The alloy parts are almost certainly weighing-down the vehicle, ultimately you'll need a better servo because your T-Maxx is overweight. .
Getting off topic here but, just gotta ask this question.
Fyrstormer, have you ever built or run an all alloy vehicle?
Both my Maxx's are 100% alloy, one weighing in at 10.8 Lbs and the other at 11.0 Lbs. A stock 3908 weighs in at 10 Lbs.
Not a real big weight difference there.
Through all my years of running and building custom R/C's So many people condemn the use of alloy, when most times they themselves have never used it. If they have it's been in very limited applications.
Myself not being a fan of Traxxas servos or the dual setup. If one was inclined to do so the twin 2075's would handle a 100% alloy Maxx with no problem. That being said I would once again recommend the Solar D771 or D772 or the Hitec 7954 or 7955. But any quality servo with the specs of those a fore mentioned servos will work just fine.
Would also like to add that those same servos would be my recommendation for an all plastic Maxx also.
(Last edited by mudbug85603 : 11.18.15 at 11:27 am)
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