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    Center diff

    How many of you guys are running a center diff ? I am thinking of installing one in my e-slayer with a 2200. Just wondering if it will hold up ? I mostly run on a tight small back yard track on 3s.

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    I have one and really like it. It let up setup the rear brake so you can hit the brake hard coming into a corner with out locking the front wheels. I really don't how it would hold up on an e-slayer
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    I have one, but don't know how it handles with out it. I bought mine used and it came with it. You also need to buy a rear break kit if you have the center diff. On a baseball field dirt I can control it alot better than my revo when I'm sliding.
    Revo 2.5r, Slayer Pro 4x4 Picco .26 max.

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    I am running electric I am not interested in a rear brake. Not yet anyway more interested at how it will haul out of the corner. Also wondering if I will be giving up traction when coming up on a jump and punching it.
    Thanks for the replies guys.

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    I did notice when running mine that from a dead stop and then full throttle when it leaned back the front tires spun like crazy.
    Revo 2.5r, Slayer Pro 4x4 Picco .26 max.

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