Type: Posts; User: kazuaki
Great deal on a dialed truck. Let's make a deal!
Price drop to $450 shipped
I'm selling my SSCLCG Slash 4x4, plus a massive amount of extra parts. The truck works fantastic as it sits right now. I am able to turn lap times with this truck that are nearly identical to my...
You are correct, the red are the softest, then silver, then green.
I'm selling a VXL-3M ESC and 4000kv motor. This was the stock power system in my Mini E-Revo VXL. The ESC has a Deans power connector, but otherwise it is all original. Works perfectly. $50 firm,...
I believe those were the original CVD's that MIP designed for this truck before they "upgraded" the design to the current X-Duty model.
Any details on the battery strap? Where can it be purchaeed and how did you mount it? Thanks
To the guys that have the new chassis (either SSC or TRCE), how much weight was added to the truck?
Can you get some close-up pics of the motor mount area? How do you adjust the gear mesh? Does it look like it will be a pain? I'm ready to buy, but having a hard time deciding...
Here's the site:
Have about 9 sets in stock.
Yeah it looks like STRC is reusing the ones they made for the 2wd for the rear of our trucks. None out there for the fronts yet though.
The outside ones that screw into (and back out of) the arms.
Aren't those just for the 2wd Slash?
Has anybody found an outer hingepin with a locknut or some other way of keeping the hingepins from backing out? I keep having issues with them loosening up. I know Lunsford makes a titanium set with...
If anyone needs this info, HPI 86094 is a perfect fit.
I know the stock crosspins won't work. Somebody had posted some others they found that worked, but this was on the old forum. I think the set screws are M4 size (I don't have my CVD's yet to...
I know that some guys using the MIP x-duty CVD's have chosen to use a threaded cross pin (like the stock driveshafts use) to connect on the diff side. This is in place of the dual set screws that...
Actually, some regenerative braking can occur. This was discussed at length last year on RC-Monster. Here is an informative post from Patrick del Castillo, head of Castle Creations. Note he refers...
Not a big deal, but the shock mounting "posts" are intended to go the other way. You thread the M4 bolt in from the back of the tower and leave it installed, so you just have to remove...
:p Just playing with you rcracingzone. The Slash 4x4 technically does not have a transmission. Hence, you can't break it.
I can guarantee you will NEVER break a transmission on a Slash 4x4!!! :D
Castle specifically says that you CAN shorten the motor wires on the 2650 motor. It is stated on their website and in the owners manual.
Yep, you don't want paddles on all 4 wheels. I ran paddles in the rear and bowties in the front. I would have preferred the Trencher or Switch, but they weren't available at the time. An...