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    Hi all, I'm selling this Slayvo build on...

    Hi all, I'm selling this Slayvo build on ebay....
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/130747506531?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
    Sorry the original thread build doesn't still have the...
  2. Well, I might build one later from a Pede, but...

    Well, I might build one later from a Pede, but for now I went ahead and ordered the Losi SCB. The class may never take off at my local track... but they look like alot of fun. Love the scale...
  3. Would this project work: Traxxas SC buggy

    What do you guys think about this project: I was thinking about getting a Losi SCB body, and putting it on the narrow stampede chassis to make a runner for the SC buggy class. I like the...
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    To adjust the camber without a gauge, assimulate...

    To adjust the camber without a gauge, assimulate a side-load on the truck by pushing on it. (imagine the truck cornering hard). And adjust the camber to where the tread would do the most good...
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    Sticky: Yeah, he's changed a few things like...

    Yeah, he's changed a few things like Manufacturers. The setup ideas listed here are still sound and will get you in the right ballpark. I TQ's last Sat against Hyper10s, a Jammin, and a couple...
  6. Its a good combo that works on the track well. ...

    Its a good combo that works on the track well. I hear Tekin is coming out with 4-pole SC4X motors that are killing the competition in testing. Anyone know when these are supposed to hit the...
  7. I run my 5.5 with the RX8. Slight overkill, but...

    I run my 5.5 with the RX8. Slight overkill, but can run the RX8 without a fan. I think you might have overheating problems if you tried running it with the RSpro.
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    The E-Slayvo is a good build. Have fun. Don't...

    The E-Slayvo is a good build. Have fun. Don't forget to order the frt/rear driveshafts too.
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    I don't really know, but I'll give it a shot. Try to shorten your pressure line to 5 or 6 inches?
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    Very sorry for your loss Kinyocase. I think...

    Very sorry for your loss Kinyocase. I think your Mom will be grinning though as she watches you and your family enjoy your passion for RC on your homemade track.
  11. I found that shoo goo on the threads keeps the...

    I found that shoo goo on the threads keeps the shock screws from backing out.
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    Sticky: One of the best improvements I made to the Slash...

    One of the best improvements I made to the Slash 4X4 was the aluminum rear hub carriers for a total of 4 degree toe-in. That will help it stay glued to the track.
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    I'd say the rollcage works!! Pretty scarey from...

    I'd say the rollcage works!! Pretty scarey from inside one of those. haha.
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    Thats awesome. Consider that the diff oil is a...

    Thats awesome. Consider that the diff oil is a tradeoff between grip and slip/rotation, and you can get it to handle just how you want. My setup was closer to yours before I changed it lighter. ...
  15. Yeah, we love the carnage. Can't wait to hear...

    Yeah, we love the carnage. Can't wait to hear how you get out of the plate glass window mishap.
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    I enjoy racing the Slash 4X4, and do pretty good...

    I enjoy racing the Slash 4X4, and do pretty good with it. I like to run it pretty hard and it'll take it. I qualified 2nd out of 3 trucks last raceday, in this video BEHIND an Ofna Hyper 10, and...
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    Normal. I've noticed that tight cog too. 1/4...

    Normal. I've noticed that tight cog too. 1/4 turn out like you did is prolly perfect as long as it still seals. Let us know your thoughts on the diff weights when you get it on the track. I...
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    Ah, I see what you're saying, IN the diff. I...

    Ah, I see what you're saying, IN the diff. I didn't go to the trouble of getting it spotless. I just wiped off the gears and inside case and used a bit lighter oil than I really wanted. The...
  19. Thats what I was thinking. Slipper or adjust the...

    Thats what I was thinking. Slipper or adjust the shift point?
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    I love the Traxxas engineering. The diffs are...

    I love the Traxxas engineering. The diffs are easier to access than most cars. Take off the bumper, disconnect the axles at the outputs, two screws on the top of the housing, 2 screws on the...
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    Sage advise no... but since you said ANY input.....

    Sage advise no... but since you said ANY input.. lol. When I raced truggies, the formula of diff weights I liked was 7-10-3. Or 20-30-5. Or similar variation. For bashing, prolly heavier...
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    It sounds like a fun project, and once you have...

    It sounds like a fun project, and once you have it put together, you and jr will feel a great sense of accomplishment. Study the exploded diagrams under products\downloads, ask alot of questions...
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    Apply a thin coat of shoo goo, press in drywall...

    Apply a thin coat of shoo goo, press in drywall screen tape, and after dry apply another shoo goo coat.... AND TRY TO BREAK IT. :lol:
    http://members.cox.net/bugbiteracing/br1.jpg
  24. How can you add more toe to the rear of the Slash?`

    How can you add more toe to the rear of the Slash?
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    Yes. It might take new bearings for the side to...

    Yes. It might take new bearings for the side to side, or shims for the in and out. But as long as it's never exceeded about 180 temp, it should still be strong.
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