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    I've always done the opposite. Heavier in the...

    I've always done the opposite. Heavier in the rear. I run 50K rear and 30K front Or I run even 50 front & rear. I haven't really noticed much difference but I'm just a backyard Rc'er. I always...
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    On TeamSTRC's website click on "Traxxas Slayer"...

    On TeamSTRC's website click on "Traxxas Slayer" page 3 midway down.
  3. Thread: Shock oil

    by CarGuy7a
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    It all boils down to what form of measurement the...

    It all boils down to what form of measurement the oil thickness is classified as. Cts which is mostly used for diff oil, or SAE weight or wt.

    Here's an interesting read about it....
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    I was going to say next choice is Hyperion...

    I was going to say next choice is Hyperion 720Inet3 duo but it cost more than the Icharger 308 and is 10A less charge rate per channel.

    You could try the regular Hyperion 720Inet3 (I have this...
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    All the STRC outer housings are all backordered....

    All the STRC outer housings are all backordered. Who knows when those will be available. I've been waiting on them myself. Even the Integy ones are backordered not that I really want those just...
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    Most likely hardened steel, that stuff is hard to...

    Most likely hardened steel, that stuff is hard to cut. Drill bits won't even touch it unless they are cobalt or carbide tip drill bits and you pretty much have to order those and they are pretty...
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    The X4 only runs 6A max so if you have lipos that...

    The X4 only runs 6A max so if you have lipos that can be charged at 2C, 6A isn't going to help much. I just bought an icharger 308duo and that thing is insane. Right now I'm running it off my...
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    It doesn't attach to the bulkhead. It hooks over...

    It doesn't attach to the bulkhead. It hooks over the top of the body mount tower 5314 and the screw just goes through the hole that's in it. The threads are actually in part #5411.

    No worries...
  9. I use Bob Dively liquid mask and it works great....

    I use Bob Dively liquid mask and it works great. Do thin coats and don't let it puddle in the corners of the body or it will ruin the paint. I usually apply about 3 coats. Let each coat dry fully. I...
  10. Thread: Slipper

    by CarGuy7a
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    I run one on mine and I don't race. Just general...

    I run one on mine and I don't race. Just general backyard running and I love it. The only thing I didn't like was that it slipped way too much even at 1/2 turn out and it would get hot. What I did to...
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    I guess you could cut it if you really wanted to...

    I guess you could cut it if you really wanted to but it will most likely void the warranty. When I ran the stock trans case I just used gearing to compensate for motor heat. Depending on what motor...
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    He's talking about the RPM bearing carriers. The...

    He's talking about the RPM bearing carriers. The RPM caster blocks are what cause the king pins to bend.

    As far as running an aluminum caster blocks with aluminum bearing carriers. It's absolutely...
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    I run 45wt in all 4 with stock pistons and it...

    I run 45wt in all 4 with stock pistons and it seems to handle well. Changing your piston to less or smaller holes will essentially act like adding thicker oil.
  14. On your rod and turnbuckle ends. You'll see on...

    On your rod and turnbuckle ends. You'll see on one side of them what looks to be a ring around the ball end hole. That is the larger side and that's the side you want the ball to pop out of. I just...
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    Thanks. I think that one is discontinued as well....

    Thanks. I think that one is discontinued as well.



    Not a problem. I know the roto start support for this engine size is pretty limited so I thought I'd share it. One thing I like about the...
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    The 6900mah 2s hardcase from SPC fits also. I...

    The 6900mah 2s hardcase from SPC fits also. I just bought 2 of them. I had to dremel the battery wire slot in the chassis for the large 10 gauge wires though but it wasn't all that bad.
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    They should yes with no load (wheels off the...

    They should yes with no load (wheels off the ground). Also watch to see which one stops first when you let off the throttle. Like Summit Basher said you could have one of your wheels tighter than the...
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    Thanks. Yeah I airbrushed it. I just use the...

    Thanks. Yeah I airbrushed it. I just use the cheap air brush from harbor freight (the metal airbrush). It does pretty good. It shoots the pactra laquer paints perfect. I used the Parma Faskolor water...
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    Rotostart for 3.3

    I recently bought a roto start for my Savage X 4.6 and was looking for a way to use it on my Slayer as well. I know OFNA used to have a backplate for the Traxxas 2.5R but discontinued it before I...
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    Got my SPC lipos in. 2 2s 6900mah and 2 3s...

    Got my SPC lipos in. 2 2s 6900mah and 2 3s 5600mah.

    http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d128/CarGuy7a/ERevo33_zpsea813b74.jpg

    Finished painting the body.
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    You plugged it into the wrong channel on the RX....

    You plugged it into the wrong channel on the RX.

    Like DeRustler said.
    CH1 Steering
    CH2 ESC
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    Keep in mind that wheels made for the Slash are...

    Keep in mind that wheels made for the Slash are 12mm hex and the Slayer uses 14mm hex. You'll need a set of 12mm hexes for 6mm axles for Slash wheels to work on the Slayer.
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    Good deal. Yeah I've heard of setting the toe up...

    Good deal. Yeah I've heard of setting the toe up that way with the camber gauge. Glad to hear you got it straightened out. :thumbup:
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    I've only heard good things about them. Haven't...

    I've only heard good things about them. Haven't heard any buzz about them here lately though. I know Tom (from SPC) used to sell the SMC packs a while back but he stopped carrying them, don't know...
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    Looks like a dead one to me :lol: Haha had to be...

    Looks like a dead one to me :lol: Haha had to be the first one to say it. Never saw one like it. Google it.
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