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Alternate Wheels/Tires for Losi MTXL

Discussion in 'Large Scale RC Wheels and Tires' started by JoeyT, Feb 26, 2017.

  1. JoeyT

    JoeyT Member

    Feb 26, 2017
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    I'm looking for an alternative wheel/tire package for my Losi MTXL. The stock set look great and are huge, but it is clear they are just a wee bit too big for the truck and the wobble is robbing it of some power. I'd like to try something a little smaller, perhaps a set that's intended for the Redcat Rampage. Anyone tried this or know what I'll need to make RedCat rims fit?
  2. Bob Bobby

    Bob Bobby New Member

    Mar 28, 2017
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    There is a video on you tube this guy has put smaller tires and rims on his. Looks good and seems to handle okay his name is Kevin Dechambeau look him up
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  3. atom3624

    atom3624 Well-Known Member

    Aug 31, 2009
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    Cold, wet, windy St Helens, U.K.

    That just looks plain wrong!
    The MTXL wheels are great - I have them on my 'X'.

    Agreed, it's your rig, and your call, but for me it just doesn't look right - IMhO!

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  4. Thrasher

    Thrasher Well-Known Member

    Jun 9, 2017
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    I threw the wheels from my Baja on the MTXL. Now that looked stupid. I think what he did in the vid works out really well. So far there just arent a lot of wheels to chose from for the MTXL. It is out of scale. Eventually and if it becomes more popular there might start to be an aftermarket, but so far the selection is very very limited. I would say it is in fact limited to the standard monster clawz that comes with it, and the wheels in this video, whatever they are.

    OP, if you want to stiffen the wheels up some. Have you tried the ducttape trick people use to prevent ballooning? That does seem to make it a little less 'bouncy'.