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    Thumbs up Slayer and Slash video

    i Just reebuilt the shocks on my slash and it handles like new.
    This is just messing around , and i stopped recording because my phone was dying.:
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    I broke the left rear arm and replaced both, thats when i noticed both pins broken in half.
    Traxxas Slash 2wd and Thunder Tiger Tomahawk Vx

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    sounds like that slayer is to lean in the high end if you ask me. thats why it makes that weird noise
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    I posted on the slayer forum and they said its rich. Ill tell my friend since the slash is mine.
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    it seemed rich on the low end, but lean on the high end. this could possibly be caused by the low speed needle being open to far and the high speed needle not far enough. best way to verify is start at the high end and work from there. temps at glow plug directly after a high speed pass should be above 220 but below 265. mine ran best around 240-250 but i usually ran around 230-240 to be safe.
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