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Oh no... guess this is why they didn't re-release the emaxx. 4S though. I can't get a good handle on the dimensions. Is that t-maxx sized or stampede sized or somewhere in the middle? Would have been helpful if they showed it next to a revo or maxx or something more people have vs just the x-maxx. I've only seen an xmaxx in person a couple of times at the LHS.

Plastic axles... almost looks like plastic hex's too. God I hope not.
 
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Oh no... guess this is why they didn't re-release the emaxx. 4S though. I can't get a good handle on the dimensions. Is that t-maxx sized or stampede sized or somewhere in the middle? Would have been helpful if they showed it next to a revo or maxx or something more people have vs just the x-maxx. I've only seen an xmaxx in person a couple of times at the LHS.

Plastic axles... almost looks like plastic hex's too. God I hope not.
Aparantly 3 mm longter than the emaxx
 

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Aparantly 3 mm longter than the emaxx
Thanks. Didn't catch that. Although, has been a decade since I had a t-maxx, so can't really remember it's size either. lol! All 3 of my revo's are 3.3 size, so they are longer I think, which still makes this a revo sized truck, or close to it. Just odd that they stopped at 4S with it. Would have made more sense to make it 4s/6s and have steel axles like the revo 2.0.
 
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