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  1. #1
    RC Racer
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    My first upgrades

    since the 4x4 is so durable, i decided to stick with the tires, i have put on my 1/8th scale adapters on it with some racing spike/big blocks, in the mail for me are 2 pairs of the new sling shot paddle tires http://www.prolineracing.com/product...ls-451-84.htmland then i ordered a new body since my old slash body was ripping apart, i ordered the slayer hardcore since the lexan is .60 thick

    snow and sand will be blasted through once i get my sling shots on all four corners
    HCM racing class 5 class 10
    TRAXXAS SLASH 2WD

  2. #2
    RC Champion
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    I really hope you post up a vid of the paddles on all 4. That is what I am going to do after I see some rims on other peoples trucks. I will mainly be using them in sand though, it hardly ever snows here. Man, 4wd paddles in sand..... I can't wait.
    ****** out Rustler
    Slash 4x4 gettin' close

  3. #3
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    u might want to look at a better servo for paddles on all corners to, i imagine they would be hard to turn.
    rtr slash 4x4
    2s lipo
    some other rc stuff

  4. #4
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    Just ordered me up some sling shots too!
    ****** out Rustler
    Slash 4x4 gettin' close

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit
    u might want to look at a better servo for paddles on all corners to, i imagine they would be hard to turn.
    maybe when stopped, but as soon as it's moving, you will be fine

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