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    Thanks! Did you read it somewhere or actually...

    Thanks! Did you read it somewhere or actually count teeth?
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    Diff gear ratio

    Anyone know offhand what the diff ratios are in a stock Slash 4x4?
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    Check all your wires and make sure you have good...

    Check all your wires and make sure you have good connections everywhere, even on your receiver. If all the connections are good, then try reprogramming your esc.
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    +1 on those DS servos. They are probably one of...

    +1 on those DS servos. They are probably one of the most durable servos out there. Fast too. You might want to upgrade your steering linkage to some aluminum pieces like STRC parts.
  5. I race on carpet also and the combo I use is 5k...

    I race on carpet also and the combo I use is 5k to 10k in the rear. 30k in the front. and 100k in the center diff. You want to keep the rear diff loose so it will differentiate in the corners( thus...
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    I have had the SC10 shocks on my racing Slash for...

    I have had the SC10 shocks on my racing Slash for several months and they worked very well, but last week I installed the new Traxxas GTR Slash shocks which I bought from a chop shop on ebay. I must...
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    Denatured alcohol or Power Shot electric motor...

    Denatured alcohol or Power Shot electric motor spray works well.
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    I believe they use different bumpers on the rally...

    I believe they use different bumpers on the rally version and you'd have to change them to make it look or work properly. Check the parts list for the two vehicles on this website and you'll see the...
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    Put 30K diff fluid in the front diff and 5K in...

    Put 30K diff fluid in the front diff and 5K in the rear and replace the stock servo saver with one from STRC. Another suggestion is switch to a DS1015 servo. I run this setup on my truck and it will...
  10. You need a strong and fast servo. My favorite is...

    You need a strong and fast servo. My favorite is the DS1015. The Savox servos have good specs, but they are power hogs and don't work well at all with the MMP from Castle! In the beginning at least...
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    Also the esc is programmable and you can take...

    Also the esc is programmable and you can take motor timing out and reduce throttle punch setting to 1 !
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    If you buy a roller, make sure to buy an ultimate...

    If you buy a roller, make sure to buy an ultimate or platinum, so you'll get the upgraded Traxxas aluminum hubs and steering knuckles. With that much breakage, are you doing routine maintenance or...
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    Ebay is full of new and used brushed motors at...

    Ebay is full of new and used brushed motors at bargain prices. Just search 'Trinity motors' !
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    I'm only running a 3800Kv SCT combo, but with a...

    I'm only running a 3800Kv SCT combo, but with a motor that big I'd set it for 70% or more just to preserve the drivetrain.
  15. All 4-pole motors demand more from the batteries,...

    All 4-pole motors demand more from the batteries, so buy a battery with the highest c-rating you can find and at least 5000mah. You said you were racing, right. I've been running a CC 3800 SCT for...
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    Definitely replace the drive shaft. You'd have to...

    Definitely replace the drive shaft. You'd have to ask a moderator about those things that get blocked from a post.
  17. Definitely look into the Castle 3800 SC setup. We...

    Definitely look into the Castle 3800 SC setup. We race with one and it is not only competitive, but it won't break the bank either. Hobbywing would be a good second choice and I don't think Leopard's...
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    Choose the running mode forward/reverse/w brake...

    Choose the running mode forward/reverse/w brake unless you are racing and they don't want you to use reverse. Drag brake depends on your preferences or driving style.Drag brake is how much brake...
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    Don't be discouraged with lipo batteries. You'll...

    Don't be discouraged with lipo batteries. You'll get more run time and more punch with lipos. The other good thing is that you don't have to spend all your time cycling and peaking your cells. If you...
  20. To repair or reinforce the bodies use drywall...

    To repair or reinforce the bodies use drywall joint (mesh) tape and buy a tube of ShoeGoo to glue it with. Shoegoo is available at some hobby shops or even shoe stores and Wallgreens. ShoeGoo is a...
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    Easiest mod yo do is remove the driveshaft cover...

    Easiest mod yo do is remove the driveshaft cover and leave it off. If road debris gets trapped under it, it will bind the shaft and maybe ruin it. Without the cover the little rocks and dirt just get...
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    Right now I'm in the test and tune phase of an...

    Right now I'm in the test and tune phase of an ANZA chassised Slash build and so far the handling has been better, but not as good as I think it should be. Gone is the traction roll (carpet track),...
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    You probably have small stones or debris in the...

    You probably have small stones or debris in the drive shaft tunnel. Usually, I just remove the clear plastic cover and throw it on the shelf. This way if anything gets in near the drive shaft, it...
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    To remove screws with stripped out heads, use a...

    To remove screws with stripped out heads, use a Dremel with a cut-off wheel to grind a slot in the head and then use a screw driver to remove the screw.
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    They are fairly hard, so they last a bit,...

    They are fairly hard, so they last a bit, depending on how coarse the pavement is.
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