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  1. #1
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    Yes sir - I do beleive we have a REAL 4x4 slash

    Thoes who guessed a 4x4 slash were right :P

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    Funny I was going to go race a new SC 2wd MOD class next year, but not anymore since this is out. I will get this to race instead.

    Only other 4wd SC truck I know of coming out is Ofna's buggy version. But that has 3 diffs. This only has 2.
    Marbeth Racing

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    awesome! except i cant see the slash4x4 page
    Slash 1/10/VXL
    Slash 1/16/VXL/2S
    for sale.

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    awesome! except i cant see the slash4x4 page -___-
    Slash 1/10/VXL
    Slash 1/16/VXL/2S
    for sale.

  5. #5
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    Brushless, sealed dif, 2.4, MMM drop in ready.
    Slash, Slash 4x4, T-Maxx 3.3, E-Maxx

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    I'm ready to buy it!!! How much? When is it available? I'm Guessing December or January.

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    The next questions is............................:when can we get it ??
    what is the price ??
    A lot of Traxxas cars

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demian
    The next questions is............................:when can we get it ??
    what is the price ??
    I called the local Hobby Town here and the guy was clueless .. I asked if he knew how much the 4wd Slash was going to be .. hes like, Thats not a Slash its the Slayer .. then I had to tell him it just came out today .. he still didnt know after asking someone .. Im intrested in a price as well because i was looking at getting the 2wd ... ( ive been out of RC for a long long time ... Last cars I had were a RC10 , RC12 and Tamiya Blackfoot )

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    Quote Originally Posted by zgavin
    I called the local Hobby Town here and the guy was clueless .. I asked if he knew how much the 4wd Slash was going to be .. hes like, Thats not a Slash its the Slayer .. then I had to tell him it just came out today .. he still didnt know after asking someone .. Im intrested in a price as well because i was looking at getting the 2wd ... ( ive been out of RC for a long long time ... Last cars I had were a RC10 , RC12 and Tamiya Blackfoot )
    Not much of a shock, they cant keep up with every new item released. I doubt every shop owner was waiting at the computer to see what was released today.

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    just after u built ur slayer telnets

    i really like this truck looks tough fast and single battery means cheap.
    unfortunately looks like barely any parts will transfer.
    rtr slash 4x4
    2s lipo
    some other rc stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by spikeitaudi
    Funny I was going to go race a new SC 2wd MOD class next year, but not anymore since this is out. I will get this to race instead.

    Only other 4wd SC truck I know of coming out is Ofna's buggy version. But that has 3 diffs. This only has 2.

    An optional center diff is available. It replaces the slipper clutch at the rear.
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  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang
    An optional center diff is available. It replaces the slipper clutch at the rear.
    WHAT!?!?!? so no slipper if u have that diff? isnt that harder on the driveline?

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    no usually cd vehicles don't run slippers. Truggies and Buggies don't
    Use your Keyboard, OMG sounds Girly

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    I would think that a slipper is not needed as much with a center differential. The power is sent to the the front/rear with less traction.

    -Brett
    4wd Sportmaxx 3.3
    E-Revo - Mamba Monster - Neu 4s

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    Haha Bandit, its ok, mines built a lot differently then the one above, and i still enjoyed the project none the less :P

    Im actualy really... REALLY eager to buy a 4x4 slash now and compare the 2 on the track and how each of them handle.. :P i think it would be a really neat comparison between the new 4x4 slash, a e-slayer conversion, and a whatever i have now (e-revo turned e-slayer) conversion and see how each of them differ from eachother

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