|08-21-2007, 03:57 PM||#11|
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Traxxas Revo 3.3 - Back-To-Back
ROAR Monster Truck National Champion!
The Traxxas Revo 3.3 defends its title as the ROAR Monster Truck National Champion! The majority of the thirty plus monster truck racers competing for the championship piloted Traxxas Revo 3.3’s in their quest for the prestigious title. Congratulations to Tim Roberts for winning the 2007 ROAR Monster Truck National Championship with his TRX 3.3 Racing Engine powered Revo 3.3. Traxxas 33% Top Fuel provided consistent tuning and superior power to Tim’s Revo 3.3 throughout qualifying and the long 45 minute A-Main. Congratulations also go out to; Mike Battaile, Scott Beiswinger, Ross Denny, JJ Turk, Mark Kobisk, Trevor Johnson, Bobby Tillman, and Derek Guidry for placing their Revo 3.3’s into the A-Main.
This win marks the fifth monster truck national championship for Revo and the third straight for the TRX 3.3 powered Revo 3.3:
2004 R/C Pro Series National Champion
2005 R/C Pro Series National Champion
2006 ROAR Monster Truck National Champion
2006 R/C Pro Series National Champion
2007 ROAR Monster Truck National Champion
Thank you to all of the Revo 3.3 drivers who made the trip to the 2007 ROAR Truck National Championships at the Farm II in Charlotte, North Carolina.
New Jammin Protype Truggy
some details of the new X2 CRT...
Longer chassis (lengthed behind the engine)
New Gearing (buggy size spurs)
New 16mm Shocks
Low Profile body (bodies from the nationals are still prototype, so
things might be changed here and there).
new Weight distribution in the chassis:
engine moved toward center line and foward
radio equipment box moved foward and closer to center line
center diff assembly moved foward
molded special pat. pending center diff mount
Bigger Dia. wheels & Tires
Not sure if Carbon Towers will be offered in the kit, however might be
Much lighter, my teched at the nats 1-2 oz over the roar limit of 9 lbs
Still has great foward traction despite weight moved foward and longer
Same easy handling CRT, just faster, and lighter!
|08-22-2007, 07:07 AM||#14|
I am: Nathan Stewart
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Ontario Canada
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As if being addicted to Rc isnt bad enough !!
He'll be on that show "Intravention".......................
From the FARM..........His family will show up and take his glow driver, crack pipe and radio away...............then they will all cry.
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