Hello everyone! This is my first post here so bare with me. I've had a few RC's in my childhood and some are still around but this new bright dodge monster truck is the most recent addition to my collection. For a new bright I have to admit it's a decent little rig, no idea on the scale but I'd say its 1:6 maybe? Anyways I got it at goodwill on the cheap threw an EZ Tech 9.6v I had lying around in it and gave it a go, drives and runs pretty good for what it is. It has proper springs with decent articulation front and rear although the front tires rub on the front springs I'm not to worried about it as the front springs are pretty stiff. What surprised me is that on the rear axle it has a high and low gear range switch, never seen a new bright truck with one so its surprised me, also has a proper diff as well. Now down to the matter at hand, when I took it out on its test run I could see it preferred low gear and cruised around nicely and it definitely prefers low gear. Then when I put it in high gear and let it run it didn't do to bad, acceleration was proper slow and you could hear the motor was having to work a fair bit to get up to speed. It got up to a good running pace but that was about it. To me the gearing they put in it seems good enough for some fun trail running but a stronger motor is a big must, so I was wondering if anyone has put a stronger motor into one of these MOA new bright monster trucks and if so what one would you recommend? I want to make this my first proper trail rig and run it till it can't run no more then do a nice hobby grade new bright body build. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated! I'll get some pic's up soon as I can.