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  1. #1
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    Barely a Slash anymore....

    Finally finished my build.... Not much slash left lol but she's still a slash at heart. Now to see what she does at the track!!!

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    Looks very nice! We now need a video of it running
    Slash Ultimate, ET-3S, 2400, MIP, King Headz, RPM

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. Greatscott's Avatar
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    Looks good!

    Can you give us a list of the parts you used/modified and why?
    Submarine Qualified, Chief Inducted, Navy Retired

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    Video coming right up......



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m59qF...e_gdata_player

    As for parts I'll do a quick rundown but I'm on my phone so I can elaborate more when I'm at a PC.

    Team RCE LCG Chassis
    Proline shocks
    FLM alum center diff case
    Rpm a-arms and rear bumper
    The usual aluminum goodies that come with the slash ultimate
    ST Rracing alum Bellcranks
    ST racing driveshaft
    Savox servo
    Tekin RX8 ESC
    Tekin Pro4 4600kv motor

    I think that's it but might be forgetting something. Tomorrow is track day to test and tune. Can't wait to see how she feels on the track!!!
    Last edited by Slash_Basher; 03-02-2012 at 04:46 PM.

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    Me too, as we will have very identical setups. All except for the motor.

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    Do the motor wires have to be equal length?

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    Very clean work.

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    Slash very clean work and great looking Rig.. I noticed that the soldering you did was very clean.
    There is a product called liquid rubber which you can put a few drops on the solder areas to help
    Protect the solder wires from being exposed. Plus when ever you want to remove the rubber drops
    Just get an exacto knife to cut it off. like to see some more videos. Its awesome to see some creative
    Work..
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    Very Nice. Lets see some track video with a body and a friend filming.

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    That was the plan, but when I looked over to tell one of them to get out there and film it, they were all fixing their broken associated trucks

    Haha, next time I will. Still learning how to drive anyway. This is the rig I'm going to learn on though... I ran her at 60-70% power at the track. Comes off so cool the fan isn't even on.... Really liking this whole combo now!

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