The Nova RC guys sent over a few of their expertly machined T-Maxx parts for review, and as you can see, they look really sharp. The pic makes them look like chrome, but the parts actually have a natural satin finish that looks very “works.” All the parts start out as solid 6061-T6 billet, with the exception of the head, which is a harder 7075-T6 alloy to resist rollover damage (it’s 80% stronger than 6061 heads, says Nova). We’ll install the parts on a T-Maxx 3.3 for review soon and give you the lowdown in RC Car Action.
Apr 09, 2008 No Comments
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