I was bashing my new VXL mini slash today in the street, doing speed runs, and I noticed that the suspension pitches around a lot in the corners, leading to many flips. I'm going to be roadracing it tomorrow (parkinglot race, should be good for the unlimited mini class), and in leiu of stiffer springs, I think a revo-style adjustable swaybar would be a good product to market. not just for those of us bashing mini slashes, those of us who would get the mini revo and race it could definitely use the adjustability. looking at the shock mount I can already see a way to work out a sway bar for the rear, although the motor may get in the way a bit. having the rear sway bar held down by the body would solve the issue of clearance with the motor, though. for the front, just a standard revo-style sway bar, tied to the black piece of plastic that holds the shocks down would work a treat. anyone have any thoughts on this?