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    Integy Shocks

    Will these work on the 4x4 Slash.
    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...%3C%2FB%3Eblue

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    Yes buy they will probably leak after a while.
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    i saw the name of this thread, and the first thing that came through my head was NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    Paul
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    thanks maybe the prolines??????????
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    i'd go big bores.
    whats the problem with the shocks you have???
    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeattleSlasher
    i saw the name of this thread, and the first thing that came through my head was NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    same here/stay away from that compny.just got my pro line shocks tday.wow awsome shocks.worth the money.big bore never did me wrong either.

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    JUNK!!!!, Go get the Proline Powerstroke Shocks, I did and they are so much bettter then the Big Bores it's like night and day. The performance of the powerstokes is awesome and just sell your big bores on ebay like i did. I liked the performance so much I bought a set for my Rustler VXL, I know they are a little pricey, but after you run them you will wonder why you didn't buy them sooner. You can find them on ebay for $38.00/pair compared to Proline or Tower who wants $49.99/pair.

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    Big bores with Losi shocks.
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    get some big bores and losi springs the best combo for the money
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    my suggestion for aftermarket shocks would be to order the threaded shocks that STRC makes. they are uluminum and all but they also cost $50 cheaper than the prolines and are just as expensive as the big bores. Amainhobbies.com has all of the STRC slash 4x4 stuff in stock and for cheaper than STRC's webiste. You should check it out when you have time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlash4x4
    Big bores with Losi shocks.
    i hope you mean losi springs or that wouldnt make sense
    Paul
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    I recently got the big bores. HUGE improvement over the stockers.

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    been using their piggybacks a while no leak so far, good improvements over the stock plastic shock.

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    I have Integy Piggybacks on my Velineon Sandrail and have put them on my Slash 4x4 and havent had any leaks or issues, I also have Big Bores.

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    if they dont leak its still a decent amount of weight at the highest point possible...which to me just seems bad...i like these shocks for MT's but thats about it....

    btw i dont know a whole lot but i think the t-maxx shocks are the same size asmgt shocks and they sell resorvoirs for the mgt at newera....so if (not sure) the big bores have the same size cap as the t-maxx shocks then you could use the newera mgt caps on some big bores for a decent piggyback setup
    Last edited by street; 02-28-2010 at 11:39 PM.

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    just to let those guys know that bought the proline shocks are going to be out of luck because if you mess up the internals you pretty much done unless you buy a new one... proline hasnt released any of the internals...

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