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    Sway Bar

    I'm going to pick up a sway bar kit today for the Slayer. How hard is it to put on? When I swap it to a pro chassis will I have any problems?
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    Easy and nope. The 2.5 chassis and 3.3 chassis difference is that the latter is longer between the tranny/brake and the shock mount.
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    Okay great. I just got back from picking it up. I'll install it tonight (:
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    Is this right? It doesn't seem like it does anything at all
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    Clean it ! Your bearing gonna get stuck and you will be mad ! XD but exept for your link up side down it ok ! .. Put it more down it will be stiffer

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    What do you mean by the link being upside down??
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    But mine is not realy like that the sway bar mount is not the same ... you took the wire ? and but the new braket in? Tell me how to put a pictur and ill show you mine!

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    The round top that you screw in the sway bar should be on top

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    i found how to ! XD


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    View from the top ! .. look at my sway bar mount it not the same has the wire holder ! ... And look how it a clean basher ! hahaha



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    I see what I did wrong. I didn't use the provided swaybar mount haha I used the wire mount Make a photobucket account and upload your photos to that. Then, roll your mouse over the picture and copy the img code then paste it in the upload there (:
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    Mines usually clean!!! (: I just took it to the track earlier this morning and it rained yesterday (: I normally keep my r/c's all nice and clean (:
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    Can you show me your rear? As in the rear of your truck with swaybar. I'm having issues there too
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    At rear its realy easy ! It almost the same has front exepct ! You have to unscrew the bumper not all the way and you will see there a gap to put the sway bar in ! Ill take a picture and send it in a minute

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    I just got done running and doing my fine tuning (sense I just got the truck yesterday) and it works GREAT!!! Only rolled it twice!! (:
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    I just got done running and doing my fine tuning (sense I just got the truck yesterday) and it works GREAT!!! Only rolled it twice!! (:
    Wow, I leave for 5 hours and you buy and install sway bars... I love the sway bars, and judging from you last post, it looks like you're liking them too! (I was at the BYU football game, so that was why I was gone...)
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    I had nothing to do all day but tweak on my Slayer (: Taking it to the track again tomorrow to test the sway bars further. I'm no good at the track but it doesn't stop me from taking it out (:
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    the techno sway bar kit is good.. no drilling required for the rear (amainhobbies has them)

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