The only problem with putting a Traxxas ez-start on a savage is the fuel tank is in the same place as the starter would fit. You would have to move the tank away from the engine by changing the tank mountings. You could probably fit some from another model or just fabricate your own. The only problem with doing this is that the body shell then wouldn't sit over the tank very well.Is it possible to run an traxxas ez start on a savage? It's an older savage with a 21 bb but I'll probably throw a 4.6 on it in the future. Thanks!
Like I said bud, this is just my take on it, looked at this idea about a year ago now and asked myself the same question. Yes I would like it but do I really need it, No.Could not of said & come round to the same conclusion like wise my friend!
Like you say if mill is running true then no real hassle using rota start!
I would rather have a rotostart on my big block engines, either tiger drive or HPI units work really well for me, and as stated above if using an onboard start system you are still going to provide it with some sort of battery to make it all work....I’m looking for a starter system for my big red .21 just like this one in the video