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budlack - 2.17.11, 6:06 pm Post #1: | Reply With Quote
I have a Traxxas Stampede.......with the stock Titan 550 12 t motor.
Traxxas told me its not rebuildable, but I don't buy it.....

Anyone ever rebuild one, they are soldered shut, but can I un do it and put new brushes in it...

Thanks anyone???
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Fiero_Man_121 - 2.17.11, 6:32 pm Post #2: | Reply With Quote
nope, they are pretty well sealed, its not like the old day where you could bend the tabs back and dive in, also, the brushes are not like those of rebuildables.

best bet is to buy a new one and break it in. imo a new, broken in, titan will be easily able to hit 35 in a rustler
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rupert - 2.19.11, 5:00 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote
I've done a number of them , but can't seem to source the brushes. I have lots of them "waiting" for brushes.
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trabs36 - 2.19.11, 1:21 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
my slash 2wd with the 550 12t burnout ina week. traxxas sent me a new one but just for grins i tries rebuildin the old one and i couldnt get in the motor to fix it......dont use a plasma cutter. i tried usin one, bad idea
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