Nice rig ... you mentioned going to a waterproof version of the MMM ... save some coin, take out the board and cover in 2 part epoxy ... that what they use at the factory ... T-Bone bumpers look great on the E-Revo as well
I prefer the fit and the zipper access with Dusty Motors, but I have found they do not repel water anywhere near as well as Outerwears. fill both with water and hold upside down, the water will run out of the Dusty Motors and it will drip very slowly from the outerwear's.
Hey Gio ... you mentioned Gmade shocks and I am sure they are a good product, but look at the 100 mm King of Off Road. I have them on both my scx10's and the 110 mm on my wraith and the rear of my Twin Hammers ... Hands down the best shocks I have every used on a scaler. You also seem to have an appreciation for "good looking" RC's, and those King Shocks look soooooo scale ... check em out ... see you on the trails
If you don't get the results you are looking for, try using external castle 10 amp BEC. Use a receiver bypass harness and power your servo's from the bec not the receiver. This will avoid your receiver not being able to handle a high amp draw and glitching.
T-Bone racing makes a T-Bar for the back bumper ... nice and wide and extremely stable when popping wheelies. Good review and you covered all the negative issues. All in all its an impressive truck, I just don't see the same strength in the plastics like I do in Losi plastics ?
Mine would not wheelie ( out of the box ) until I tightened the slipper clutch, if you are looking for less wheelies, why not loosen the slipper? I am new to RC but kinda thought that is why the clutch is adjustable.