axial?

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    Question Traxxas parts on a axial?

    what parts from a T-Maxx could work on a Axial Scorpion?
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    What parts are you trying to use? shocks might but most bolts might not be the right size. You could mod the trans maybe?

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    ok, so it looks like it'll be a Traxxas project. I'm thinking about doing a T-Emaxx conversion, to electric. A friend of mine wants to get it out of his garage, so if it's free. what the hell. my wife wants a ERevo, so maybe some thing like one could be a slow project. And if it stays Nitro, then it'll be a tmaxx with a erevo body on it. or if some one has a emaxx that thier willing to trade off,or has stuff to convert it to a Emaxx or maybe sell the nitro parts.
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    You might want to price the whole project first. There are too many thing that need to change to make a e-maxx. The tran.. would be the most IMO. The t-maxx has a centrifusion transmission, and the e-maxx is selected chanel. Does the motor run at all?

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    I have no idea. it came in pieces. with 2 nitro motors and a motor with no piston. it looks like the whole truck is there just in pieces.
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    I saw site were a guy converted a tmaxx to ep. There is a kit to make the transmission a one way trans for racing pretty much eliminates the centrifugal clutch. Also he suggested the single speed conversion. After that its finding the right pinion and making a motor mount. Ill try to find the site that has all the details.

    Ha that didnt take long. http://www.how2rc.com/The%20T%20MAXX...c%20Power.html
    My bad didnt realise how old this post is. Well maybe it will help someone who is contemplating this same idea
    Last edited by slim_chance; 12-31-2012 at 10:01 PM. Reason: added ino

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