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Arrma Voltage Series!

Discussion in 'Voltage' started by Steve, Oct 20, 2017.

  1. Steve

    Steve Well-Known Member

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    I just noticed the Voltage series of trucks from Arrma.
    One noticeable feature is the motor is now ahead of the rear axle, pic below.
    I'm liking the styling, but given the choice, will prob go with a 4X4 Granite or Senton.

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    Thanks for the link, lots of good discussion.
    I wasn't comparing them head to head, I meant for my own inventory, regardless of price.
     
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  4. SParatore

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    Hello,

    I am new to this forum. I recently purchased a Granite Voltage for my son, and he has already snapped 3 differentials. Luckily the part is cheap, but a time consuming repair. Has anybody else experienced that? Is there an upgraded differential from another manufacturer that would fit? I am open to any suggestions. Thanks,
     
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    What part in the diff is breaking?
     
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    The small output shaft that connects to the dogbones.It is shearing off clean from the differential.
     
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    From a brushed motor? Wow!
    Yes on the "time-consuming" repair statement.
    Is this the part that keeps shearing off?

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